Many agencies contract inmate medical care or use a separate medical records system. InCustody creates inmate accounts in CorEMR including transferring photo information.
Correctional Care Solutions
InCustody creates inmate accounts in Correct Care Solutions including transferring photo information saving officer hours.
Improve data accuracy and reduce time entering duplicate information into livescan devices. From RIMS RMS or InCustody, transfer person demographics and arrest information quickly and seamlessly to Crossmatch AFIS/Livescan devices.
Want to decrease booking times? Using the E-Seek driver license and identification card reader, InCustody can quickly populate inmate, visitor and other information just with the swipe of a card. Integrated with RIMS State Switch? InCustody also launches NCIC and state queries.
Models currently supported include M-250 and M-260 readers.
InCustody transfers inmate information to ICS including booking information, photos, classification information, cell location, court information, disciplinary information, and release information to ICS.
JusticeXchange is a secure web portal that provides access to an instant, up-to-date database of current and historical booking information including biographical information, charges, and photographs of offenders.
InCustody supports a database interface to JusticeXchange to access these records.
Improve data accuracy and reduce time entering duplicate information into livescan devices. From RIMS RMS or InCustody, transfer person demographics and arrest information quickly and seamlessly to L-1 Identify Solutions AFIS/Livescan devices.
N-DEx complements other well-known FBI systems, such as the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Interstate Identification Index (III), and Next Generation Identification (NGI) providing critical information to the criminal justice community. Information not contained in those systems, i.e., incident and case reports, full Department of Justice (DOJ) case files, and corrections data, is available in N-DEx. The N-DEx system fills information gaps and provides situational awareness. RIMS provides a file export of selected agency records to include person, vehicle, case report, and other information.
The Texas Data Exchange (TDEx) is a system that compiles law enforcement incident records and other non-intelligence criminal justice information into a central state repository for sharing across jurisdictional lines. The information is available through the National Data Exchange (N-DEx) for law enforcement and criminal justice purposes.
The greatest value of TDEx is realized in the wealth of information it brings to criminal investigations. Data pertaining to incidents, suspects, booking and incarceration records, and other criminal justice information is contributed by Texas agencies. Access to this data is provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety (TXDPS) to authorized users at no cost to the local agency.
RIMS provides a file export for agency defined information including person, vehicle, case, and booking records to TDEx.
Improve data accuracy and reduce time entering duplicate information into livescan devices. From RIMS RMS or InCustody, transfer person demographics and arrest information quickly and seamlessly to Thales Cogent AFIS/Livescan devices.
Topaz Systems' LCD pads feature a Topaz electronic signature pad with the added feature of an LCD interactive display, allowing users to see "electronic ink" under the pen tip as they sign as well as navigate and display text and graphics. LCD pads will show the signature on the signature pad, as well as the computer screen.
RIMS uses Topaz signature pads to collect signatures for evidence and property. InCustody collects signatures for: Bookings, Releases, Phone Logs, Inmate Disciplinary Actions, Jail Incident Narratives, Property Release, and Financial transactions.
California Department of Justice Use of Force Incident Reporting (URSUS)
As a feature available to all agencies and included in our RIMS Case and InCustody Jail Incident sections, multiple use-of-force elements can be collected. As part of our program, we export these reports to the California Department of Justice.
VINE provides victims and concerned citizens with inmate location and release information. VINELink can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide the most reliable information for custody status changes and criminal case information.
InCustody provides access to inmate demographics and release information.