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Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Mobile Communications Law Enforcement Records Management System (LERMS) Automated Field Reporting (AFR) for Law Enforcement

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000587714

Bid Title: Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Mobile Communications Law Enforcement Records Management System (LERMS) Automated Field Reporting (AFR) for Law Enforcement

Agency Bid No. Title: 0019-16

Received Date: 06/02/2016

Close Date: 06/24/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

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Specifications include, but are not limited to:Monroe County, New York, on behalf of the Monroe County Department of Public Safety and the Office of the Sheriff, is seeking Expressions of Interest and Statements of Experience and Qualifications from qualified entities to provide specialized software applications and professional services to successfully implement and maintain an Interoperable Communications Program for MonroeCountysPublicSafetyAnsw e r i n g P o i n t ( P S A P ) a n d t h e S h e r i f f s O f f i c e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s software applications. Monroe County is one of the twenty (20) largest 9-1-1 Call Centers in the country, processing approximately 1.5 million emergency calls for service each year. Monroe County Public Safety, as mandated by County Charter Section C6-18, operates and maintains public safety radio equipment for which the County is responsible. This includes the voice and data communication infrastructure for portable and mobile radios, pagers and mobile data devices to over 1,200 law enforcement officers in 11 agencies; 3,700 firefighters in 38 districts; and 500 emergency medical personnel. Desired State: Monroe County is interested in purchasing Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Law Enforcement Records Management System (LERMS), and Automated Field Reporting (AFR) software systems, along with installation, support, and maintenance. Monroe County plans to implement selected software modules and have the systems operational within eighteen (18) to twenty-four (24) months after installation. Monroe County utilizes standard project management methodology for all implementations, which will be adhered to during the life of the contract. The preferred concept selected by the County will be the one deemed most compatible with long- term needs of Monroe County and its multi-jurisdictional approach to law enforcement and public safety agencies to facilitate the following: Improve customer service to the public. Provide greater information, accuracy, and efficiency for law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical personnel while responding to calls for service. Minimize data handling. Increase public safety personnel productivity and resource management. Provide accurate, up-to-date information from multiple databases and sources for better decision making through seamless integrations of current public safety systems. Provide additional system capacity due to growth or crisis. Maximize information sharing among all participating jurisdictions. Reduce the costs of report preparation and records management. Improve accuracy and utility of information. Develop consistent chain of reporting and analysis. Maximize public safety personnel time in the field

Product Codes: 20857, 92040, 20811, 92031, 92064

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: County of Monroe

State: New York

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Leslie Buck 39 West Main Street, County Office Building, Room 200, Rochester, New York, 14614

Fax: 585-753-1104




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