Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure and Black Creek Integrated Systems Corp. said they have partnered to offer Black Creek´s SallyPort Jail Management System (JMS) as part of Hexagon´s integrated suite of public safety solutions.
Through the partnership, Hexagon will provide SallyPort JMS to law enforcement and corrections agencies in the US and Canada, alongside Hexagon´s Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD), a suite of industry-leading incident management software, and inPURSUIT WebRMS, a cloud-based records management system (RMS).
With seamless integration from CAD to RMS to JMS, the combined solution will facilitate the exchange of critical information within the criminal justice system, such as between patrol, records and detention divisions of municipal and county governments.
Black Creek´s SallyPort JMS is a full-featured, Windows-based, jail management system specifically designed for municipal and county jails. SallyPort JMS accurately maintains inmate records and saves administrative time and costs while meeting or exceeding mandatory reporting requirements.
The global leader in public safety and security, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure (formerly Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure) helps protect 1 in 12 people worldwide. Hexagon´s public safety and security solutions improve the quality, accuracy and availability of critical information, increasing performance and productivity, while reducing the total cost of ownership for mission-critical IT investments.
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure provides mission-critical and business-critical solutions to governments and service providers.
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure is part of Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXAB), a global provider of information technologies that drive quality and productivity improvements across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.
Black Creek Integrated Systems is a turn-key source for modern, touchscreen-based, correctional facility security control systems and security management software solutions that reduce the cost of corrections.