Services for implementing the Security Strengthening Project in Jamaica are required
Information & Communication Technology Services
IDB ProjectJA-L1074 : Security Strengthening Project
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The Government of Jamaica through the Ministry of National Security (MNS) is implementing the Security Strengthening Project (SSP) which is comprised of the following three (3) components:
- Violent crime prevention and management;
- Improving investigative capabilities for homicides and;
- Change Management and Communications.
Therefore, The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) requires a Station Records Management System to receive, manage and maintain incidents reported via various points of input.
- The capture of incidents, observations and concerns addressed to policemen on patrol or outside of the station or police facilities
- Capture reports, incidents and concerns expressed by citizens in any police station or facility
- Manage and track assessments, investigations and analysis of incidents not identified as criminal investigation cases
- Report and provide statistics on incidents, resolutions and citizen interactions with the police station or police not in station
- Allow assignment of incidents for review, authentication, analysis or investigation as needed
- Implementation of special processes, procedures or handling for vulnerable citizens or police taking reports under circumstances that make them “vulnerable”
- Management reporting and analysis of incidents and the process for managing them
The Station Records Management Solution is expected to deliver the following benefits:
- Organizing incident information for retrieval when needed
- Protecting information that is essential to business operations
- Reducing the time and effort required to reconstruct vital information in the event of disaster, theft, and other losses
- Reducing labor requirements for the creation, organization, retrieval and dissemination of recorded information
- Minimizing storage requirements for a given quantity of records