Info-Cop announced that its public-safety software—which gives police officers in the field wireless access to motor vehicle data, warrant information and photo images—is now available for use on Research in Motion’s BlackBerry handheld devices.

The BlackBerry version offers FIPS 140-2 encryption and connects directly to the Info-Cop server, which adds another layer of protection, according to Rich Picolli, president and CEO of Info-Cop.

“[The server] controls the data from end to end,” Picolli said in a statement. “Law enforcement officials can now be assured of convenient, discreet access to their most critical data, whether they are on foot, in a patrol car, or on a bike or horseback.”