Body Camera Reporting, Auditing Features Push Intrensic to the Forefront

Washington, DC, May 3, 2017 (Newswire) –As Intrensic closes the gap on its development of both a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and a Records Management (RMS) platform, a newly released feature in their Digital Evidence Management System (DEMS) has catapulted them ahead of the competition.

With terabytes of video uploaded to the cloud in only months, the ability to audit a body camera program is essential. While Intrensic has arguably the most detailed audit trail in the business by capturing every file touch down to the IP address, date and time is just not enough.

“We saw the need to create a report that would allow a patrol supervisor or body camera program manager to audit video uploads versus an officer’s number of calls,” said Director of Product Development Kevin AngellAngell said he realized the need for the report when presenting at a national conference to community organizations and special interests groups.

Following that meeting, Angell met with CEO Kevin Mullins and discussed the creation of an Upload Audit Report (UAR). The report would be able to be run by supervisors daily, weekly, monthly or on a customized set of dates. It would include the number of uploads on a specific date and could be exported as a PDF report.

“We knew that with the UAR in hand, a supervisor could call dispatch or run a call log and ensure the integrity of their program by comparing uploads to calls,” said Mullins.  Mullins immediately sent the feature to the development team for research.

The UAR is not the only reporting feature developed during the recent roll-out, but Mullins held his cards close. When pressed Mullins said, “Crime reporting to the FBI, predictive patrolling and grant reporting were as important to us as they were to our clients.”

The Bureau of Justice Assistance (Washington, DC), their Body Worn Camera toolkit and the Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) program provide some additional insight into the future needs of agencies and body-worn camera programs. Angell remarked that he is in a constant “read and research mode” to ensure that Intrensic stays ahead of the curve. “We really hit the ball out of the park this time,” he said. “I am not aware of any other body-worn camera provider with such a report,” he added, referring to the UAR.

Once the CAD and RMS platforms roll out later this year, the UAR will go hand in hand with several other reports, thereby freeing up officers to engage the community and build relationships.

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Intrensic Diversifies Law Enforcement Solutions, Choses Veteran to Lead the Way

Kevin Angell, Director of Product Development
Kevin Angell, Director of Product Development

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As Intrensic closes out a strong first quarter in the Body Worn Camera market with it’s intuitive Digital Evidence Management Platform (DEMS), Mobile Uploading capabilities and Unlimited Storage, their focus shifts slightly to an integrated Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and Records Management System (RMS).

“With the diversification of our solutions comes the need for the leadership of a Veteran and Retired Law Enforcement Officer”, said Intrenisc CEO Kevin Mullins.  He [Mullins] is referring to the appointment of Kevin Angell to the position of Director of Product Management.  Angell will oversee the development and deployment of two new systems slated for an early quarter two roll out along with Intrensic’s UAVs for Public Safety.

“We chose Kevin [Angell] because he has first hand, line level knowledge of police systems with more than a decade of Law Enforcement Service”, remarked Mullins.  Angell, whose twelve years in law enforcement included an assignment as a Major Crimes Detective, will focus on a system that grabs CAD dispatch data and seamlessly syncs it to Intrensic’s Body Worn Camera footage.  “This process will reduce the time officer’s spend coding, tagging and categorizing videos for upload”, said Angell.

The other development Intrensic plans to release in what Mullins called a “Cradle to Grave solution” is an RMS.  Mullins was tight lipped about the integration to their Body Camera solution but said he and Angell traveled to law enforcement agencies across the nation during the first quarter looking at systems and listening to officer’s headaches.  “We want officer’s to be able to focus on community relations while having the most advanced technology available to them”, said AngellAngell continued, saying “The systems out there now are just too time consuming and take away from proactive patrol and community involvement”.  Angell believes that increased communication is paramount and should accompany the deployment of any new program.

Intrensic, it’s staff and their clients welcome Angell to the new position and look forward to the technology releases birthed from his leadership.

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Newsletter: May 9, 2017

May 9,2017


Body Camera Reporting, Auditing Features Push Intrensic to the Forefront

May 5,2017

Washington, DC, May 3, 2017 (Newswire) –As Intrensic closes the gap on its development of both a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and a Records Management (RMS) platform, a newly released feature in their Digital Evidence Management System (DEMS) has catapulted them ahead of the competition.

With terabytes of video uploaded to the cloud in only months, the ability to audit a body camera program is essential. While Intrensic has arguably the most detailed audit trail in the business by capturing every file touch down to the IP address, date and time is just not enough.

“We saw the need to create a report that would allow a patrol supervisor or body camera program manager to audit video uploads versus an officer’s number of calls,” said Director of Product Development Kevin AngellAngell said he realized the need for the report when presenting at a national conference to community organizations and special interests groups.

Following that meeting, Angell met with CEO Kevin Mullins and discussed the creation of an Upload Audit Report (UAR). The report would be able to be run by supervisors daily, weekly, monthly or on a customized set of dates. It would include the number of uploads on a specific date and could be exported as a PDF report.

“We knew that with the UAR in hand, a supervisor could call dispatch or run a call log and ensure the integrity of their program by comparing uploads to calls,” said Mullins.  Mullins immediately sent the feature to the development team for research.

The UAR is not the only reporting feature developed during the recent roll-out, but Mullins held his cards close. When pressed Mullins said, “Crime reporting to the FBI, predictive patrolling and grant reporting were as important to us as they were to our clients.”

The Bureau of Justice Assistance (Washington, DC), their Body Worn Camera toolkit and the Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) program provide some additional insight into the future needs of agencies and body-worn camera programs. Angell remarked that he is in a constant “read and research mode” to ensure that Intrensic stays ahead of the curve. “We really hit the ball out of the park this time,” he said. “I am not aware of any other body-worn camera provider with such a report,” he added, referring to the UAR.

Once the CAD and RMS platforms roll out later this year, the UAR will go hand in hand with several other reports, thereby freeing up officers to engage the community and build relationships.



Copy of Newsletter: May 1, 2017

May 1,2017


Newsletter: May 1, 2017



Intrensic Diversifies Law Enforcement Solutions, Choses Veteran to Lead the Way

April 10,2017
Kevin Angell, Director of Product Development
Kevin Angell, Director of Product Development

Full Press Release

As Intrensic closes out a strong first quarter in the Body Worn Camera market with it’s intuitive Digital Evidence Management Platform (DEMS), Mobile Uploading capabilities and Unlimited Storage, their focus shifts slightly to an integrated Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and Records Management System (RMS).

“With the diversification of our solutions comes the need for the leadership of a Veteran and Retired Law Enforcement Officer”, said Intrenisc CEO Kevin Mullins.  He [Mullins] is referring to the appointment of Kevin Angell to the position of Director of Product Management.  Angell will oversee the development and deployment of two new systems slated for an early quarter two roll out along with Intrensic’s UAVs for Public Safety.

“We chose Kevin [Angell] because he has first hand, line level knowledge of police systems with more than a decade of Law Enforcement Service”, remarked Mullins.  Angell, whose twelve years in law enforcement included an assignment as a Major Crimes Detective, will focus on a system that grabs CAD dispatch data and seamlessly syncs it to Intrensic’s Body Worn Camera footage.  “This process will reduce the time officer’s spend coding, tagging and categorizing videos for upload”, said Angell.

The other development Intrensic plans to release in what Mullins called a “Cradle to Grave solution” is an RMS.  Mullins was tight lipped about the integration to their Body Camera solution but said he and Angell traveled to law enforcement agencies across the nation during the first quarter looking at systems and listening to officer’s headaches.  “We want officer’s to be able to focus on community relations while having the most advanced technology available to them”, said AngellAngell continued, saying “The systems out there now are just too time consuming and take away from proactive patrol and community involvement”.  Angell believes that increased communication is paramount and should accompany the deployment of any new program.

Intrensic, it’s staff and their clients welcome Angell to the new position and look forward to the technology releases birthed from his leadership.