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As part of the LEDS 20/20 Project, Oregon State Police is making available a new LEDS/NCIC Access Application known as the LEDS 20/20 Application. This application was developed by Diverse Computing, Inc, and streamlined for use in Oregon. The LEDS 20/20 Application requires no installation at the local agency, as it is 100% web-based with no Java requirements or plug-ins.
The LEDS 20/20 Application streamlines learning through inspiration from an email inbox, making information you need easy to get to, with features that are intuitive to use.
Smart Message predicts what you are looking for, by running queries with only a vehicle plate or name and date of birth combination.
Find a Form allows you to quickly find the query you need, even if you don't know the specific message key.
Dark Mode allows officers in vehicles to display LEDS, without a bright screen affecting their vision or lighting their vehicle.
If your agency is interested in using the LEDS 20/20 Application, please reach out to LEDS.email@example.com for more information about enrollment. A demonstration of the LEDS 20/20 Application occurs the first Tuesday of every month, e-mail us for an invite! If you are curious and want to see more about the application, then check out our LEDS 20/20 Flyer and DCI's page.
Looking to learn more about the LEDS 20/20 Application? Check out these pages for more information.
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