Bishop Paiute Tribal Police announced they have selected RIMS for their CAD/RMS program. Located in Inyo County, California at the base of the Eastern Sierra Mountains, Bishop Paiute tribe is comprised of 2000 tribal members and is a sovereign nation.
The Bishop Paiute Tribal Police join 163 other California law enforcement agencies who trust RIMS as their integrated public safety software provider. Please join us in welcoming Bishop Paiute Tribal Police!
Set foot of the beautiful San Gorgonio and San Jacinto Mountains, the Morongo Indian Reservation spans more than 35,000 acres and overlooks the vistas of the Banning Pass. Established in 1865, the Morongo Indian Reservation was one of nine small reservations created by President Ulysses S. Grant by executive order in 1876.
Today, the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, a sovereign nation, is served by 40 members of the law enforcement and public safety department serving over a thousand tribal members and thousands of daily visitors to the tribal lands and businesses.
We are delighted to announce the beginning of a new relationship with the University of California Riverside Police Department. UC Riverside PD serves 3500 faculty/administrative staff positions and over 20,000 students. Rated one of the most ethnically and economically diverse universities in the United States, UC Riverside was established in 1954 and provides 81 majors and 52 minors degrees, 48 master’s degrees, and 42 Ph.D. programs.
RIMS now serves 6 of the 10 University of California police departments.
Software applications include Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD)/Records Management System (RMS), e911, State Switch (CLETS), In Station and Mobile Mapping, Property Room, iRIMS – Law, and Training Information Management System (TIMS)
Data Conversion from Tritech VisionAir
On-Site Dispatcher and Officer Training