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Asset Management Software Reports

When it comes to agency procurement, reports are inevitable. They are needed for many purposes, mainly meetings between administration, with council, even in public hearings. And from that standpoint, if you can keep accurate reports on the stuff your agency buys, it leads to the suggestion that you must not keep accurate reports on anything outside your department.

Quartermaster Work | Tracking Agency Money

Having asset management software that tracks the details about your purchases, the funding sources, and shows clear paths of how money is spent helps your agency administration with their roles as executives, and helps your asset manager fulfill the ever-important cost accounting role your agency needs.

In Memory of Officer Charles Henry Edwards Jr.

Officer Edwards, Jr. was a popular officer in Cheyenne, and well-liked by much of the citizens. His death was record in the local newspaper in much the same spirit as he was thought of and remembered, a diligent officer who was brave, strong, and noble.

In Memory of Lieutenant Brian J. Feldt

what sticks out in Lieutenant Feldt’s life is that there wasn’t a moment he wasn’t there for his children. On December 23rd, 2013, we lost a leader. But more importantly, we lost a great father.

In Memory of Constables Robert George Kennedy & John McChristian Bodenheimer

The known history of this incident is secured away, likely in local libraries, and difficult to put together due to sparse resources being available. But these two officers, who lost their lives while working for us, in the blink of an eye, deserve our remembrance now, more than ever.

In Memory of 9/11/2001 Rescue Workers

For us at CaseGuard, September 11th, 2017 has a special place in our hearts: it falls on Monday, our normal publication date for our blog. We take time on this Monday, the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks to honor the thousands of rescue workers who have passed, have been injured, and continue to suffer affliction from the activities of that ever-fateful day.

In Memory of Officer Ernest W Schilke

While we wish we could say this was the last time an officer died under these circumstances, a glance at the Officer Down Memorial Page tells us that officers have died routinely trying to save workers under similar circumstances. We can hope for change, but in remembering Officer Schilke, we should remember to make all commercial properties safe, even when facing catastrophe.

In Memory of Deputy Curtis Alan Felt

Too many times there are people that bring up the idea that police are “paranoid” of all the people around them. But one look at this incident, and you would be hard pressed to find a sane person in this profession who wasn’t overly cautious.

Quartermaster | Developing Kits That Make Work Easier

The more your asset management software can do for your agency, the more time you can spend on critical missions, and not on administrative tasks. And we all know that’s only a matter of time before the next incident that requires all hands-on deck.

In Memory of Police Matron Mary T. Davis

For many years, Matron Davis was documented as the first woman to die in the line of duty. What is certain about Matron Davis’ service, is that after 14 years of doing the job correctly, and without so much as a reprimand, her character was called out loudly after her death. Not only is this a terrible injustice, but we can’t think of any other walk of life where that is a reasonable response in a court of law. Matron Davis didn’t cause a single problem in her 14-year career. It begs the question, where’s the justice in that?