October 26, 2015
Thomson Reuters Incorporates New Workflow Technology into Its CLEAR Product Line
EAGAN, Minn. – For today’s law enforcement and investigations professionals, getting the most accurate and comprehensive information is about more than just saving time, it can also save lives and keep communities safe. That’s why Thomson Reuters has introduced innovative new workflow technology that drives research, interview and follow-up activities into its CLEAR® investigative suite.
With its newly enhanced platform, CLEAR enables law enforcement and investigations professionals to streamline their workflow quickly and easily to find the information they need to solve cases, identify witnesses, assess threats and uncover fraud. A customizable dashboard, easy-to-navigate interface, enhanced business data and search functionality improve results and deliver the most accurate data to security professionals.
Optional dashboard tools, including associate analytics, graphical displays, negative news and address mapping, provide law enforcement with the information and analytics they need to advance their mission to keep communities safe and secure.
“The new CLEAR platform delivers immediate, actionable information to law enforcement and security professionals within an intuitive, streamlined workflow,” said Brian Knudsen, vice president of the Government Segment of Thomson Reuters. “Access to information, including driver’s license and social media data, is crucial for investigative professionals in today’s security environment.”
To learn more about CLEAR, visit legalsolutions.com/clear.
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