The Real-World Benefits how a public safety stake holders are seeing real world measurable benefits after adopting our EvidenceOnQ solution.
"Essentially, we have a time bomb (in the property and evidence room) that is ticking..." Inspector John San Augustin - El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, CO
"FileOnQ was the best fit for us because they gave us the ability customize and taylor a solution to meet our needs not theirs." Director Rich Wara - Contra Costa, PD
"Having the tools to generate any report needed instantly is not only a time-saver but a mission critical part of what we do...” Supervisor Darrell Allen - San Antonio, PD
"We can’t leave the evidence room off to the side... it has to have the same priority as other operations that deal with the emergencies moment by moment.” Chief Ron Noble - McMinnville PD, OR
"It’s a 360-degree model for confidence-building inside and outside the agency,” CALEA Deputy Director - Craig Hartley
"We now have a better understanding of what we have in our property room, and how much evidence we have.” Evidence Tech - Helga Ritter, Sonoma County, CA
"I had four times the volume of evidence normally processed and was done entering it in just a fraction of the time it would have taken using our older program.” Evidence Tech - Hailey Wilder, Taylor County, TX
"We simply did not have a handle on what we had in our property and evidence room. This is the single biggest item that can get police chiefs in deep trouble, or fired" Chief Ken Johnson, Fairview PD, Oregon
"Frustrated with such an unreliable and deficient evidence management system prompted us to seek a new solution." Darrell Allen, Property Room Supervisor, San Antonio
"Prior to purchasing the EvidenceOnQ system at least half of our day, every Monday, was spent bringing in property. Now we get it done in an hour..." Joe Moralli, Property Section Manager; Chico PD, California
"Since going live with EvidenceOnQ, we have purged over 1100 items from our property room." Kara Bennick, Property Section Supervisor; Greenville Department of Public Safety, South Carolina
The worst fear of every evidence manager is that they will inadvertently destroy evidence that is crucial to a case. This article tells what happened in 2006 when that fear became a reality for the Colorado Springs Police Department.
A simple comparison of how EvidenceOnQ impacted the Covina Police Department in California.
"It's not a question of if there will be another multi-agency investigation; it's a question of when and where. Law enforcement needs to get ready for the next one." Detective James Trainum, Hanover County Sheriff's Office, District of Columbia