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Adashi RollCall

Law enforcement scheduling made simple.

RollCall helps police departments save time and money. It also makes the police scheduling process more efficient and less stressful. Using RollCall, law enforcement administrators can create schedules quickly and easily, so they have more time to spend on activities that benefit the department. RollCall integrates with Adashi’s other products to provide an end-to-end solution for our users.

From even before an emergency starts, your public safety agency will have the right crew on duty to handle any incident.

Adashi RollCall - Staff Scheduling Made Simple

Drilling Down on the Features

  • Get real time views of staffing
  • Extensive labor and management reports
  • Minimize noncompliance risk
  • Control labor costs
  • Track employee certifications and qualifications
  • Supports union or business rules for various
    departments and groups
  • Real time views of staffing for each battalion/dept
  • Ensure daily staffing and assignments are completed in a timely and effective manner
  • Automatically assigns overtime positions based on rules, reducing risk of noncompliance
  • Automatically validates scheduling decisions
  • Identify and avoid understaffing or overstaffing
  • Approve requests for vacation, sick days, or trades
  • Create daily roster for export to RMS and payroll
  • Self-serve access via web or apps
  • Sign up for voluntary overtime
  • Notifications of overtime shifts via iOS
    and Android apps
  • Conduct shift trades via web or apps
  • Access to personal history and real time activity
    and accrual information
Adashi RollCall - Mapping and Shceduling Screens
Adashi RollCall - Staff Scheduling Screen on a Surface Tablet

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