Regina Police

Regina Police Service Implements Legal Files Software

“As a small operation with a multitude of responsibilities, we are thrilled to have the powerful tools of Legal Files at our fingertips.”

Board of Police Commissioners of the City of Regina, the governing body of the Regina Police Service in Saskatchewan, Canada, has completed the installation of Legal Files Software for the Service’s legal counsel operations, the software’s developer announced today.

Legal Files Software, Inc., developer of Legal Files case and matter management, said the implementation marks the first time the Police Service has implemented an electronic legal management application.

“As a small operation with a multitude of responsibilities, we are thrilled to have the powerful tools of Legal Files at our fingertips,” Police Service Legal Counsel Katrina Swan said. “I am especially excited to capitalize on the organizational capabilities, knowing Legal Files will help increase operational efficiency and productivity.”

Jackie Ziegler, who provides administrative support for the office, said she had been intrigued by Legal Files ability to assist with administration tasks, in addition to its functionality to help manage, review, track and report on matters such litigation, contracts, personnel, record requests, governance and policy issues.

“Legal Files can assist with administrative tasks, such as tracking expenses,” Ziegler said. “We also built a custom window in Legal Files specifically for me to track phone logs, so I can more easily report on the sources of the calls, that is, what department they come from. I’m still learning more of what it offers, but I’ve already started to look at other areas where Legal Files will come in handy.”