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ITD Enterprise Systems Section
 
 
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The Officer-in-Charge of the Enterprise Systems (ESS) is Senior Systems Analyst II Micke Humphrey.

The ESS is tasked to meet the mandates of the consent decree, which is a multi-million dollar IT effort that impacts the operations and data handling capabilities of almost every Department system, whether automated or not. The ESS is responsible for support of the Department's Training Evaluation and Management System (TEAMS), TEAMS 1.5, and 26 legacy systems. Additionally, ESS is responsible for ITD's involvement in other consent decree mandated developments, including the Complaint Management System (CMS), Use of Force System (UOFS), and the Pedestrian and Vehicle Stop System. TEAMS was the Department's original Risk Management System and includes a variety of sub-systems that are combined to respond to queries regarding Department employees.

 
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