Peraton is a leader in the provision and integration of leading edge, complex, mission-enabling public safety systems and solutions that help first responders and critical decision makers communicate and collaborate safely and securely.
We team with public safety agencies to deliver systems engineering and integration expertise in consolidated emergency communication and dispatch systems that incorporate the latest digital communications and information processing technologies.
We are highly experienced at designing, integrating, and optimizing secure, complex wireless networks that meet the real-time, fail-safe needs of public safety and public service agencies. We have served public safety agencies for over 40 years and remain committed to providing safe, secure and reliable solutions to support the first responder community.
First Responder Solutions
Peraton is a leader in the field of public safety systems and solutions and has implemented and maintained systems in some of the largest cities in the world, including Los Angeles, Houston, New York, Philadelphia, Montreal and London.
Our CommandPoint® Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system is a mission-critical command and control system that enables emergency communications center personnel to manage calls, incidents and resources. It provides all relevant information in a feature-rich user interface that supports dispatching operations for public safety agencies, including police, fire and emergency medical services.
Our CommandPoint® CAD is further enriched with a suite of applications that provide a host of additional capabilities for our CAD users. These include ViewPoint mapping, automatic vehicle routing and recommendations, automatic vehicle location, 911Web, CAD to CAD integration and a host of other capabilities. Our command and control application systems support and enable dependable emergency communications services for millions of people worldwide, while continuously evolving to incorporate Next Generation 9-1-1 and other capabilities as they are developed.
Law Enforcement Information Exchange (LInX)
LInX is a regional information sharing system that enables officers and investigators to search data across jurisdictional boundaries to prevent, stop and solve crimes.
LInX has been in production since 2004 and has provided users with a secure, easy to use, web-based user interface that is available on virtually any device with internet access. The system is protected by Department of Defense (DoD) level security protocols, with ownership and control of the data remaining with the agency that supplies it. Over 2,100 law enforcement agencies are using LInX in their daily routines, and more than 43,000 law enforcement professionals have been trained in and are employing LInX to achieve investigative and operational successes.
Together with LInX’s integration with the FBI’s National Data Exchange (N-DEx) information sharing system, law enforcement officers and investigators are now able to access municipal, county, state and federal data from over 7,500 law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. LInX contains over 1.3 billion records. There are currently fourteen geographical regions and 1 region consisting of the law enforcement agencies within the Department of Defense (DoD) known as the Law Enforcement Defense Data Exchange (D-DEx).