May 14, 2014 – Colorado Springs, CO.
On Tuesday, May 14, 2014, represnetives for the Colorado Springs Police Department signed a 12-month contract to implement eSOPH, Miller Mendel’s background investigation software system. The Colorado Springs Police Department intends to process at least 300 applicants within approximately 12-months, using eSOPH.
On behalf of the Colorado Springs Police Department, the eSOPH transition project was led by Personnel Specialist Joseph Kistle and Public Safety Program Admin Heather Edwards. As of May 14, 2014, the Colorado Springs Police Department is the first agency in the state of Colorado to transition their background processing to eSOPH.
ABOUT THE COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Colorado Springs is a Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat and most populous city of El Paso County, Colorado. Colorado Springs is located in the east central portion of the state. The city is home to more than 430,000 residents, spanning over 186+ incorporated square miles. The men and woman of the Colorado Springs Police Department are under the leadership of Chief Pete Carey, and are organized into three divisions: Office of the Chief of Police, Patrol Bureau and Operations Support Bureau. The department is authorized for 659 sworn positions and 280 civilian positions.
ABOUT MILLER MENDEL
Miller Mendel Inc
. (MMI) creates, sells and supports software technology solutions for the private and public sectors. MMI places an emphasis on creating and mastering solutions that segues traditional systems into Green, efficient solutions that exceed user expectation. MMI has a principal focus on those technology solutions related to human resource processes, specifically, the hiring of personnel in positions of public trust.
MMI is known for creating category leading systems and also responsive, exceptional support to all clients. MMI places great pride in straightforward, transparent operational practices that foster a high level of respect, trust and praise from our clients.
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