Law Enforcement and Corrections
At ASD, we understand that law enforcement doesn’t end with the incarceration of criminals. We have been helping law enforcement agencies safely and efficiently track inmates while effectively using tax payer dollars to improve information collection, processing and transfer among courts, correctional facilities, government managers and the public at large. (PDF Brochure)
Florida Department of Corrections (DOC)
For over 16 years ASD has assisted DOC with projects aimed at improving the efficiency of the department. We implemented a data warehouse that consolidates and houses over 25 years of records from several agencies. The system also eliminates the need for storage on various databases, access in various languages, and housing on many different hardware platforms and operating systems. The system uses analysis services and business intelligence tools to report information in near real time.
Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC)
ASD developed a smart-client application that gives law enforcement officers the ability to enter data on their local machines without the need of internet connectivity. The application is designed to communicate with approved wireless access points to automatically upload data from each officer’s machine to the central repository. Traveling through an access point is enough to establish the data exchange with the central server.
Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)
ASD provides FDLE with project managers along with primary and supplemental staffing for all COBOL and Progeni applications development and maintenance. FDLE’s Criminal History Information, also known as “Rapsheet," was made available to the public via the web. ASD worked with VeriSign to bring an e-commerce solution to include payment with credit cards.
Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC)
The Inmate Movements and Assignments System is designed as a web-based module that was built on a Service-Oriented Architecture. It makes heavy use of AJAX in order to deliver a rich, high-performance user interface to both the central office and the users out in the field. The system provides an invaluable planning tool for purposes ranging from routine inmate movement and reassignment to disaster preparation.