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Everspry Footwear Investigation System

Intended for use by Police and Sheriff's Departments to facilitate in the collection and identification of crime scene footwear impressions.  Unknown footwear impressions that are collected at crime scenes may be searched within the Everspry National Footwear Database to determine manufacturer and model of the suspected footwear.  Footwear impressions may be added to databases as investigative links are potentially developed across multiple crime scenes. The 1 user system is available for agencies with 75 officers or less.  The 3 user system is available for agencies with 150 or less officers.  The 10 user system is available for agencies with 250 or less officers.  Each subscription includes access to the agency's local jail or correctional facility.

All system prices are based on a yearly subscription to the Everspry National Footwear Database. 

Real-time Intelligence Footwear Matching System
COLLECT
- Actively search and collect footwear impressions at all crime scenes.
SEARCH - Recovered impressions are searched against all suspects and unsolved crimes.
MATCH - Develop links between multiple crime scenes to assist with investigations.
IDENTIFY - Quickly identify suspects based on your database search results.

How can Everspry assist your agency's investigations? 
Review these potential scenarios for more information:

Scenario #1 - A crime scene footwear impression is recovered and searched against other footwear impressions from unsolved crimes within your local crime scene database.  This reveals potential serial offenders.

Scenario #2 - A crime scene footwear impression is recovered and searched against previously scanned footwear from suspects within your local suspect database.  This provides potential suspects for comparison to the recovered crime scene impression.

Scenario #3 - A crime scene footwear impression is recovered and searched against the Eversole manufacturer reference database to determine potential make and model of the footwear which produced the impression.  This can provide your agency with a valuable lead when interviewing potential suspects.

Scenario #4 - A suspect is arrested and the suspect’s footwear is scanned into the Everspry system for searching against past and eventually future crime scene impressions.  This will provide potential crime scenes that the suspect may have been involved with.

Scenario #5 - Your agency builds an internal reference database within Everspry consisting of locally known footwear patterns recovered from local stores or during other investigations.  This reference database allows for quick searching of locally sourced patterns.

System pricing based on annual subscription.

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