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WENET CASE STUDY: Whatcom Exchange Network (WENET)

Situation Overview
Whatcom County, Washington faces the unique challenge of being located along the international border to Canada. For this reason, it's particularly crucial that data be accessible and shared across the local, county and federal government agencies.

The Challenge
To allow remote, real-time searches across three different systems without compromising security.

Our Solution
Compu-Tech worked collaboratively with the IT Departments of several goverment agencies to establish guidelines for a Web Service that would allow the sharing of information between the local, county and federal levels. A huge sucess, this system even allows deputies who are on the road to log in from their patrol cars and remotely search the complete criminal database - which contains up to 20 years of historical data including mug shots and fingerprints. In an interview with Seattle's King 5 News, Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo remarked, "It's going to arm officers with information and help them do their jobs more efficiently and effectively."

WENET Team
We're In The News!

King 5 News Report
Seattle's King 5 News reporters attended the press conference in Whatcom County. Pictured at right is Compu-Tech's development team along with Whatcom County representatives Ron Peterson, Daniel DeBruin and Art Edge.

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