A software system designed by Incode for government & public administration companies.

About InService

INCODE Public Safety System (InService) is the latest software application currently under development. InService will be a modular public safety software system offering easy to use Records Management, Mini-CAD, Power-CAD and Jail Management modules. InService is currently being Beta tested at the Athens, TX Police Department and will be released for all municipalities in the very near future.

INCODE began development of this software in November 1999 with the goal of creating an easy to use, efficient, highly functional and integrated software package for Police Departments. InService’ Record’s Management System will interface with InCourt and the Auto-Cite hand-held citation devices.

InService is written in the Visual Basic 6.0 programming language and utilizes a SQL 7.0 database. InService will also be integrated with Microsoft Word, Map Info, Active Reports, Bar Codes/Scanners, multi media files and some digital cameras.

A Few of InService’ Advanced Features

  • NIBRS/UCR Compliant
  • Arrest/Intake/Booking Reports
  • Warrants
  • Offense/Incident Reports
  • Unlimited Incident Supplements
  • Word Processing
  • Master Name System
  • Master Addresses System
  • Numerous Name Inquiries
  • Unlimited Multi Media
  • Photo Lineups (6 and 8)
  • Arrest/Jail Photos
  • Scars, Marks, Tattoo Searches
  • Master Vehicle File
  • Vehicle Impounds
  • Automatic Warrant Alerts
  • Statistical Reports
  • Traffic Accident Reporting
  • E-911 Interface
  • TLETS Interface
  • Intelligence Files
  • Mail Merge (All Records)
  • Pawn System
  • Jail Management
  • Animal/Bicycle Registrations
  • Domestic Violence
  • Alias/Associate Links
  • Daily Activity Reports
  • Custom Reporting
  • Training Records
  • Budget
  • Scheduling
  • Personnel Files
  • Evidence/Dept. Bar Coding
  • Custom Reports

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