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GCN JUNE 2015 • GCN.COM 29 time on call,” Hutchinson said. The platform, which works on An- droid and iOS devices, is not Web- based so officers can use it even when they don’t have Internet connections. Additionally, the data they collect re- mains encrypted and containerized on the device whether it’s connected to the Internet or not. Once a user gives the OK to submit the information, it goes to a specified server. Given the nature of the information, security is a top priority. To that end, the product complies with the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services requirements and uses 256-bit encryp- tion and multifactor authentication. “Whether that data is on the smart device or moving to the server or on the server, all of that data is fully en- crypted throughout that entire pro- cess,” SceneDoc CEO Alex Kottoor said. Additionally, photos taken via SceneDoc don’t comingle with other photos taken by a mobile device. “We don’t want the gory homicide picture showing up in the same roll as your kids’ fishing trip last weekend,” Kot- toor said. In its latest iteration, SceneDoc can now manage team-based investiga- tions. “Because the software has the intelligence to know who is in the agency’s structure on the platform, a case leader can arrive at the scene, or be back at the office for that matter, and assign a case to these 33 agents or these 33 officers,” Kottoor said. “At that point, every bit of data collection happening through SceneDoc seam- lessly gets managed through a single case or occurrence number, and then from a reporting perspective, the soft- ware would have the intelligence to bring that all together.” Additionally, the platform accom- modates shared devices because it iso- lates user accounts so that when one person logs in, he or she can’t access what the previous user collected. Pricing for SceneDoc is structured around volume-based subscriptions. The costs include licenses, support, storage and automatic updates when the company releases new versions, which happens about twice a year. Hutchinson said all the officers in his department will have access to SceneDoc in July. He also plans to take advantage of the platform’s abil- ity to integrate with the department’s computer-aided dispatch system, and he said he looks forward to upcom- ing SceneDoc capabilities, such as the ability for police officers to scan driv- er’s licenses. “I wish we would have had some- thing like this years ago,” he said. • “We wanted a platform that could do a lot more than just forms.... We also wanted [officers] to be able to take pictures and do audio or video — anything digital.” – SGT. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, PALM SPRINGS POLICE PHOTOCOURTESYOFPALMSPRINGSBUREAUOFTOURISMSCENEDOC 0615gcn_028-029.indd 29 6/4/15 11:14 AM