News and Updates
Tuolumne County Awards ATIMS Upgrade Contract
SONORA, CA – The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors have awarded ATIMS a contract to upgrade their current JMS system from one of the earliest versions of ATIMS VB6 product, originally awarded in 2004, to the latest ATIMS Online V2 product.
One of California’s original 27 counties, Tuolumne was also known as Oro County. The Sheriff’s Department services a population of 55,000.
ATIMS Awarded Contract by Hennepin County
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- The Board of Commissioners of Hennepin County has awarded ATIMS with a contract for ATIMS to install and configure the ATIMS Online Jail Management System (JMS) for Hennepin County detention facilities. ATIMS Online JMS will be provided as a hosted Software as a Service (SaaS) solution.
ATIMS Online JMS will be used in the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Adult Detention Center (ADC) to manage jail data as well as inmate movement throughout the inmate’s time within the facility, from intake to release. The ADC is an ACA-accredited, pretrial detention facility operated by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office. The ADC is located at the Minneapolis City Hall, designed in a modular setting, with 509 beds. The Hennepin County Public Safety Facility (PSF), most of which is designed for direct supervision, hosts 330 beds.
Hennepin is the most populous county in Minnesota. The county was created in 1852 by the Minnesota Territorial Legislature. Father Louis Hennepin's name was chosen because he originally named St. Anthony Falls and wrote some of the earliest accounts of the area for European settlers.
ATIMS to Replace JMS in Contra Costa County
MARTINEZ, CA — ATIMS was notified of an award to replace the outdated JMS in the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office with its "best of breed" system. ATIMS will work as a subconsultant under the county’s phone services contract with GTL.
ATIMS will replace the county’s home-grown JMS with state-of-the-art technology to connect disparate systems, departments, vendors, and hardware. ATIMS automated workflows are expected to transform multitudes of manual, paper-based processes into an integrated, paperless system that removes duplicate entries, provides cleaner data, and increases efficiency and transparency. The goal is happier employees, safer inmates, and informed county leadership.
More than a million people reside in Contra Costa County's 715 square miles. The County Sheriff’s Office has four facilities: Martinez, West County, Marsh Creek, and a Custody Alternative Center. The four facilities manage an average of 2,000 inmates daily.
The JMS replacement project is scheduled to begin in mid-September 2020 and finish by the middle of 2022.
ATIMS is Awarded Contract by Polk County
DES MOINES, IA – The Polk County Board of Supervisors has awarded ATIMS the contract to provide a next-generation system for jail management (JMS).
Polk County is Iowa’s most populous . Des Moines is the state’s capital and largest city. The area expected to be served by the new JMS contains a population greater than 680,000 people.
Our 2020 Show Schedule
Here's our show schedule for 2020 so far. Be sure to stop by our booth!
January 8-9: County Sheriffs of Colorado (Loveland, CO)
January 9-14: ACA Winter Conference (San Diego, CA)
February 9-10: National Sheriffs Association (Washington, DC)
February 23-27: Western States Sheriffs' Association (Reno, NV)
April 4-8: American Jail Association (Aurora, CO)
May 11-15: Texas Jail Association (Austin, TX)
Jacksonville Awards ATIMS with JMS Replacement Contract
November 01, 2019
The City of Jacksonville, Florida, has awarded ATIMS with the contract to replace their current 20-year-old Jail Management System (JMS) with the latest version of ATIMS Online.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is the third largest in Florida, with 3,500 employees, including 2,500 sworn officers. Four facilities house a total of roughly 3,300 inmates.
This is the first ATIMS client east of Denver. The kick-off meeting was held in October 2019 and the project is expected to take 18 to 24 months.
Register now for the 2019 Online User Conference!
September 26, 2019
It's time again for the ATIMS Online User Conference -- November 14, 2019, 8 am to 4 pm.
There's something for everyone, new users to IT pros. Reimagine how tech can transform your agency!
Version 2 is in Development
July 26, 2019
ATIMS Online 2.0 is in the works! It will run on the hardware of your choosing and provide improved speed, easier operation, and better security. Servers can be physical or virtual. The microservices can run separately on different cloud environments and servers.
APIs include interfaces, administration, and reports (whether printed or PDF). Analytics datasets will generate robust data models.
Version 2 with Angular single-page application technology and a Microsoft SQL Server™ database. Delivery is expected in 2020.
ATIMS and ProPhoenix Awarded Upgrade by Glenn County
January 29, 2019
GLENN, CA -- The Glenn County Board of Supervisors has awarded ATIMS and its partner ProPhoenix the contract to upgrade the jail and police (RMS) software systems. ATIMS has been a vendor of the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office for 20 years, with software that is loved by users. This long and trusted relationship is a testament to ATIMS products and customer service.
Glenn County is primarily an agricultural community bracketed by mountains, the Interstate 5 corridor, and the Sacramento River. Agriculture is the primary source of Glenn County's economy, including rice, almonds, milk products, prunes, and livestock. The jail, located in the town of Willows, houses 148 adult inmates.
Our 2019 Show Schedule
January 07, 2019
Here's our show schedule for 2019. Stop by and visit our booth!
Jan 9 - 10 County Sheriffs of Colorado (Loveland)
Jan 11 - 15 American Corrections Association Winter Conference (New Orleans)
Jan 23 - 25 South Carolina Sheriff's Association Winter Conference (Columbia, SC)
Feb 9 - 12 National Sheriffs Association Winter Conference (Washington, DC)
Feb 12 - 14 Major County Sheriffs of America Winter Conference (Washington, DC)
Feb 25 - 28 Indiana Sheriff's Association Winter Conference (Indianapolis)
Mar 4 - 8 Western States Sheriffs Association (Reno)
Mar 18 - 21 KEYS Conference (Concord, CA)
Mar 31 - April 3 Pennsylvania County Corrections Association (Altoona, PA)
April 29 - May 1 CSSA Annual Conference (Monterey, CA)
May 13 - 17 Texas Jail Association Education Conference (Austin, TX)
May 18 - 22 American Jail Association (Louisville, KY)
May 20 - 23 Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (Spokane, WA)
June 2 - 5 Corrections Technology Association (Scottsdale, AZ)
June 3 - 5 JAILCON 19 West (Scottsdale, AZ)
June 12 - 14 Major County Sheriffs of America Summer Conference (Louisville, KY)
June 14 - 19 National Sheriffs Association (Louisville, KY)
June 19 - 21 Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (Missoula, MT)
Aug 20 - 22 Badger State Sheriff's Association (Milwaukee, WI)
September 12 - 19 California State Sheriff's Association (San Diego, CA)
September 15 - 17 Utah Sheriff's Association (St. George, UT)
October 8 - 11 Indian Criminal Justice Association (Muncie, IN)
December 2 - 4 Oregon State Sheriff's Association (Bend, OR)
Community Forums: You asked, we're delivering!
November 05, 2018
Take advantage of the ATIMS online portal of community forums! Have peer-to-peer conversations with other ATIMS clients about best practices and anything else about the software.
Expect a roll-out in December! Ask your Project Manager for more information.
The ATIMS 2018 User Conference -- November 1, 2018
August 14, 2018
This year's user conference promises a day of technical workshops and short talks about ATIMS software. Geared to new users and to seasoned pros, this conference has something for everyone!
Register now for this free event. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
ATIMS and ProPhoenix Contracted by San Luis Obispo County to Replace JMS and RMS
July 10, 2018
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA — ATIMS in partnership with ProPhoenix Corporation have secured the contract from the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office to replace the county’s current systems for jail management and records management.
The new solutions will replace a JMS implemented in 2003, an RMS implemented in 2005, and custom code that connects disparate systems and applications, departments, and vendors. ATIMS and ProPhoenix will transform a variety of manual, paper-based processes to an integrated and paperless system that will automate many time-consuming processes, plus increase efficiency and accuracy.
San Luis Obispo is one of the original eleven counties established when California became a state in 1850. The County Sheriff’s Office manages a 600-bed correctional facility plus an alternative sentencing program. The JMS/RMS replacement project begins in August 2018.
ATIMS Holiday Calendar
May 31, 2018
Here's the list of ATIMS holidays for 2018. Although our offices are closed, clients still have access to 24/7, 365 support.
January 1, 2018 -- New Year's Day
January 15, 2018 -- Martin Luther King, Jr., Day
February 19, 2018 -- President's Day
May 28, 2018 -- Memorial Day
July 4, 2018 -- Independence Day
September 3, 2018 -- Labor Day
November 22, 2018 -- Thanksgiving Day
November 23, 2018 -- Day after Thanksgiving
December 25, 2018 -- Christmas Day
Stop by and say hello!
April 04, 2018
Here's our conference and convention attendance for the rest of 2018. Please stop by our booth and say hi!
May 14 - 18: Texas Jail Association Annual Conference (Austin, TX)
May 21 - 24: Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (Spokane, WA)
June 3 - 6: Corrections Technology Association Tech Summit (Daytona Beach, FL)
June 19: National Sheriffs Association Annual Conference (New Orleans, LA)
July 8 - 9: South Carolina Sheriffs Association Annual Conference (Columbia, SC)
July 22 - 23: Sheriffs Association of Texas Annual Training Expo (Grapevine, TX)
July 22 - 25: Florida Sheriffs Association Summer Conference (Championsgate, FL)
August 3 - 7: American Correctional Association Congress of Correction (Minneapolis, MN)
September 10 - 12: Texas Jail Association Jail Management Issues (Galveston, TX)
September 23 - 25: Utah Sheriffs Association Annual Law Enforcement & Corrections Conference (St. George, UT)
November 14 - 15: California State Sheriffs Association Foundation Exhibit Show (Sacramento, CA)
December 3 - 5: Oregon State Sheriffs Association Annual Conference (Bend, OR)
ATIMS Awarded County of Denver - August 2017
ATIMS is pleased to have been awarded the contract by the City and County of Denver / Denver Sheriff Department to implement the ATIMS Online jail management system (JMS), following the competitive bid process that commenced in October, 2016.
The new system will feature ATIMS jail management system, a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) product which is built exclusively for jail operations and is implemented in 17 Counties. The system will provide updated and increased functionality which will reduce manual paper, duplicative and/or cumbersome processes for managing inmates.
Denver Sheriff’ Department is responsible for operating two of the busiest jails in Colorado, which process over 36,000 offenders each year and house over 2,200 inmates on an average day, including individuals who are awaiting the completion of their court cases and those who are sentenced by the County court system.
Key objectives for the project are to reduce process cycle times with automation, which will result in both soft and hard cost savings via increased staff capacity, improve the capability to manage inmates, improve data and analysis; and, provide a long-term, manageable, cost-effective, and risk adverse system.
The project initiated in September, 2017 and is expected to be completed in 2019.
ATIMS to Upgrade Santa Barbara County to ATIMS Online - February 2017
Santa Barbara, CA – On February 21st and 22nd 2-17, ATIMS held kick off meetings with the Santa Barbara County JMS Team to upgrade the existing client-server version of its Jail Management System (JMS) to ATIMS Online, our highly configurable, web-based system. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office currently operates multiple facilities with a 2250 bed capacity, and future construction of a new facility in Santa Maria scheduled for 2019. These facilities manage Booking, Intake, General Population Housing, Administrative/Segregated Housing, Medical Housing and Minimum Security Housing (MSF) as well as Alternative Sentencing for inmates with electronic monitoring externally.
The objectives for this project include upgrading the current ATIMS JMS system to ATIMS Online; developing and modernizing JMS interfaces and enhancing business processes; and incorporating current functionality from other systems into ATIMS Online JMS.
The goal is to complete the entire implementation project by November 2017.
ATIMS Awarded Contract by Sacramento County Sheriff's Office - January 2017
ATIMS is proud to announce that it has been awarded the contract by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department to implement the ATIMS Online jail management system (JMS), following the competitive bid process that commenced in the fall of 2015.
The new system will feature ATIMS jail management system, a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) product which is built exclusively for jail operations and is implemented in 17 Counties, including 9 California counties.
The project spans all operations across two (2) adult detention facilities, the Main Jail located in downtown Sacramento and the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center (RCCC in Elk Grove, California.
Key objectives for the project are to modernize the jail, court, and administrative functionality, as well as provide new functionality to address processes currently handled outside of the current system; interface with external systems to import and export data, and establish a technologically sound platform for expansion of information services into the future.
The project initiated in April and is expected to be completed in 2019.
CSUN - College of Engineering and Computer Science
ATIMS Vice President Felix Rabinovich shares his diverse experience to aid CECS students at CSUN.
ATIMS Awarded San Joaquin County's JMS Contract - October 2016
San Joaquin County, CA – October 21, 2016 — ATIMS has been awarded the contract (pursuant to RFP# 16-17) to provide a Jail Management System (JMS) for the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office operates a 1411 bed facility comprised of a Booking, Intake, General Population Housing, Administrative/Segregated Housing, Medical Housing and Honor Farm/Minimum Security Housing.
The objectives for this project include replacing the current SJCSO JMS system and the Custody Information System (CUSINS) system; modernizing JMS interfaces and enhancing business processes; incorporating existing functionality of CUSINS into the new JMS.
The current Jail Management System (JMS) is a mainframe based system developed in-house in CICS COBOL that utilizes a CA Datacom v.10 database operating in non-relational mode. ATIMS will be converting legacy data into a SQL environment.
The goal is to complete the entire implementation project by February 1, 2018.
ATIMS Upgrades California Jail Management Software Systems, Expands into Oregon and Colorado
March 26, 2013
LOS ANGELES, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Jail Management Software (JMS) developer ATIMS has been awarded the coveted Alameda County JMS Contract. Ranked as the fifth largest jail system in the United States, this massive California Bay Area facility holds 4,300 inmates. Alameda County is in excellent company, joining the San Mateo and Solano Counties as valued ATIMS clients.
ATIMS Jail Management Software Installation at Santa Ana Police Department a Success
February 04, 2013
CHATSWORTH, Calif. - ATIMS is celebrating the successful installation and 'Go Live' implementation of their State-of-the-Art web-based Jail Management Software. Santa Ana Police Department (SAPD) Commander Ken Gominsky is "exceedingly pleased with the newly installed ATIMS system." The City of Santa Ana is the County Seat and largest, oldest and most densely populated City in Orange County.