During The January 28 City Council meeting, Interim City Manager Mike Williams said he and Police Chief J.R. Reed had a meeting in which it was agreed the city would purchase the LeadsOnline software to track pawn shop transactions.
According to Chief Williams the software will be purchased for less than $2,500. The police should be using LeadsOnline in the very near future, officials said.
On Thursday, Chief Reed suggested that citizens can visit the LeadsOnline Website now to help them keep track of vital information concerning their belongings.
“While (ERPD) is going through the set up and training stages (for LeadsOnline), the citizens can utilize this tool in conjunction with their home inventory process,” Chief Reed wrote in an e-mail. “I have included the link below.
Click here for the link to the program.