News and Updates
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MARTINEZ, CA — ATIMS was notified of an award to replace the outdated JMS in the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office with its "best of breed" system.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.