The Story Of Electronic Law Warrants

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With the rising rate of all crimes, it is a slow process going through the traditional law enforcement methods. The ewarrant service system has been a benefit to all the law enforcement agencies to streamline their database and process of many warrants on a real-time basis. Ewarrant can be issued from anywhere to any part digitally connected to facilitate a faster delivery of law enforcement. The fast delivery of such warrants Help Bridge the gap between serving the cases that delay due to more paperwork and the traditional delivery system.

Since these warrants are served electronically, both police officers and the judge can access and communicate more quickly. Anywhere ewarrants were issued by Palatine Technology Group in the year 1998 and were the pioneer to introduce such method that succeeded in collaborating both law enforcement and the judiciary system. Warrants on web not only saved time to issue warrants but also connected many departments located at various places across the country. Ever since the inception of ewarrant, also known as anywhereWARRANT, has been successful in issuing about a million search and arrest warrants. The best part is that a warrant can be issued and accessed remotely via specially encrypted remote servers which also makes them very secure.

The application processing the warrant system is so efficient that it not only reduces the time but also saves a lot of money like delivery charges, stationary charges, etc. The system itself with the savings will justify the cost within months of using it. Furthermore, this system is not relying on traditional emails and faxes as the data is stored on remote servers to easy access and that too only for authorized personnel. As for the judges, this will expedite the hearing processes like first hearing for example. The daily tasks are also very easy to manage via digital signatures and the average tasks requiring physical presence can be carried out via video conference facility. Who would have thought that?

Video conferencing

The implementation of video conference has aided the judicial and law enforcement system in many ways. There are many salient features of such systems as discussed below.

Secure links such as voice over internet protocol (voip) that can accommodate a few remote users into the same conference.

Remote recording features that allow users with privilege to record the audio or video sessions in standard or HD formats.

Judges can have conference video or audio calls with law enforcement agencies and the suspects in question for preliminary talks and save plenty of time.

Law enforcement officers can get warrants sitting in a patrol car, talk with colleagues or seniors via video call or even arrange for remote interviews. The possibilities are endless.

The safety and added security costs of the prisoners being transported is reduced with the advent of video conferencing.

 Collaboration of processes

Ewarrant system is an efficient system connecting many aspects of law enforcement and the judiciary together. A judge can sit in his/her chambers while carrying out hearings on a video conference with all participants like attorneys, convict and other involved parties. This eliminates the usage of time spent in traveling. A prisoner being transported between the courthouse and jail poses as risk of threats like escaping or assaulting. A conference software can eradicate that while the prisoner is being heard from his cell itself.

A recording of the entire hearing process can be recorded electronically in various formats for all future references. The recordings can be in audio or video formats and the options to store them on hard drives or cloud network is always present. The same system can be designed and made available for the use in jails as jail management system.