InformaOne Law Enforcement LCMS now tracking all learning experiences and certifications for Maine’s 6,000 Law Enforcement Officers
San Antonio, TX. – Informa Systems, Inc., a world recognized leader in law enforcement training, tracking, and reporting, announced today that the Maine Criminal Justice Academy has successfully completed the implementation of the Learning Content Management System, InformaOne. “What was particularly impressive was the large number of customizations that Informa Systems’ performed to make the process seamless for our frontline staff” says Eric Parker, Assistant Director and Training Manager of MCJA. “The staff is ecstatic with the results.”
“The challenge for this implementation was the legacy data that had to be imported,” said Mark Connolly, CTO of Informa Systems. “We were very excited with this challenge to make the system work statewide.” The state of Maine is now managing its training records as well as developing and delivering online learning with the InformaOne system, a web-based, unified, flexible training management system. InformaOne is now used for tracking and reporting all training and certification for law enforcement officers, corrections, emergency dispatchers, and game wardens throughout the state of Maine.
Informa Systems adds MCJA to its portfolio of law enforcement client agencies. Among these are Los Angeles Police Department, Austin Police Department, Tarrant County, City of Arlington, and City of Irving. These agencies are now delivering over 5 million online courses to their officers and staff members.
InformaOne delivers a highly automated and secure tracking and reporting system at an affordable cost. Law enforcement professionals and training academies understand the necessity and benefits of full array of training management functionality—including document, course, certification and records and retention management—on one platform. This unified approach yields much greater return on investment (ROI). InformaOne makes it possible to consolidate all documents and training records into a single and flexible online repository.