NewStart Solutions, L3C Publicly Announces First Test Pilot Program with the City of Pueblo and the Pueblo Police Department
Colorado Springs, CO, March 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- “CSN”, is an innovative web-based Crime Tipping, Alerting, and Notification solution for improving the Community Policing efforts and Citizen Communications activities of local Law Enforcement Agencies such as Police Agencies, County Sheriff Departments, Campus Security, and local communities.
In addition, the company has announced that it has entered into a unique “45-Day Test Pilot Program” with the City of Pueblo and the Pueblo Police Department to “test drive” the CSN Community/Policing Solution.
The company has been in development of the CrimeSuspect.NET solution since early 2013 in a partnership alliance with Ensemble Ventures, LLC, a Colorado Springs, CO based business and technology development company that operates a Seed Stage Venture Ventilator supporting a variety of entrepreneurial start-up activities in Southern Colorado.
Changing the Game in Crime Fighting:
Today, Adam Leonard, the Founder and CEO of NewStart, who is a Colorado Springs native, who after a distinguished 10+ year Law Enforcement career is finally able to “go public” with his vision of developing pro-active internet-based crime fighting tools, and creating powerful communications and social networking solutions for enhancing and improving local Community Policing efforts.
On the start of his new company, Mr. Leonard commented, “I finally feel a sense of closure. I’ve committed the rest of my life to helping citizens and fallen officers everywhere so we can offer enhanced solutions to local law enforcement agencies to improve their community policing activities. If these solutions can help to save one life and spare a family from the tragedies that mine has suffered along with thousands of others, then I will consider myself successful in giving back.”
After over a year of development, with Ensemble and its team of business development and technology specialists, NewStart is launching two web-sites.
The first is its primary corporate web site, CrimeSuspect.NET, which outlines the vision and mission for the organization.
It can be found at: http://www.crimesuspect.net.
The site outlines the concept of “Crowd-Sourced Crime-Fighting” which is a set of unique interactive Community Policing tools that CSN has developed to equip local citizens with information gathering and communications tools to help Law Enforcement fight local crime, and improve overall safety conditions for local communities.
Launching a Community/Policing Portal for the Pueblo Police Department:
The second major development is the announcement of a unique partnership between NewStart and The City of Pueblo and the Pueblo Police Department who are teaming up with NewStart to engage in an initial 45-day Test Pilot Program to test-drive and evaluate the CSN Community/Policing solution for the City of Pueblo. After seeing the "added-value" services that NewStart can offer to the citizens of Pueblo to improve Community Policing Services to the Community, as well as understanding the strong commitment to improving police investigations and citizen relationships that NewStart has, The Pueblo Police Department decided to engage with NewStart to test drive its unique solution. This site is now live and can be found at: http://csn.pueblo.us
About NewStart Solutions:
NewStart Solutions, L3C is a Wyoming registered and Colorado Springs-based, “Low Profit” social benefit company staffed by Law Enforcement Veterans and Internet Technology Professionals. They are developing a new Crowd-Sourced, Community-Based, Law Enforcement-Driven, “Crime Alerting and Notification Solution” called “CrimeSuspect.NET”. The CSN solution provides the public, as well as law enforcement officials, with a 2-way, instant data sharing, web-delivered, and local “edge-of-the-network” server-enhanced, crime-fighting solution. It addresses many of the shortfalls of current online crime tipping software services offered by local non-profit groups and associations who are using out-dated and ineffective solutions that are non-standardized.