DALLAS, March 17, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- COPsync, Inc. (NASDAQ:COYN), which operates the nation's only law enforcement in-car, real-time information sharing and data communication network and the COPsync911™ threat-alert service for schools, government buildings, hospitals and other potentially at-risk facilities, signed its first agency within a major metropolitan area in Texas. The City of Lancaster Independent School District Police Department is the first in Dallas County to join the COPsync communication and information sharing Network.
The COPsync Network connects law enforcement officers and agencies to a common data communications system, which gives officers instant access to actionable, mission-critical data and enables them to share information and communicate in real-time with other officers and agencies, even those hundreds and thousands of miles away.
“With the adoption of the COPsync Network by the Lancaster ISD Police Department, the system has now been implemented in a major metropolitan area. With recent law enforcement officer deaths in mind, we can’t think of a more important application of the COPsync system. The COPsync Network is a cost-effective way for law enforcement agencies to share critical data, such as officer safety alerts, in real-time,” said Ronald A. Woessner, CEO of COPsync.
“With more than 7,300 students enrolled in our high school, middle school and seven elementary schools, Lancaster ISD requires a fast, efficient and effective police response, especially in times of crisis,” said Raymond Dyson, Lancaster ISD Chief of Police. “In light of the advantages presented by the COPsync Network as well as its sterling track record in other agencies throughout the state, we are excited that the Department made the decision to implement it this school year.”
About COPsync, Inc.
COPsync, Inc. (COYN) is a technology company that improves law enforcement communication in a manner that saves officers’ lives and helps them prevent and respond more quickly to crime. Officers have instant access to actionable, mission-critical data, share information, and communicate in real-time with other officers and agencies, even those hundreds and thousands of miles away. The COPsync Network™ also eliminates manual processes and increases officer productivity by enabling officers to write electronic tickets, accident reports, DUI forms, arrest forms and incident and offense reports. COPsync’s threat-alert system, COPsync911™, enables schools, courts, hospitals, and other potentially at-risk facilities to automatically and silently send emergency alerts directly to local law enforcement officers in their patrol cars during a crisis, thereby speeding first responder response times and saving minutes when seconds count. The company also sells VidTac®, a law enforcement software-driven in-vehicle video system. Visit www.copsync.com and www.copsync911.com for more information.
Contact: For COPsync: Ronald A. Woessner Chief Executive Officer 972-865-6192 email@example.com Fred Sommer Senior Consultant Investor Relations Ascendant Partners, LLC. 732-410-9810 firstname.lastname@example.org For Lancaster ISD: Sonya Cole-Hamilton Chief Communications Officer 972-218-1433 972-358-7227 email@example.com