Ind. police get grant for intel-sharing platform
The $20,000 Indiana DEA grant will help the department pilot a software platform to provide real-time surveillance streaming
GOSHEN, Ind. — Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety members Monday authorized the Goshen Police Department’s participation in a new Internet and mobile intelligence-sharing platform being piloted by the state.
According to city attorney Bodie Stegelmann, the Indiana Drug Enforcement Association has offered the Goshen Police Department $20,000 in grant funding to help pilot a new Internet and mobile software platform designed to provide a real time display of live, shared events indexed by location and content.
According to Banjo Inc., the idea behind the new Live Time Intelligence platform is to provide 24/7 insight into unplanned events, such as mass shootings, traffic collisions, fires and school safety across counties and major cities within Indiana.
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