News Letter September 2020

Published 25th September 2020

Update from JML Software Solutions


Welcome to the latest news update from the Chronicle team. We at JML have been busy despite the ongoing situation and there is lots to look forward to so we have taken some time to put together a summary of what is coming over the next few months. Please feel free to pass this newsletter on to your colleagues should you feel it may be of interest to them. As always, if you have any questions, please contact us at or on +44 (0) 330 223 3258.

We are very much looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible once we can facilitate a User Group meeting. In the meantime, keep safe.


We have not forgotten you! Rest assured, we will set a new date once we have a better understanding of how, and when, the current restrictions are going to be relaxed. It is very much looking like 2021 now. The event will be a great opportunity to meet the JML team, get help and expert advice and network with other Chronicle users. The Event will aim to bring together specialists from within our customer user community to discuss and prioritise our roadmap for the full Chronicle suite of modules including the highly anticipated C4.

Click here to see the letter from our Chairman on Chronicle 4



The CED module is dedicated to manage Taser® skills, competency, deployments and asset management. The Drone module manages compliance with CAA regulations, pilot qualification, full flight logs, flying hours, equipment service history and much more.

Click here to find out more or contact us to arrange a demo.



If you are looking to improve management of Conducted Energy Devices (CED) and reduce risk, why not consider Chronicle Issue and Return stations. Direct links to Chronicle software ensure efficient and effective day-to-day management of the issue and return of CED and further protection can be offered if linked to our specially designed asset cabinets.

Following the wider use and roll out of CEDs to Specially Trained Officers (STOs) at multiple, and often remote locations, it is important for forces to safeguard the security of CEDs as well as ensuring that only authorised STOs have access to them.

Our networked Chronicle Asset Cabinets provide your force with the ability to secure CEDs in purpose-built, secure cabinets which utilise the same access control features as our Armoury management system. This ensures that only authorised STOs can gain access to the CEDs. Access to the cabinet is based on an individuals’ current authorisation level as calculated by Chronicle, to which the Chronicle Asset Cabinet is seamlessly linked.

However, you can always utilise your existing secure locations and install the Issue & Return Stations to manage everything else, without the need for Asset Cabinets. Click here to find out more or contact us



We are revising our provision of User Guides to help users navigate Chronicle. You will soon be able to find all supporting User Guides and Video Tutorials in 'Resources' within the secure section of Support on our website. Click here to access the Support page or contact us to find out more



JML is pleased to inform you of two new members joining the JML team:

Padmaja Sagi – Automation Test Engineer

Padmaja comes to us from Office Depot

with 12+ years of experience in software

testing and QA processes. She has come

on board to drive the automation of our

QA procedures, tools and techniques in

our new C4 platform, helping us to

streamline our development, test and

release procedures while maintaining our

high standards of quality


Aurobindo Naik – Senior Software Engineer


Aurobindo brings 14+ years of

development experience with

organisations including Unisys and

Santander. He also brings extensive

experience in testing techniques and

enterprise platform architecture and will

be focussed toward applying these skills

to the new C4 platform, supporting our

goal to make Chronicle the best

technically advanced solution it can be.