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Fusion Center Intelligence & Operational Software

For public safety professionals, by public safety professionals.

The current vision of information and intelligence sharing was born following the publication of the 9-11 Commission Report.  The report identified the hazards of siloing intelligence and the need for change.  Fusion centers were established to enable state, local, and tribal law enforcement to establish better communication with federal agencies.  Today there are 80 fusion centers in the network who work closely with federal agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  First established to combat international terrorism, the fusion center focus now includes domestic terrorism, cyber threats, transnational crime, and domestic crime.

Funding Challenges

Fusion centers are owned by state and local agencies.  As funding sources diminish, Kaseware is mindful that many parent agencies are forced to make hard choices.  Federal funding sources are available through federal grants but fusion centers must operate effectively and efficiently with less money.  Therefore leaders need to be as economically minded as possible when purchasing intelligence software.  The Kaseware platform is affordable while being viable and robust. 


The Kaseware fusion center platform is designed, engineered, and focused on the fusion center mission.  Suspicious Activity Reporting is tailored to bring information into the system in one smooth process end to end.  Reporting from the public, to the establishment of a case, and direct submission from Kaseware to eGuardian is effortless and efficient.  Built into the platform are Critical Incident Planning Tools, Critical Infrastructure Assessment Tools, and Cyber Incident and Analysis Tools to meet the ever-changing needs of the fusion center team. 

Creating Actionable Intelligence

Through Optical Character Recognition tools, the Kaseware system identifies data contained within the system, such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and other entities.  On many levels, it enhances the capabilities of intelligence analysts to better understand the overall picture of information to create actionable intelligence. The identification of matching information interconnects past SARs, cases, and other data to better enable the disruption of catastrophic events.


Case Management for Fusion Centers

Case management is a vital function of understanding information and fusing together intelligence.  Establishing connections between various sources of disparate information is enhanced in the Kaseware software solution.  With link analysis, geospatial mapping tools, and automated graphing, the overall applicability of information is easily vetted in Kaseware. Large amounts of data is viewed and sorted in a fashion easily understandable by intelligence analysts and investigators.

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Configurable Data Retention Tools

The management and retention of data is prescribed in Federal Code 28 CFR part 23.  Fusion centers are mandated to follow the guidelines without exception.  It is a primary function of fusion center leaders to protect the rights of citizens.  To answer that requirement, Kaseware has a robust set of data retention tools that are configurable by the agency.  The data retention tools provide for a variety of notification opportunities and the development of rules more stringent than those prescribed in 28 CFR part 23.



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