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San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) May 09, 2013

Making Sense, an international IT software development firm, today announced that it assisted COPSync, Inc. operator of the nation’s largest law enforcement real-time, in-vehicle information sharing, communication and data interoperability network, in developing the COPsync911 emergency alert service. The COPsync911 service enables school personnel to instantaneously and silently send emergency alerts directly to local law enforcement officers in their patrol units and local agencies with the mere push of a button.

The service is expected to reduce school emergency response times by 5 to 7 minutes, since the communication directly to the patrol car is instantaneous. The alert is also sent to the cell phones of teachers and administrators at the school, alerting of imminent danger.

If under threat, the service enables school personnel to click an icon to open a real-time connection with the closest law enforcement officers in their patrol units and the 911 dispatch center. School personnel can then use the real-time connection to provide the responding officers specific information about the threat as situation unfolds. Responding officers are also able to view a map of the schools location and a diagram of the school.

School violence is of concern to all of us, said Cesar DOnofrio, Chief Executive Officer of Making Sense. Making Sense was pleased to contribute its technical expertise to helping COPsync develop the COPsync911 emergency alert service in less than four months.

The Making Sense team consists of results oriented, highly qualified professionals who are passionate for delivering quality projects, said Wade Powell, V.P. Technology for COPsync. Their contributions to the COPsync911 project proved crucial in delivering this important school safety solution within our timeline and quality goals.

A number of Texas school districts have already announced adoption of this one of a kind emergency alert service, including the PSJA ISD schools in the Texas Valley, Alpine Independent School District and the Cuero ISD.

About Making Sense

Making Sense is an IT company specializing in the development and implementation of software and web applications for different companies since 2002. It has over 120 employees who work in different offices located in United States, Argentina and Mexico.

The company specializes in offering the latest software development strategies, and has several partners throughout the world. Some of its most prominent clients include Rackspace, DELL and AMD. One of Making Senses most well-known products include Doppler, the most widely used email marketing tool in Latin America, which allows users to create, send, analyze and optimize the users email marketing campaigns very simply, fast and effective; and Lander, a tool that enables the creation of landing pages in minutes.

In recognition for its work in fostering Argentina IT outsourcing to the U.S., Making Sense received in December 2012 a special mention at the Polo IT Buenos Aires event. Making Sense is constantly renewing its essence of offering high quality services and maintaining its unique spirit of passion and dedication that it brings to the pursuit of technical excellence.

About COPsync

COPsync, Inc. (OTCQB: COYN) operates the largest law enforcement real-time, in-car information sharing, communication and data interoperability network in the U.S. The COPsync system through its COPsync911 module, also enables campuses, government buildings and businesses to automatically and silently summon law enforcement assistance in the event of a crisis situation. The COPsync Network also enables officers to report and share actionable mission-critical data in real-time and collect for outstanding misdemeanor warrants in real-time at the point of incident. Officers are also able to obtain instant access to local, state and federal law enforcement databases. The COPsync system also eliminates manual processes and increases officer productivity by enabling officers to electronically write tickets, accident reports, DUI forms, arrest forms and incident and offense reports. Use of the system saves lives, reduces unsolved crimes and assists in apprehending criminals and interdicting criminal behavior — through such features as a nationwide officer safety alert system, GPS/auto vehicle location and distance-based alerts for crimes in progress, such as school crisis situations, child abductions, bank robberies and police pursuits. COPsync also sells VidTac,? an in-vehicle, software-driven video system for law enforcement.


Making Sense LLC

Robert Matthews

Business Development



COPsync, Inc.

Ronald A. Woessner

Investor Relations Department



I know that for some warrants the authorities don’t actively pursue the suspect, but if they should happen to “fall into their lap” then they will be arrested, like if they are pulled over on the road for whatever reason and a warrant comes up in their database.

How does one go about finding out if they have an active arrest warrant?

Answer by nitebearer
I just went to a cop shop and asked. I knew I had an outstanding ticket that should have gone to a warrant but I had received no notification of any court action etc. So went to the cops and asked. I had the ticket in hand and explained I wanted to fight it (I went out of town for weeks so I did not file on time). The cops happily looked it up and found no warrant. So I went to the prosecutors office and found out the ticket was cancelled (no reason provided).

One other time I walked into a cop shop with a warrant that was delivered to my house. I didn’t understand the offence so asked the sargent at the desk. He explained and then I started to leave he asked “Aren’t you going to pay that now?” I said no after I collect the money from the idiot who committed the offence. His response as you mention don’t get pulled over or do anything to attract the cops.

Overall the cops were quite good about these things and actually helped but I had reasonable explanations so they understood my side. Now they could have arrested me for the warrant I had in hand and in fact an officer did give chase but I managed to evade him. So ask and be prepared as each force does things differently as in another incident I had guns drawn on me. Got out of that one alright as well.