BERKELEY COUNTY ENTERS PARTNERSHIP FOR NEW PUBLIC SAFETY SOFTWARE SYSTEM

Berkeley County Government signed a contract with TriTech Software Systems on Thursday, September 28, 2017 for a new public safety software system.
The system includes: a computerized dispatch system, a records management system for Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office and a jail management system for Hill-Finklea Detention Center.
This package includes software and hardware tools to enhance the security of Berkeley County residents and will help improve efficiency of public safety personnel.
This suite replaces legacy systems that were not integrated. The installation, configuration and training for this system will take approximately 12-18 months.
“Berkeley County is focused on making advancements in technology to ensure our citizens are supported with proper public safety tools,” said Berkeley County Supervisor Bill Peagler.
“This is proof that, as Berkeley County continues to grow, our employees are improving our tools to meet the needs.”
“TriTech applauds Berkeley County on their progressive vision for delivering the best in public safety capability for this rapidly growing community,” said TriTech CEO Tony Eales.
“Our partnership with the County will enhance response times for critical law enforcement, fire, and EMS services to the citizens and continue to evolve with technology focused on responsiveness and safety."
"TriTech’s Inform integrated public safety suite with computer-aided dispatch, field-based reporting, records management, jail management, analytics and intelligence is designed to meet the county’s immediate and evolving needs.”