The OSCR360 Team is on the move again, this time traveling to California to meet with departments in the Golden State. With demonstrations planned in Sacramento, Modesto, Santa Cruz, Vacaville, Yolo County, and Alameda County, OSCR and the team have a busy week ahead of them.
First up, the OSCR team will be stopping in Sacramento. Known for fine wine, and often called the “Farm to Fork” capital of the world, “SacTown” is excited to welcome the OSCR360 team. The Sacramento Fire Department consists of 24 active Fire Stations that are dedicated to the safety of the community. Their counterpart, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department values service with concern for their community, duties, fellow employees, and profession.
After meetings in Sacramento, Alex & OSCR head to Modesto & Santa Cruz. The Modesto Police Department serves four districts and consists of three divisions that are dedicated to quality service. In Santa Cruz, the Police Department is divided into operations and administration divisions that provide compassionate service to the area.
Later in the week, OSCR is honored to meet with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, which provides emergency services to 36 of the 58 state counties while also protecting the over 31 million acres of privately-owned California wild lands.
The team will close out their visits with a stop at the Yolo (yes YOLO) County Sheriff’s Department, which consists of over 300 employees and serves more than 200,000 residents in the area. And finally, in Alameda County, the County Sheriff’s Office Criminalistics Lab provides forensic services to over 20 criminal investigative agencies including drug analysis, DNA analysis, crime scene processing, and more.
“This [OSCR360] seems to be the perfect tool to supplement what we”re already doing without the cost associated with the laser scanner. It’s quicker which means we can open up roads faster and we don’t have to explain the complexity on the stand. Yeah, I like it”Illinois Officer
“Your representative Alex Myers was an excellent ambassador to represent the OSCR Software program. Her intelligence, expertise with the product and dedication to the mission of L-Tron Corporation to deliver a superior program to photo document the investigation process was clear and impressive to all members that she had contact with during her visit to the unit.”Chicago Fire Department
Next, OSCR360 will be returning to South Carolina and Virginia. We are planning to stop in and say hello to several departments who purchased OSCR360 back in April.
Click here to see where OSCR is traveling & to view a list of agencies who have purchased OSCR360.
Questions? Contact the L-Tron team to learn more about our visit with departments in California.
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