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Thanks to a coordinated effort between the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, Wayne County Chief Executive Office, Wayne County Department of Technology and New World Systems (now Tyler Technologies New World Public Safety), we will soon implement new Jail Management System software.  JMS is designed to help facilitate jail operations and inmate management.  This new system will replace the current inmate management software that has been in place since 1999.  This project is the largest IT implementation in the County since we went live with the current system.  It offers interfaces and integrated technology that are impossible with our current system.  As the Sheriff's personnel becomes accustomed to the new software, this system will increase the efficiency of jail operations, reporting capabilities and reduce liability.  I know what you're thinking, how does this affect me? read more

Thursday, 17 January 2019 21:00

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Before leaving office, former Governor Rick Snyder announced on December 10, 2018 the 49 appointments and reappointments to multiple boards and commissions.

“These individuals are highly dedicated to helping their fellow Michiganders and I thank them for their commitment to serve on these boards and commissions,” Snyder said.

Daniel Pfannes, of Canton, the undersheriff for the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, and previously served as chief of the Westland Police Department, was one of the newest appointees to join the Automobile Theft Prevention Authority Board of Directors.  Along with gaining this appointment, Pfannes comes with high-ranking creditable credentials. He is an advisory board member for the Eastern Michigan University School of Police Staff and Command, an advisory committee member for Schoolcraft College Law Enforcement In-Service Training, a commissioner for the Detroit Crime Commission, and is vice chair of the Wayne County Regional Police Academy Advisory Board. Pfannes also holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial supervision and management from Central Michigan University, and a master’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Detroit. He will represent law enforcement officials and replace Michael McCabe; his term will expire July 1, 2022.

 

 


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