San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force Deploys Case Closed Software™ For Investigation Management

The San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force (HTTF) has announced the deployment of specialized investigation software from Case Closed Software™. The task force, led by Commander Geanie Franco, conducted an exhaustive search for an investigative case management system and chose Case Closed Software for its simplicity, flexibility, and overall value.

The software is expected to enhance the task force’s ability to investigate and prosecute human trafficking cases in the San Diego area.

“We are excited to deploy this new cloud-based software and believe it will be a valuable asset in our fight against human trafficking,” said Commander Franco.

Case Closed Software is a leading provider of investigative case management software for law enforcement agencies. The company’s software is designed to help investigators manage cases more efficiently and effectively, with features such as case tracking, evidence management, and reporting.

Douglas Wood, CEO of Case Closed Software, expressed his pride in adding the San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force (HTTF) to the company’s growing list of clients. “My company focuses on specialized investigation units,” said Mr. Wood, “and we are thrilled to have been chosen by the HTTF for our investigative case management software.”

The San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force is a cooperative effort involving the following agencies:

  • California Department of Justice/Attorney
  • General’s Office (DOJ/AGO)
  • California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR)
  • California Highway Patrol (CHP)
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)
  • National City Police Department (NCPD)
  • San Diego City Attorney’s Office (SDCAO)
  • San Diego District Attorney’s Office (SDCDAO)
  • San Diego County Probation Department (SDCPD)
  • San Diego Sheriff’s Department (SDSD)
  • San Diego Police Department (SDPD)
  • United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of California (USAO)
  • A dozen other agencies including local police, sheriff’s offices, IRS, CIS, and Border Patrol.

For more information about Case Closed Software and its investigative case management software, please visit the company’s website.

Georgia ICAC Task Force Deploys Case Closed Software for Statewide Triage of CyberTips and Investigation Case Management

Atlanta, Georgia – (January 2, 2024) The Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, housed within the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), has announced the deployment of Case Closed Software™ to enhance its efforts in combating online child predators. The investigation software will play a pivotal role in streamlining the handling of CyberTips from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), enabling law enforcement professionals to prioritize and investigate cases with greater precision and effectiveness.

The law enforcement software‘s powerful features provide invaluable support in the fight against child exploitation, ultimately making the community safer for everyone. Key features of the Case Closed Software include:

1. CyberTip Triage: The software allows for the efficient categorization of CyberTips received from NCMEC, ensuring that each tip is promptly reviewed and acted upon.

2. Case Management: It facilitates the seamless organization and tracking of investigations, digital evidence, physical evidence, supplemental reports, and entity management, making it easier for law enforcement agencies to manage their ICAC caseloads.

3. Data Analysis: The software offers advanced analytical tools, which can help identify patterns and connections among cases, aiding in the identification and capture of perpetrators.

4. User-Friendly Interface: Designed with the end user in mind, the software offers an intuitive and user-friendly interface, ensuring that law enforcement personnel can maximize its capabilities without extensive training.

The Georgia ICAC Task Force, under the leadership of GBI Director Chris Hosey, is committed to protecting children from online predators. The adoption of Case Closed Software’s innovative solution will enable the task force to better triage CyberTips from NCMEC, determine any connections across disparate CyberTips, and assign the cases to appropriate investigators and affiliates for investigative management purposes.

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