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been recouped many times over in the first six months according to MacPhail. The system has been used over 2,000 times since the first of the year. "Figuring about one of- ficer hour per report the old way, we have saved about $60,000 in staff time alone," MacPhail said. Coplogic has had little negative impact on op- erations. There are a few examples, MacPhail said, though they are minor. DeGorge and the records technicians are expe- riencing an increased workload, though MacPhail said much of that is due to the town's aging RMS, which still needs to be replaced. Once upgraded to a more modern system, it will more easily inte- grate with Coplogic. Some citizens also may not have Internet access or don't want to use a com- puter to report a crime. Those people can fill out- paper reports at headquarters mail them in. The Coplogic program may also be getting a bit of an upgrade. The Coplogic company was recent- ly acquired by LexisNexis, which deploys another program that is popular with police departments, eCrash. The eCrash program is similar to Coplogic, but is installed on tablets or mobile devices used by of- ficers in the field responding to accidents. It can be used to pre-populate line items in incident repots and electronically file crash information from the field. "We give the eCrash program to police depart- ments for free," said Roy Marler, vice president of emerging markets, insurance, for LexisNexis Risk Solutions. "That gives them access to analytics, the ability to lookup the records of people involved in accidents and they can quickly make the report available for sale to interested parties like lawyers and insurance companies. We make a small per- centage of that fee." There is quite a lot of overlap between the two programs. Of the 450 police departments using Coplogic, about half also use eCrash. Marler said the company plans to merge the administration portion of the two programs with a single sign-on interface for a start, making each more efficient overall. Other changes could be on the horizon for both as well, such as adding features found in one to the other wherever it makes sense for their customers. "Our goal is to make it so that police depart- ments can save even more time and money using those programs," Marler said. "And we expect to begin implementing those changes early next year." • GCN NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014 • GCN.COM 31 Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation 1. Publication Title: GCN 2. Publication Number: 0738-4300 3. Filing Date: 09/30/14 4. Frequency of Issue: Monthly except Dec 5. Number of Issues Published Annually: 11 6. Annual Subscription Price: US $125, International $165 7. Complete Mailing Address of Known O ce of Publication: 9201 Oakdale Ave., Ste. 101, Chatsworth, CA 91311 8. 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