The Fayetteville Police Department is pleased to announce a new towing initiative aimed at providing better, more efficient customer service to assist citizen’s and soldiers when their vehicles are towed.
Compiled Logic Corporation (C: LOGIC), a leading provider of towing lifecycle management solutions, announced that the Fayetteville Police Department in partnership with the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office, are the latest communities to adopt C:LOGIC’s Vehicle Information-sharing and Notification Service (VINS).
VINS delivers a comprehensive software solution that streamlines dispatching and towing operations and enables electronic information collaboration among area law enforcement, the towing and storage industry, and the general public.
VINS-enabled communication between the FPD, CCSO, and the rotation contract towing lots will eliminate erroneous stolen vehicle reports, simplify procedures for holding and releasing vehicles, and provide an enormous benefit to citizens as it will provide a single website where citizens can type in their plate number and find their towed vehicle across Cumberland County. VINS electronic tracking will eventually be expanded to track private property towing, vehicle repossession and all non-consent towing done within the county.
“Working in partnership with the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office, we are pleased to participate in this statewide initiative” announced Police Chief Tom Bergamine. “The benefit will extend well beyond internal departmental needs, to helping citizens, soldiers, and people who visit our city locate and recover their towed cars more quickly”.