Log books used for decades will now be replaced with a flexible activity tracker, enabling the Chief to report on any and all types of operational activities. For example, the results of weekly radio system checks can now be recorded in the activity tracker for future reference. Command staff can be immediately notified of any issues with this simple-to-use interface.
Chief Collina made the decision to apply for the EMPG with only two days remaining in the year’s grant cycle, hoping that by acting quickly he would secure the ability to finance the records management product. He was successful in receiving that funding; and, with the help of StationSMARTS, he will be able to submit NFIRS reporting for all incidents throughout 2019, increasing his chances of receiving further funding.
As the implementation of StationSmarts progresses, Chief Collina will streamline his department’s rostering and NFIRS submissions, as well as increase his ability to easily track and report on all of his department’s activities. The 21st century looks bright for Melrose, and those at StationSMARTS look forward to helping Chief Collina continue Melrose’s progression into a greater future.