|By Business Wire||
|July 25, 2014 12:50 PM EDT||
CODY Systems (www.codysystems.com), a nationwide leader in public-safety software and information-sharing solutions, is top Diamond Sponsor of the 50th Annual FBI National Academy Associates National Conference in Philadelphia, PA July 26-29.
The FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. is a non-profit, international organization that provides expert education, information, and training to over 18,000 senior law enforcement professionals. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the conference and CODY Systems has generously donated $50,000 to support the 2014 FBINAA Conference as it is hosted by the Eastern Pennsylvania FBINAA Chapter, the region where the CODY offices are located.
“We have built a very close relationship with the FBINAA family over the years, and we are proud to support this organization at this level,” said President, Fran Heffner. “We salute the Eastern PA Chapter Committee and the FBINAA Executive Board for their exceptional leadership and look forward to a great conference!”
Mrs. Heffner will welcome the FBINAA delegates during the Opening Ceremonies and CODY’s Maggie Riker, will be singing the National Anthem to usher in the conference. click to hear Maggie sing God Bless America at an FBINAA Retrainer!
CODY’s Booth #109 will be open during exhibit hours on Sunday, July 27th and Monday, July 28th to provide demos of their RMS/CAD public-safety software, the COBRA.net information-sharing solution, and the CODY Dashboard for advanced analysis, resource allocation, and investigations.
CODY will also be raffling off two Philadelphia-themed baskets from the Pennsylvania General Store and offering booth visitors a chance to win a Buffalo Bill Cody Tribute Remington Revolver by America Remembers.
ABOUT CODY SYSTEMS
CODY Systems (www.codysystems.com), provides data-driven solutions to government, public safety, law enforcement, homeland security and intelligence agencies of all sizes. Our solutions include Desktop RMS, Express RMS/CAD and Field Reporting, Cloud / Hosted RMS, investigations, corrections, etc., as well as the COBRA.net data integration and exchange platform, which provides real-time, cross-system information with single sign-on capabilities.
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