US Army Criminal Investigation Command Selects A-T Solutions’ Crime Scene Diagramming Tool

  • Our Bureau
  • 01:57 PM, January 14, 2015
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A-T Solutions has won a contract to provide the US Army Criminal Investigation Command with ScenePD Pro, crash and crime scene diagramming tool developed for professional investigators in the field.

“A-T Solutions is extremely pleased to have this opportunity to provide the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command with the tools it needs in the field to capture and secure information about critical incidents,” said Dennis Kelly, president and CEO of A-T Solutions.

A-T Solutions’ ScenePD Pro is an intuitive program that employs a large library of intelligent objects to quickly and accurately diagram complex crime scenes, from illustrating acts of violence to mapping floor areas.

The software is part of A-T Solutions’ award-winning field data collection and incident scene diagramming tools that have been in use by thousands of law enforcement professionals, first responders, homeland security teams and defense forces for more than a decade.

ScenePD Pro will be used by Army CID to support multiple missions, including post-incident diagramming and reporting, preplanning activities, and training. By using the Pro bundle version of this software, the Army CID team will be able to integrate into comprehensive incident scenes additional types of collected data, including GIS capabilities and satellite imagery; Digital evidence, including photos, audio and video and Mobile capabilities that can deploy on Windows mobile, Android and iOS platforms.

Also, the data sharing and reporting capabilities within ScenePD Pro will help the Army CID accurately, securely and efficiently share critical incident information with other Department of Defense investigative services, including the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.


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