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eWarrants allow officers to initiate and complete warrants through their squad car’s computer and send them directly to a judge, who can then review them and approve them from any location. In this way, the time it takes to get a warrant approved can be reduced from hours to minutes – which can be crucial in a situation where a driver is suspected of DUI and needs to be immediately taken for a blood test. The officer may also have a limited window in which to perform the search before the suspect is able to leave or otherwise disappear.
Until recently, the law only allowed magistrates and judges to submit a search warrant for signature in person. This meant that for many warrants, it took an excessive amount of time because magistrates had to handwrite a search warrant and then fax it to the judge for signing, and then to the officer for execution. The proposed legislation would allow magistrates and judges to submit a warrant for signature electronically, which could be done via fax or an electronic means, including a secure cloud platform.
FusionStak’s leadership team includes a dynamic group of professionals with a passion for the public safety, and is committed to bringing innovative solutions to police departments around the country. This commitment to the public is further evidenced by our recent partnership with the National Command and Staff College, where we are launching an online academy that offers advanced training at discounted prices to all FusionStak users. electronic warrants