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Want to get a better idea of how ODISS, TIMS, and VIMS could help your organization with off-duty scheduling, training scheduling and management, or volunteer management? Contact us to schedule a live, remote online demonstration. We’ll walk you through the system and answer any questions you may have about the software and its features.

See why some of the largest public safety agencies and other organizations in the nation use software by the Public Safety Software Group to increase efficiency in their departments.


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About Public Safety Software Group

The Public Safety Software Group is the parent company for our group of software products, which include ODISS for off-duty special assignment scheduling, TIMS for announcing, scheduling and tracking training classes for public safety agencies, and VIMS for volunteer management. Their software is used by police, sheriff’s departments, emergency services, fire departments, and cities nationwide, as well as by other organizations, to help manage personnel in a centralized, easy-to-use, web-based SaaS system.

As featured in the December 2015 edition of the International Associations of Chiefs of Police magazine, the Public Safety Software Group’s products work to solve personnel scheduling and management problems common to many public safety agencies with affordable, feature-rich software applications.

News & Events

Congratulations to our VIMS client, the Petaluma CA Police Dept on a job well done!

A recent NBC Nightly News "Inspiring America" story aired on Monday, February 13, 2017 featuring Petaluma, California, Police Department Code Enforcement Officer Joe Garcia. As seen in the segment, when complaints kept mounting regarding a property owned by a 90 year old WWII veteran, rather than citing the war hero for code violations Officer Garcia became a local hero himself by organizing a group of caring community members to help clean up the property and make repairs as . . .