Microfilm Conversion for Law Enforcement

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Microfilm Conversion for Law Enforcement

2016-09-29T06:35:42+00:00 September 29th, 2016|Blog|

Join us at CLEARS 2016 in Reno, Nevada

BMI will be at the California Law Enforcement Association of Records Supervisors (CLEARS) 43rd Annual Training & Technology Seminar in Reno, Nevada. The conference will be held from November 14th – 18th at the Peppermill Resort. We’ll be demonstrating records management solutions, including BMI’s unique microfilm conversion solution, Digital ReeL.

CLEARS, Inc. is a not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to providing training in the technical and legal aspects of law enforcement records. CLEARS, Inc. provides networking capabilities to its members and associates who are comprised from more than 500 law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies within California.

Microfilm Conversion for Law Enforcement

Many legacy records required for long-term retention continue to sit on paper and microfilm. These records are not accessed that often and it is easy for an organization to forget about them. Microfilm, in particular, does not last forever and it is possible that the records could be deteriorating without anyone realizing it.

Ultimately, digitally converting the records ensures that the record archive becomes part of the larger data management and disaster recovery processes of the organization. BMI’s Digital ReeL is uniquely capable of helping law enforcement agencies digitize microfilm records in an affordable, practical way. Stop by for a live product demonstration to learn more about this microfilm conversion solution.

Learn more about our microfilm conversion solutions for law enforcement.