The DigitalOnQ system will be deployed at the Corona Police Department by a FileOnQ Customer Success Team. The Team brings vast law enforcement experience in several areas such as evidence management, crime scene investigation, and administration. They provide real-world expertise and hands-on training. The goal of the FileOnQ team is to instill quality, accountability, and professionalism for each agency, not just during implementation, but long into the future. The implementation of DigitalOnQ at Corona Police makes a total of 72 FileOnQ applications installed in the State of California.
Corona Police will implement the DigitalOnQ digital evidence management system (DEMS) from FileOnQ, Inc.
Corona Police Department has chosen to implement the DigitalOnQ system to manage their digital evidence. Located in southern California, the department of 185 sworn officers initially implemented the EvidenceOnQ system in 2006 to manage their physical property and evidence. In 2009, they added the FileOnQ Quartermaster solution to manage their equipment. With ever-increasing digital evidence, the Corona Police Department decided to further expand its software solutions from FileOnQ by adding the DigitalOnQ system. It is fully integrated with EvidenceOnQ, thus providing all their evidence management needs from one convenient place.SEATTLE, WA – March 26, 2020 – FileOnQ Inc., is pleased to announce the
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FileOnQ understands the critical importance of property and evidence management. Even during these uncertain times, our primary goal is to provide law enforcement agencies with the support and tools needed to perform this important job with excellence. If you need to streamline your evidence management – for both physical and digital evidence – please reach out and let us help you. Our evidence experts are available to provide one-on-one consultations and demonstrations of our evidence management solutions.
March 26, 2020
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