|By Business Wire||
|August 27, 2014 02:02 PM EDT||
Public Safety Corporation, Inc. (PSC) announced today that it signed a contract with Wilson County, NC to provide PSC’s CryWolf® False Alarm Management software and services to help enforce the cities alarm ordinances. PSC, headquartered in Waldorf, Maryland, developed CryWolf, the industry leading false alarm management solution. Currently used to reduce false alarms in more than 500 cities and counties throughout the U.S. and Canada, CryWolf technology and services have helped agencies reduce false alarms, increase fee and fine collections, and streamline false alarm processing.
Through a competitive bidding process, Wilson County overwhelming selected to contract with PSC staff to manage the County’s false alarm program on an outsource basis. PSC has a long successful track record of reducing false alarms in North Carolina—Wilson County is PSC’s 20th client in the state.
CryWolf provides comprehensive functionality to track alarm activations, process invoices, and collect payments related to false alarms. CryWolf clients report 40% - 80% or more reductions in false alarms resulting from this technology and service.
About CryWolf and Public Safety Corporation
Public Safety Corporation is a technology and services company focused on state and local government public safety projects and programs. Founded in 1999, PSC’s mission is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of emergency response by public safety personnel. Hundreds of cities, counties, and other municipalities across the United States and Canada use PSC technologies and services to manage and bill alarm system fees, collect false alarm fines, recover public safety costs, and permit or license various events, services, substances and assets. For more information, go to www.crywolf.us.
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