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					                                           GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT




Glendale Police Department Integrated Police Communications System

Operational Requirements

Specific operational requirements for Records Management, Computer Aided Dispatch, Mobile Data and Automated Field
Reporting systems are outlined below. Operational requirements are determined by both requirements of the Glendale
Police Department and industry standard guidelines for public safety systems. For each requirement, the vendor will
have the opportunity to provide one of four responses as outlined below. If the functionality is available but not as
described, or if there is a required cost for the solution, they must chose "alternative solution" AND specify the solution as
well as any additional cost in the comments field.



          Response

          Available - Requirement is currently available

          Available in Upgrade - Requirement is available in a planned upgrade at no cost (within next 12 months)

          Not Available - Requirement is not available

          Alternative Available - Vendor recommends meeting the requirement through an alternative method.
              Brief comments and cost (if any) must be included in comments box to the right.


Place an "1" within the appropriate response column next to each requirement. Where applicable and where requested,
provide additional information that describes the way in which the proposed system fulfills the given requirement or how
an alternative to the requirement will meet Glendale Police Department needs. Short responses may be provided in the
"Comments" column, while longer answers may be provided on a separate page.


Requirements that return with no response indicated will be evaluated as "Requirement is not available."




                                                         RMS Operational Requirements

R1        General RMS Requirements
R9        UCR/NIBRS Requirements
R28       Master Index Capabilities
R427      Flags
R448      Case Reporting
R487      Juveniles
R553      Arrest and Booking
R724      Citations
R792      Traffic
R917      Line-Ups
R961      Case Management
R1086     Sex Offender Tracking
R1135     Gang Tracking
R1161     Wants and Warrants
R1231     Restraints and Orders of Protection
R1274     Pawns




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R1302    Personnel
R1411    Training
R1509    Officer Activity Log
R1552    Crime Analysis
R1638    RMS Query Features
R1696    Supplies and Equipment Inventory
R1823    General Jail Functions and Features
R1845    Inmate Booking
R2034    Inmate Release
R2054    Mugshot System Requirements
R2057    Court Appearance and Bail Tracking
R2076    Inmate Property Tracking
R2118    Inmate Alerts
R2145    Inmate Housing
R2156    Inmate Incidents
R2195    Jail Activity Log
R2226    Jail Queries and Reports




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R1       General RMS Requirements
R2       Ability to access RMS from any computer on the system.
         Ability to run two sessions of the RMS on the same computer at the
R3       same time (e.g., to use one session for data entry and the other for
         research).
         Ability for users to log onto multiple computers at the same time (e.g.,
R4
         work on two computers simultaneously).
         Ability to access any photo in the system from any computer on the
R5
         system.
         Data should be entered one time into system (i.e. there is no duplicate
R6
         data entry).
R7       Ability to reuse previously stored information.
         RMS embeds spell check and formatting capability on narrative/text
R8
         fields.
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
R9    UCR/NIBRS Requirements
R10      Ability to meet and adhere to Arizona State UCR reporting standards.

R11      Ability to meet and adhere to Arizona State NIBRS reporting standards.
         Ability to create "sub-crime" codes to capture crimes that do not meet
R12      UCR reporting requirements but are considered crimes under the
         Revised Code of Arizona.
         Ability to indicate crimes that do not meet federal UCR reporting
R13
         standards.
         Ability to create crime reports that include crimes not meeting federal
R14
         UCR reporting standards.




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         Ability to provide an error-checking utility showing report number and
R15
         inconsistencies.
         Ability for case reports to have an error checking process for UCR
R16      compliancy prior to the case being submitted by the officer from both
         Records and Mobile case entry modules.
         Ability for case reports to have an error checking process for NIBRS
R17      compliancy prior to the case being submitted by the officer from both
         Records and Mobile case entry modules.
         Ability to coordinate local crime classification or statute number to the
R18
         official UCR classification.
         Ability to coordinate local crime classification or statute number to the
R19
         official NIBRS classification.
         Ability for system to automatically generate reports that meet UCR
R20
         reporting requirements.
         Ability for system to automatically generate reports that meet NIBRS
R21
         requirements.
         Ability to easily "turn off" NIBRS fields if an agency is not collecting
R22
         NIBRS data.
         Ability to easily "turn off" UCR fields if an agency is not collecting UCR
R23
         data.
         Ability to automatically report hate crime data to the State for all relevant
R24
         UCR/NIBRS codes.
R25      Ability to submit UCR/NIBRS data to the State electronically.
         Ability to create/submit Domestic Violence Report to Governor's Office
R26
         for Women
         UCR/NIBRS updates, as required by the state and DOJ, are provided at
R27
         no additional charge.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
R28      Master Index Capabilities
R29      General Functions and Features
R30      Ability to maintain the following master indices:
R31        Name
R32        Location
R33        Property
R34        Vehicle
R35        Organization
R36      Ability to associate information across all master indices.
         Ability to cross reference master index files to all other records
R37
         associated with an individual.
         Ability to provide code table values that reflect most recent NCIC
R38
         version.
         Ability to search for and retrieve a master index file based on any user-
R39
         defined criteria.
         Ability to modify incident offense title dependant on circumstances of
R39
         case.




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         Ability to automatically update master indices upon entry of report
R40
         information.
         Prior to accepting an entry, the RMS provides an authorized user the
         option of determining whether there is a match in the master index
R41
         based on existing data (e.g., for purposes of avoiding duplicate names in
         the MNI).
         Ability to search for and retrieve a master index file based on any user-
R42
         defined criteria.
         Ability to search all master indices by any field in the incident record
R43
         using relational criteria and logical operators.
         Ability to narrow search results (e.g., secondary search) with additional
R44
         information (e.g., add name, SSN, DOB).
R45      Ability to query records using partial information.
         Ability to query on a name and receive a synopsis of all the involvements
R46
         associated with that one person.

         Ability to display index of involvements associated with individual name
R47
         inquiry and automatically retrieve records from that screen.

R48      Ability to open multiple files/records in a single transaction.
R49      Ability to select and view detailed online record from index listing.
         Ability to run a global search based on a record source (e.g., incidents,
R50
         field interviews, etc.)
R51      Ability to query for count of matching records
         Ability to print entire report or individual part of report from any query
R52
         screen
         Ability to support an update process to the master indices that prevents
R53
         manipulation to original data.
R54      Ability to capture the following for all updates to the master indices:
R55         Time and date stamp
R56         User ID
R57         Jurisdiction
R58      Ability to attach documents to any master index record.
R59      Ability to search citations and data included in an electronic citation
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R60   Master Name Index
      Information contained in the MNI is linked to all other modules with
R61   person information to eliminate the potential for duplicate entry of record
      information.
      The RMS should possess a Master Name Index (MNI) that incorporates
R62   subject records from all RMS modules and sources, including, but not
      limited to:
R63      Arrest report
R64      Booking
R65      Citations
R66      Collision reports
R67      Field contact




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R68        Case report
R69        Ride-along forms
R70        Warrants
R71        Pawns
R72        Permits
R73        Civil orders
         Ability to link individual master name records to every event in which the
R74
         individual was involved.
         Ability to store in the MNI all individuals associated with reports (i.e. as a
R75
         suspect, victim, witness, complainant, owner, etc.).
         Ability to indicate type of involvement (e.g., suspect, victim, witness,
R76
         complainant, owner, etc.).
         Ability for agency to designate involvement types (e.g., suspect, victim,
R77
         witness, complainant, owner, etc.).
R78      Ability to enter a business as a victim.
         Ability to link additional names to an individual master name record,
R79
         including, but not limited to:
R80        Alias information, including:
R81             Name
R82             Moniker
R83             SSN
R84             DOB
R85        Relationship data
         Ability for any associations to be cross-referenced and all MNIs to be
R86
         updated (e.g., juvenile and parent).
         An inquiry on an alias leads to the person's real name in the master
R87
         name index.
         An inquiry on a nickname leads to the person's real name in the master
R88
         name index.
         Ability to query on a name and view all related records, as well as those
R89
         associated with that individual.
R90      Ability to link an existing MNI record to a new entry.
R91      The MNI should capture and maintain information on:
R92        Age
R93        AFIS ID
R94        Alias names/monikers
R95        Alien registration number
R96        As of date
R97        Available mug shot(s) and photographs
R98        Birth city, state and country
R99        Citizenship
R100       Date and time stamp
R101       Date of birth
R102       Department of Correction (DOC) number
R103       Driver's License number and state
R104       Employer information




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R105     FBI number
R106     Flags/caution/codes/officer safety notes
R107     Gang affiliation data, including, but not limited to:
R108       Name of gang
R109       Street/prison
R110       Membership status (active, associate, former)
R111       Length of time in the gang
R112       Gang moniker
R113       Any other required categories
R114     Home address, including unit/apt #, zip code, etc)
R115     Identity theft victim
R116     Juvenile flag
R117     Known associate/family information
R118       Relationship
R119       Name
R120       Address
R121       Telephone
R122     Last modified date
R123     Last modifying jurisdiction
R124     Last modifying user
R125     Marital status
R126     Military ID number
R127     Modus operandi
R128     NCIC fingerprint classification
R129     Occupation
R130     PCN (Process Control Number)
R131     Physical descriptors
R132       Sex
R133       Race (drop down list)
R134       Ethnicity (drop down list
R135       Height
R136       Weight
R137       Build (drop down list)
R138       Hair color (drop down list)
R139       Hair length (drop down list)
R140       Facial hair (drop down list)
R141       Eye color (drop down list)
R142       Teeth (drop down list)
R143       Appearance (drop down list)
R144       Speech (drop down list)
R145       Physical condition (drop down list)
R146       Scars/marks/tattoos (multiple)
R147       Hand preference
R148       Any other required NCIC categories
R149     Physical descriptors must be NCIC compiant
R150     Drop-down menus must be NCIC code




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R151       Record type (officer, adult, juvenile, etc.)
R152       Repeat offender level
R153       School
R154       School address
R155       Sex offender flag
R156       State-specific SID
R157       Social security number
R158       Telephone numbers (home, work, cell)
R159       Work address
         Ability to link to the MNI any above information maintained in a separate
R160
         module.
         Ability to track agency-defined changes for an individual over time for
R161     those pieces of information which are subject to change, including but
         not limited to:
R162       Physical Description
R163          Sex
R164          Height
R165          Weight
R166          Race
R167          Eye color
R168          Hair color
R169          Scars/marks/tattoos
R170          Facial hair color
R171          Agency-defined categories
R172       Address
R173       Phone Number
R174       Driver's license number
R175       Name changes
         Ability to track number of cases, field interviews, etc., that are linked to a
R176
         name.
R177     Ability to support a free-form text field of unlimited length.
R178     Ability to support the following name features:
R179       Hyphens
R180       Single-word names
R181       Apostrophes
R182       Suffixes
R183       Numbers
R184       Multiple word first names
R185       Multiple word last names
         Ability to capture and maintain NCIC-compliant information on scars,
R186
         marks and tattoos, including:
R187       Type (Scar, Mark, Name Tattoo, Picture Tattoo, etc.)
R188       Location
R189       Description
         Ability to mandate that a description is entered when a tattoo type and
R190
         location is entered.




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         Ability to capture an unlimited number of scars, marks and tattoos for
R191
         one person.
R192     Ability to attach a photo of a tattoo to an MNI record.
         Ability to update MNI information (e.g., as information, such as
R193
         addresses, changes).
         Ability to maintain and view old information that has been updated with
R194
         newer information.
R195     Ability to unlink a record from a MNI and link it to another MNI.
R196     Ability to link a MNI record to another MNI record.
R197     Ability to correct incorrect MNI linkages.
R198     Ability to merge two or more MNI records into one record.
R199     Ability to attach a photo to a master name record.
         Ability to remove or override incorrect photo and substitute with correct
R200
         one.
         Ability to store multiple photos for an individual and link them to the
R201
         master name record.
R202     Ability to support, within the MNI, an unlimited number of:
R203       Aliases
R204       Nicknames/monikers
R205       DOBs
R206       SSNs
R207       Driver's license numbers
R208       Associates through the MNI
R209       Addresses
R210       Telephone numbers
R211       E-mail addresses
R212       Scars, marks and tattoos
R213       State ID numbers
R214       PCN (Process Control Number)
         For fields with multiple values, ability for user to indicate the correct
R215
         value versus the alias value.
         Ability to present the user with a list of possible matches to a newly
         entered name so that the user can decide whether the information
R216
         should be linked to an existing master name record or whether a new
         master name entry should be added.
R217     Ability to search the name file by a variety of criteria including:
R218       Sound-alike searching
R219       Phonetic replacement
R220       Diminutive names
R221       Static demographic information (age, sex, race)
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R222 Aliases
R223 Ability to support an unlimited number of monikers.
R224 Ability to support an unlimited number of aliases.
R225
         Ability to support an unlimited number of alias social security numbers.




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R226     Ability to support an unlimited number of alias dates of birth.
         Ability for an alias query to lead to the person's real name in the master
R227
         name index.
         Ability for a moniker query to lead to the person's real name in the
R228
         master name index.
         Ability to combine records of an individual if they have been entered
R229     under different names and track those names as aliases of the
         individual.
         Ability to display and differentiate first known name from all aliases
R230
         associated with an individual.
         Ability to attach additional/multiple identifiers (DOB, SSN, DL, user
R231
         defined, etc.) to the same name/aliases.
         Ability to provide a history of all past personal identifiers associated with
R232
         a name record, including but not limited to:
R233       Addresses
R234       Name changes
R235       Aliases
R236       SSN
R237       DOB
R238       Affiliations
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
R239 Duplicate Records and Name Verification
      Ability to validate name at time of data entry via a name search by exact
R240
      spelling, diminutives, and Soundex search capability.
R241     Ability to add a name to the master name index during name verification.
         Ability to, during name verification, select a name from a drop-down list
R242     of potential name matches and pre-populate fields on the screen with
         information related to that name.
R243     Ability to conduct a Soundex name search on:
R244          Full name
R245          Partial name
R246          Aliases
R247          Monikers
R248     Ability to verify names based on, but not limited to, the following:
R249       Current address
R250       DOB
R251       Driver's license number
R252       Eye color
R253       Full name
R254       Hair color
R255       Height
R256       Race
R257       Sex
R258       SSN
R259       Weight




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R260     Ability to edit names and track all edits.
         During name verification process, ability to display exact names, as well
R261
         as close or near matches.
R262     Ability to identify duplicate entries via a canned report.
R263     Ability to identify duplicate entries via an ad hoc query.
         Ability to designate a range of records to print when printing a duplicate
R264
         entry report (e.g., by letter, page, or name spelling range).
         Ability to provide a utility that combines records of an individual if they
R265     have been entered under different names and to track those names as
         aliases of the individual.
         Ability to provide a utility that combines records of individuals on a batch
R266
         basis based on user-defined criteria.
         Ability to present user with a confirmation question prior to carrying out
R267     request to consolidate records (e.g., will not consolidate unless user
         replies "yes" to "Are you sure you want to consolidate records?").

R268     Ability to separate distinct records previously entered under same MNI.
R269 Ability to cross-reference names and phone numbers.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R270 Master Vehicle Index (MVI)
      Ability to create and maintain master vehicle records for every vehicle
R271
      associated with an event in the RMS.
         Ability for database to accommodate all types of vehicles, which shall be
R272     specified by vehicle type. This includes cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats,
         recreational vehicles, airplanes, tractors, etc.


R273     Information contained in the vehicle database must be linked to all other
         applicable modules to eliminate duplicate entry of information.
         Vehicles linked to an event in the RMS are automatically added to the
R274
         vehicle record in the MVI.
         Upon entry, a vehicle owner's name and identifying information must be
R275
         included in the master name index.
         The system must link all entered vehicles to a registered owner and any
R276
         associated persons and applicable incidents.
         Ability to support all associated NCIC fields associated with boats,
R277     snowmobiles, vehicles and aircraft, including a minimum of, but not
         limited to:
R278        Associated case number(s)
R279        Characteristics
R280        Color(s)
R281        Damage
R282        Disposition of vehicle
R283        License plate number, type, and state




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R284      Make
R285      Model
R286      Body style
R287      NCIC number
R288      Person(s) involved and role
R289      Recovered and recovery location
R290      Registered owner name, address, and telephone number.
R291      Responsible agency and officer
R292      Vehicle Mileage
R293      Stolen
R294      Storage location
R295      UCR/NIBRS status
R296      Towing company, address, phone
R297          Towed to
R298          Towed by
R299          Date towed
R300          Reason towed
R301          Released by
R302          Released to
R303          Release date
R304      Value of damage
R305      Vehicle Identification Number
R306      Year
R307     Ability to associate multiple owners with a vehicle.
R308
         Ability to support a multiple number of values for agency-specified fields.
R309     Ability to search on the following:
R310      Vehicle Identification Number
R311      License plate number
R312      License plate state
R313      License plate year
R314      Registered owner
R315
           Vehicle descriptors (i.e. make, model, year, color, style and attributes)
         Ability for vehicle queries to return a list of all events in which the vehicle
R316
         was involved.
         Ability to display a list of related records by simply accessing the vehicle
R317     record. From that list the user must be able to display all details of the
         records in the list.
R318     Ability to maintain the status history of any entered vehicle.
         Ability to produce a list of stolen vehicles showing relevant information,
R319
         including:
R320          Year
R321          Make
R322          Color
R323          Date stolen




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R324          Description
R325          License plate number
R326          License plate state
R327          Last seen location
R328          Offender Description
R329          Contact
R330          Contact phone number
R331     Ability to show vehicle status (stolen or recovered)
R332     Ability to track:
R333          Date vehicle stolen
R334          Date vehicle reported stolen
R335          Date vehicle recovered
R336          Recovery Location
R337     Ability to track vehicle release status by code/type (agency-defined).
R338 Ability to track impounded vehicles.
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
R339 Master Property Index (MPI) or Database
R340 Ability to capture and maintain stolen property information.

R341     Information contained in the property database must be linked to all
         other applicable modules to eliminate duplicate entry of information.
         Ability to indicate in the RMS that property related to a case (e.g.
R342     evidence) has been entered into the Property Evidence Tracking System
         (PETS)
         MPI records are catalogued by unique property characteristics including,
R343
         but not limited to:
R344       Make
R345       Model
R346       Brand
R347       Description
R348       Distinguishing characteristics
R349       Serial number
R350       Owner-applied number
R351       NCIC Property Type
R352     Code tables reflect most recent NCIC property code values
R353     Ability to search for appropriate NCIC property code.
         Any property records entered throughout the RMS must automatically
R354     cross-reference the MPI to find potential matches based on unique
         property matches.
R355     Ability to link stolen property to case reports.
R356     Ability to query inventoried property (specific or with wild card)
R357     Ability to show property status (stolen or recovered)
R358     Ability to track:
R359          Date property stolen
R360          Date property reported stolen




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R361       Date property recovered
TOTAL                                                                              0              0                    0                 0
R362 Master Location Index (MLI)
R363 Ability to create and maintain a master location index record.
      Ability to support multiple levels of geoverification of addresses (e.g.,
R364
      point layer, street network, etc.)
      Ability to store or have access to additional premise information (e.g.,
R365
      occupancy, elevation, premise type, etc.).
R366 Ability to incorporate premise records that include:
R367    A/B addresses (e.g., 305-A Dogwood Lane)
R368    Apartment building name or number
R369    Apartment number (e.g., ½, #5, 2D, D2)
R370    Block number or address range
R371    Census tract
R372    City
R373    Common place name
R374    County
R375    Crime free multi-housing
R376    Directional suffix
R377    District
R378    Exact address (including ½ addresses)
R379    Hundred blocks
R380    Intersections
R381    Jurisdiction
R382    Latitude/longitude
R383    Limited access roadways and highways
R384    Mile posts
R385    On ramps, off ramps, exit numbers
R386    Partially spelled or misspelled street names
R387    Prefix directional (N, E, S, W, NE, NW, SE, SW)
R388    Pretype
R389    Reporting area
R390    State plane coordinates
R391    Street abbreviation
R392    Street alias
R393    Street name
R394    Street type
        Sub address (e.g., unit number, building floor, apartment number,
R395
        building complex number/letter)
R396    Suffix directional (N, E, S, W, NE, NW, SE, SW)
R397    Train mile post locations
R398    Train track owners
R399    Zip code
R400    Zones
R401 Ability to allow for multiple common names per address.
R402 Ability to enter an address that is not in the geofile.




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         Ability to accept as correct an address or location that matches a unique
R403
         location record in the geofile.
         Ability to present up to ten (10) of the closest possibilities if an address
R404
         does not match a unique geofile location record.
         Ability to log each occurrence of an address override and provide a
R405     means of reporting such occurrences to the system administrator or
         authorized user.
         Ability to display the following geoverification options including, but not
R406
         limited to:
R407        Address
R408        Grids or Sections
R409        Unit Assignment File
R410        Jurisdiction
R411        Commonplace Name
R412        Agency-defined
         Ability for agency to define key words for addresses that are exempt
R413
         from name and address verification processes.
R414     Ability to flag locations, for example Crime free multi-housing, light rail.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R415 Master Organization Index (MOI)
      Ability for database to accommodate all types of organizations, which
R416 shall be specified by organization type. This includes gangs,
      businesses, schools, and shopping centers.
R417 Ability for MOI to capture and maintain information on:
R418    Organization name
R419    Organization type
R420    Organization location
R421    Aliases (i.e. doing business as)
R422    Associated individuals
R423
         Ability to track changes to organization names, locations, or aliases.

R424     Information contained in the organization database must be linked to all
         other applicable modules to eliminate duplicate entry of information.
         Organizations linked to an event in the RMS are automatically added to
R425
         the organization record in the MOI.
         Upon entry, persons associated with an organization must be included in
R426
         the master name index along with any identifying information.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R427 Flags
R428 Ability to create special flags.
R429 Ability to track flags by:
R430   Flag creator
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R432       Flag start date
R433          Flag expiration date
R434          Comments/free form
         Ability for agency to create and define an unlimited number of flag types
R435     along with associated business rules (e.g., length of time before
         expiration by type of flag).
         Ability for any authorized user to create a "flag" or indicate agency-
R436     defined information associated with a subject record (e.g., arson
         registrant, physical handicap, violent offender, etc.).
         Ability to give a flag creator notification prior (user-defined time period)
R437
         to the flag expiration date that the flag will soon expire.
         Ability for any authorized user to sort and prioritize a "flag" associated
R438     with a subject record (e.g., arson registrant, physical handicap, violent
         offender, etc.).
         Ability for any "hit" on a record marked as potentially hazardous vehicle,
R439     person, organization or location to produce a visible (e.g., record is in
         red) or audible (e.g., special beep tone) alarm.
         A user receiving an alarm regarding a potentially hazardous vehicle can
R440
         "drill" down to find the details of that hazard.
         Ability to flag any master vehicle record as containing a vehicle that may
R441     be hazardous for first responder personnel (e.g., has been identified as
         a vehicle involved in a crime).
         A user receiving an alarm regarding a potentially hazardous subject can
R442
         "drill" down to find the details of that hazard.
R443     Ability to generate reports on flagged items by flag type for:
R444       Persons
R445       Locations
R446       Vehicles
         All master records (name, vehicle, organization, location, and gun)
R447     provide a field of unlimited text length to enter comments specifying the
         nature of any hazards associated with that record.
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
R448 Case Reporting
R449 General Functions and Features
      Ability to collect information from either direct entry to the RMS or
R450
      through reports entered in an Automated Field Reporting System.
R451 Ability to capture all information required for UCR reporting.
R452 Ability to capture all information required for NIBRS reporting.
R453 Ability to create a field to track special events.
      Ability to supplement case report data from either direct entry in the
R454 RMS or through fields entered through an Automated Field Reporting
      System.
      Ability for data entered into the case report to automatically populate the
R455
      relevant master index file.
R456
         Ability to enter, as part of the case report, a narrative of unlimited length.




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R457     Ability to view individual case reports (including narrative) on-line.
         Ability to block cases from view and print except by designated users
R458
         (sensitive files)
R459     Ability to print individual case report detail.
R460     Ability to hyperlink amongst report components.
R461     Ability to click on an attached audio recording and hear the recording.
R462     Ability to selectively print case report information.
         Ability to retrieve records by single or combined criteria (e.g., beat,
R463
         incident number, crime classification, time of day, prior arrests, etc.).
         Ability to print case reports with pre-defined fields redacted for public
R464
         release.
         Ability to track all public records requests and all requests for records
R465
         (e.g., public records request log)
R466     Ability to print reports from any screen
R467     Ability to designate a report as releasable through public disclosure
         Ability to establish and track user defined time limits to evaluate report
R468
         for public disclosure release
         Ability to link all forms related to an case (e.g., citations, crash diagrams,
R469
         etc.).
R470     Ability to link all associated reports with a common report number.
         Ability to attach any type of document, including digital recordings,
R471
         photos, video surveillance and scanned documents to any case report.
R472     Ability to attach query returns to any case report.
R473     Ability to search narratives for a specific word or phrase.
         Ability to verify information at report entry with info gathered in CAD
R474
         module
R475     Ability to query reports by typist entering report
R476     Ability to delete report by designated users and track deletions
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
R477 Redaction
      Ability to generate a list of reports to be shared with the media based on
R478
      agency-specified business rules.
R479 Ability to indicate that a report is being printed for public release.
R480
         Ability to designate fields for redaction in reports released to the public.
         Ability to change fields designated for redaction (e.g., if business rules
R481
         change).
         Ability to provide a way to redact information in the narrative portion of
R482
         the case report.
R483     Ability to print a report with the designated information redacted.
R484     Ability to mark report as "edited"
         Ability to mark unedited report as "Criminal Justice Agency copy
R485
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R486 Ability to mark report as "certified copy"
TOTAL                                                                               0              0                    0                 0
R487 Juveniles
      Ability for system to automatically calculate age based on entered DOB
R488
      and notify user if person is a juvenile.
      Ability for system to automatically store the age of a person at the time
R489
      of the incident.
      Ability to distinguish between age at time of incident and age at time of
      case report (i.e., in the event that the crime was committed while person
R490
      was a juvenile but the report was written when the person was no longer
      a juvenile).
      If the DOB indicates a juvenile, ability for system to prompt the data
R491
      entry operator to fill out all juvenile related forms/fields.
      Ability to enter and maintain juvenile information including, but not
R492
      limited to:
R493     Address
R494     Age
R495     Arresting agency
R496     Arresting officer
R497     Charges with narrative
R498     Date of Birth
R499     Date/time
R500     Disposition
R501     Driver's license number
R502     Gang affiliations
R503     Grade
R504     Location
R505     Name
R506     Parent's name
R507     Parent's work phone number
R508     Phone number
R509     Race
R510     Reporting officer
R511     School
R512     Sex
R513     Siblings
R514     SSN
      Ability to enter and maintain juvenile field interrogation data including,
R515
      but not limited to:
R516     Address
R517     Age
R518     Alias
R519     Alternate address (person juvenile living with)
R520     Complexion
R521     Date
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R523       Employment
R524       Eye color
R525       Father's name, address, phone number
R526       Grade
R527       Hair
R528       Height
R529       Item number
R530       Marital status
R531       Mother's name, address, phone number
R532       Name
R533       Narrative of disposition
R534       Narrative of offenses
R535       Phone number
R536       Place of birth
R537       Race
R538       Resides with
R539       School attended
R540       Sex
R541       Weight
         Ability to track information regarding juvenile interrogation/interviews,
R542
         including, but not limited to:
R543       Parental notification
R544       Interrogation time
R545       Breaks
R546       Miranda read? (Y/N)
R547       Others present
         Ability to track information regarding juveniles held in custody, including,
R548
         but not limited to:
R549       Reason in custody (status or criminal offence)
           Length of time in custody (start and finish time as well as date and
R550
           time)
         Ability to track juvenile runaways, returns, bookings, and releases to
R551
         parents.
R552     Ability to mark juvenile records as not releaseable due to court order
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R553     Arrest and Booking
R554     Major Functions and Features
R555     Ability to enter individual and mass arrest information.
R556     Ability to batch enter arrest information.
         Ability to enter mandated information for arrest and citation register (per
R557
         DOJ requirements).
         Ability to link information entered in the arrest database to all other
R558
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R559     Ability to link an arrest report number with an incident report number.
         Ability to present the opportunity for modification of any data populating
R560
         the new arrest record from the RMS.
R561     Data in the arrest module must be linked to the MNI.
R562     Ability to capture and maintain the following booking information:
R563       Name (Last, First, Middle, Suffix)
R564       VP
R565       Alias (unlimited)
R566       Scars, Marks, Tattoos (multiple)
R567       Description of mark (free text field)
R568       Location of mark selected from vendor-supplied NCIC list
R569       Home Address (multiple)
R570       Home Telephone Numbers (multiple)
R571       Driver's license Number
R572       Driver's license State
R573       Bureau/Jacket Number
R574       Race
R575       Gender
R576       Height (feet and inches)
R577       Weight
R578       Hair Color
R579       Eye Color
R580       Age
R581       Date of Birth
R582       Place of Birth
R583       U.S. Citizen (yes/no)
R584       Alien registration number (if not U.S. Citizen)
R585       Social Security Number
R586       Occupation
R587       Employer Name (multiple)
R588       Business Address (multiple)
R589       Business Phone Number (multiple)
R590       Nearest Relative Name
R591       Nearest Relative Relationship
R592       Nearest Relative Address
R593       Nearest Relative Phone Number
R594       Vehicle Color (multiple)
R595       Vehicle Year
R596       Vehicle Make
R597       Vehicle Model
R598       Vehicle Style
R599       Vehicle License Plate No. and State
R600       Location of Vehicle
R601       Disposition of Vehicle
R602       Traffic Accident Report (yes/no)




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R603     Complaint of Illness or Injury (yes/no)
R604     Treatment for Injury (yes/no)
R605     Refused Treatment (yes/no)
R606     On prescription medication (yes/no)
R607     Alcoholic (yes/no)
R608     Using Narcotic (yes/no)
R609     Blood Type
R610     FBI Number
R611     CIS/ACCH No.
R612     Glendale Arrest No.
R613     Jail Booking Number
R614     Arresting Agency
R615     Agency Arrest Number
R616     Arrest Date
R617     Arrest Time
R618     Dr Number (multiple)
R619     Searched By
R620     10-29 (Poitive/Negative)
R621     Arrest Location
R622     Grid/Beat
R623     Arresting Officer Name
R624     Serial Number
R625     Work Unit
R626     Arresting Citizen Name
R627     Miranda Warning (yes/no)
R628     Miranda Warning Waived (yes/no)
R629     Miranda Warning Refused (yes/no)
R630     Wagon Officer Series No. (multiple)
R631     Supervisor Approving Name
R632     Supervisor Approving Serial Number
R633     B.A. Oper. Number
R634     B.A.
R635     Driver's License Status
R636     MVD Information/Check Provided By
R637     DWI Conviction Date(s) (multiple)
R638     Evidence Impound (yes/no)
R639     Evidence Impound Location
R640     Personal Property Impound (yes/no)
R641     Personal Property Location
R642     MCSO ID Codes (multiple)
R643     MCSO ID
R644     Arrest Details (free text field)
R645     Hold (free text field)
R646     Warnings/Cautions (free text field)
R647     Medical Cautions (free text field)
R648     Special Comments (free text field)




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R649     Ability to include multiple count information including:
R650       Count
R651       Charge Description
R652       Vio. Code/ARS/City/ACCH No.
R653       Class
R654       Viol. Date
R655       Warrant/Citation No.
R656       Court Jurisdiction
R657       Bond
R658       Issued by Judge (Name)
R659       Issued Date
R660       Initial Appearance
R661       Preliminary Date
R662       Release Information
R663       Release Date
R664     Booking Date
R665     Booking Time
R666     Booking Day
R667     Booking Cell
R668     Property Locker Number
R669     Reason (free text field)
R670     Booking officer's ID
R671     Booking officer name
R672     Searching Officer's ID
R673     Searching Officer's Name
R674     Search Type (e.g., strip, pat, cavity, etc.)
R675     Photos (yes/no)
R676     Prints (yes/no)
R677     Prisoner Released by (Name)
R678     Releasing Officer's ID
R679     Release Date
R680     Release Time
R681     Release To (Officer Name)
R682     Release To (Officer ID)
R683     Release To (Agency)
R684     Type of mark selected from vendor-supplied NCIC list
R685     Dietary Needs
R686     Transporting officer's department and ID
         Special Identifiers (i.e. career criminal, sex offender) that can be
R687
         selected from a user-defined drop down list)
R688     Gang affiliation
R689     RMS case number
R690     Temporary number for unidentified prisoners
R691     Emergency contact information
R692     Name (Last, First, Middle, Suffix)
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R694        Address
R695        Telephone Numbers (multiple)
R696        Ability to speak and understand English
            Primary language (select from user-defined drop down list; default
R697
            value = English)
R698        AFIS PCN number
         Ability to assign arrest numbers to juveniles such that it is possible to
R699
         distinguish a juvenile arrest from an adult arrest.
         Ability to enter arrest data either directly into the system or remotely via
R700
         the Automated Field Reporting System.
         Ability to associate an arrestee's name or address with all prior contacts,
R701
         arrests, etc.
R702     Ability to automatically flag arrestee as juvenile based on DOB.
         Ability to provide drop down menus as appropriate for data entry (e.g.,
R703
         offense, statute, and UCR/NIBRS codes).
         Ability to automatically populate relevant fields of the arrest module with
R704
         data already in the MNI.
         Ability to flag a prisoner as "in-custody" in the MNI, and then remove the
R705
         flag upon release.
         Ability to automatically populate the relevant fields of the arrest module
R706     when an incident number is entered into an arrest module data entry
         form/screen.
R707     Ability to track arrests and charges.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R708 Warrant Arrest
R709 Ability to trigger a notification to Records of a warrant arrest.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R710 Arrest Queries, Reports, and Output
      Ability to display a list of related records by simply accessing an arrest
R711 record; from that list the user can display all details of the records in the
      list.
R712 Ability to select and print any fields in the arrest record.
      Ability to generate a summary report of all arrests for a user-specified
R713
      time period and geographical area.
      Ability to print mandated statistical, custody and arrest reports for the
R714
      following:
R715     Adult and juvenile reports
R716     Arrest and Citation register
R717     Arrest reports
R718     Citation reports
R719     Domestic violence
R720     Hate crimes
R721     Officer assault
R722     Population
R723 Ability to generate and print an arrest log.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0




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R724     Citations
R725     Ability to maintain and track citation data.
R726     Ability to automatically generate a citation numbering sequence.
         Ability to assign a block of citation numbers to an officer so that an
R727
         officer can write citations off-line for later upload into system.
R728     Ability to assign a unique alphanumeric identifier to each citation.
R729
         Ability to capture and maintain citation data, including, but not limited to:
R730      Traffic or Non-Traffic
R731      Law enforcement ORI
R732      Court ORI
R733      Driver's license number
R734      Driver's license state
R735      Driver's license expiration date
R736      Photo ID on person (yes/no)
R737      Name (last, first, middle)
R738      Address
R739      New Address (yes/no)
R740      City
R741      Statement info
R742      Zip
R743      Employer
R744      Employer location
R745      Date of Birth
R746      Race
R747      Sex
R748      Height
R749      Weight
R750      Eye color
R751      Hair color
R752      Residential phone number
R753      Cell/pager number
R754      Work phone number
R755      Violation date (month, day, year)
R756      Violation time
R757      Interpreter needed (yes/no)
R758      Language spoken (drop down menu)
R759      Violation location (address, mile post marker, city, county )
R760      Vehicle license number
R761      Vehicle license state
R762      Vehicle license expiration date
R763      Vehicle year
R764      Vehicle make, model, style, and color
R765      Trailer license number (multiple)
R766      Trailer license state
R767      Trailer license expiration date




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R768       Trailer year
R769       Trailer make, model, style, and color
R770       Owner/company (if other than driver)
R771       Owner address
R772       Collision information (no, NR, R, I, F)
R773       Intoxylizer breath test (multiple)
R774            Result
R775            Time of test
R776       PBT results (multiple)
R777            Result
R778            Time of test
R779       Commercial vehicle (yes/no)
R780       Hazard placard (yes/no)
R781       Exempt vehicle (farm, R.V., Fire, other)
R782       Violations (multiple)
R783       Domestic violence (yes/no)
R784       Mandatory court appearance (yes/no)
R785       Appearance date (month, day, year, time)
R786       Related citation numbers
R787       Date issued
R788       Issuing officer name and number (multiple)
R789       Court disposition data
         Ability to link name information in the citation modules to the master
R790
         name index.
         Ability to link vehicle information in the citations module to the master
R791
         vehicle index
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
R792 Traffic
R793 General Functions and Features
R794     Ability to enter and retain all data as required by the State of Arizona.
         Ability to link name information in the traffic module to the master name
R795
         index.
         Ability to link vehicle information in the traffic module to the master
R796
         vehicle index
         Names and vehicles entered into the system via the traffic collision and
R797     citations modules are automatically entered into, or updated in, the
         master name and vehicle indices
R798     Ability to maintain agency-defined traffic data elements.
         Ability to query by license plate or partial license plate and get all vehicle
R799
         history in RMS.
R800     Ability to replicate common data fields during entry to avoid retyping.
         Ability to require name and location verification prior to data entry
R801
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         Ability to autopopulate traffic forms with information already in the
R802
         system when a validated name is already in the RMS.
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
R803 Collision Reporting
      Ability to enter and maintain traffic citation/collision information for all
R804
      vehicles involved in an incident.
      Ability to enter all traffic citation/collision information per the ADOT
R805
      collision reporting requirements.
R806     Ability to correlate traffic collisions with specific geographical locations:
R807       Street
R808       Intersection
R809       Mid-block
R810       Common name (park, school, shopping center)
R811       Exact address
R812       Business
         Ability for officer to indicate if follow-up required for hit and run incident
R813
         types.
R814     Ability to provide online tool to draw collision diagrams.
         Ability to import external tools or programs into online tool to draw
R815
         collision diagrams.
R816     Ability to incorporate diagrams (e.g., collision diagrams).
         Ability to scan and/or import diagrams or other documents and attach
R817
         them to a specific record, report, case or incident.
         Ability to print diagrams (and store as images) as part of traffic collision
R818
         report.
         Ability to use agency-defined templates and symbols to assist with
R819
         drawing diagrams.
R820     Ability to support a database of intersection diagrams.
         Ability for system administrator or other authorized user to add, delete,
R821
         and modify fields for collision reporting purposes.
         Ability to enter an unlimited number of persons of any type (e.g.,
R822
         pedestrian, driver, passenger, witnesses) into the collision report.
         Ability to provide a field for damaged property description (e.g., fence,
R823
         mailbox, etc.).
R824     Ability to capture person information for owner of damaged property.

R825     Ability to enter an unlimited number of vehicles into the collision report.

R826     Ability to enter an unlimited number of citations into the collision report.
         Ability to link citations associated with a collision to the case and arrest
R827     reports (e.g., if a collision report is retrieved, it is possible to "click" on
         and view the citation and vice versa).




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         Ability to print a collision face sheet in the vehicle (to give to people
R828
         involved in the incident).
         Ability to print, on the same printer used for citations, a "receipt" with
R829     basic incident information (e.g., for insurance purposes) as defined by
         the user including, but not limited to:
R830          Incident number
R831          Report number
R832          Incident location
R833          Tow information (company, address, contact information)
R834          Officer
R835          Involved persons (multiple)
R836               Name
R837               Contact information
R838               Insurance information
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R839 DUI Reporting
      Ability to capture information required to complete the agency DUI
R840
      Worksheet.
      Ability to capture information required to complete the Arizona
R841 Department of Transportation Admin Per Se/Implied Consent Affidavit
      form.
      Ability to capture information required to complete the Arizona
R842 Department of Public Safety Agency Request for Scientific Examination
      form.
      Ability to enter DUI information into the system one time and
      automatically populate all required forms containing the same
R843
      information (e.g., DUI Worksheet, Admin Per Se/Implied Consent
      Affidavit, traffic citations, accident reports, etc.).
      Ability to print forms that cannot be submitted electronically to external
R844
      agencies.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R845 Impounded Vehicles
      Ability to update ACJIS/NCIC with towed/stored/impounded vehicle
R846
      information.
R847 Ability for application to verify VIN entry for towed vehicles.
R848     Ability to verify license entry through ACJIS/NCIC for towed vehicles.

R849     Ability to track abandoned vehicles that have been marked for towing.
R850     Ability to generate follow-up reports and supplemental reports.
         Ability to send automatic reminders to designated users after agency-
R851
         defined time periods of a vehicle being marked for towing.
R852     Ability to track number of vehicles that are marked for towing.
         Ability to track vehicle information (make, model, plate) for marked or
R853
         towed vehicles.
R854     Ability to track number of vehicles that were actually towed.




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R855     Ability to query all vehicles that have been marked for towing.
R856     Ability to track reason for tow (specific statute).
R857     Ability to automatically require a report if reason for tow is ARS 28-3511.
         Ability to track vehicles actually towed and transfer information to
R858
         ACJIS/NCIC including a minimum of, but not limited to:
R859      Year
R860      Make
R861      Model
R862      License
R863      Date of tow
R864      Time of tow
R865      VIN
R866      Agency-defined criteria
R867     Ability to scan impounded vehicle report and attach to case report.
R868     Ability to print impounded vehicle report in vehicle.
R869     Ability to print multiple copies of impounded vehicle report.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
R870 Traffic Inquiries
R871 Ability to query any traffic-related data field.
      Ability to produce traffic reports based on any combination of the
R872
      following:
R873    Age of individual at time of incident
R874    Agency vehicle involved
R875    Case number
R876    Citation number
R877    Collisions
R878    Date and time
R879    Date range
R880    Day of week
R881    DUI (alcohol/drug-related)
R882    Emergency vehicle involved
R883    Groups (e.g., Traffic, Teams, Units)
R884    High Collision Locations (with user-defined occurrence rate)
R885    Injury type (IBR)
R886    Involved parties names
R887    Item number (Incident number)
R888    Laser
R889    License number
R890    License state
R891    Location/intersection
R892       Intersection
R893       Street
R894       Block range
R895       Beat/sector
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R897          Exact address
R898          Any combination thereof
R899       Officer ID number
R900       Officer name
R901       Physical descriptors (e.g., age, race, gender)
R902       Primary collision factors
R903       Private property (Yes/No)
R904       Radar
R905       Speed
R906       Summary statistics
R907       Total citations issued
R908       Unit type (e.g., bicycle, pedestrian, vehicle, etc.)
R909       Violation type(s)
R910       Violator name
R911       Zones
R912       Agency-defined field
         Ability to check all stolen and recovered vehicles against state and
R913
         federal databases
         Ability to run batch/multiple vehicle queries against state and federal
R914
         databases in order to receive stolen vehicle updates.
R915     Ability to inquire on vehicle information by user definable criteria.
         Ability to search for intersection information regardless of which street
R916
         was entered first in the system (Main/Elm or Elm/Main).
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R917     Line-Ups
R918     Ability to request a mugshot when a query returns a MNI record.
R919     Ability to import photos from external sources.
R920     Ability to pre-select suspect.
         Ability to select whether to print name and other data (law enforcement
R921
         copy) or not (witness copy).
         Ability to enter a photo and produce similar images for photo line-up
R922
         purposes.
R923
         Ability to index photos by basic features including, but not limited to:
R924          Height and weight ranges
R925          Age range
R926          Gender
R927          Glasses
R928          Facial hair
R929          Teeth
R930          Facial shape
R931          Race
R932          Complexion
R933          Hair color
R934          Hair style




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R935          Hair length
R936          Nickname/Moniker
R937          Eye color
R938          Scars
R939          Marks
R940          Tattoos
         Ability to create code tables for basic features where appropriate (e.g.,
R941
         facial shape types, facial hair categories, etc.).
R942     Ability to query all photos by basic features.
         Ability to enter a name and have the mug shot query autopopulate with
R943     physical demographics based on the named subject's demographic
         characteristics.
         Ability to select and print discrete photos to print from mug shot query
R944
         return:
R945       Six, all on one page
R946       Six, each on an individual page
R947     Ability to indicate in which position a suspect should be located.
R948     Ability to change backgrounds of photos so that they all look the same.
R949     Ability to change clothing so that it is uniform from photo to photo.
R950     Ability to prevent juvenile photos from being displayed in adult line-ups.
R951     Ability to change all photos in a line up to black and white.
R952     Ability to save line-ups.
R953     Ability to associate saved line-ups with a case.
R954     Ability to email line-up.
R955     Ability to print line-up.
R956     Ability to crop photos.
R957     Ability to enlarge or reduce photo size.
R958     Ability to maintain audit trails of:
R959          Photo queries
R960          Line Ups
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R961     Case Management
R962     General Functions and Features
         Ability for information contained in the case management module to be
R963     linked to all other applicable modules to eliminate the potential for
         duplicate data entry.
R964     Ability to manage, track, and monitor cases.
         Ability to notify officer/detective and court liaison if submittal paperwork
R965
         not received within user defined time limit for cases in "submitted" status
R966     Ability to capture and track case manager assigned to case.
         Ability to establish case management work flow based on incident type
R967
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         Ability to build case assignment groups (e.g., all investigators or all
R968
         patrol in a given area, etc.).
         Ability to calculate case solvability based on agency-defined criteria,
R969
         including, but not limited to a set of values specified by IBR.
R970 Ability to email electronic subpoenas to officers.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
R971 Case Assignment
         Ability to capture, maintain and track agency-defined case management
R972
         information, including, but not limited to the following information:
R973       Case status within agency (agency-defined)
R974       Assigned to
R975       Assigned date
R976       Review date
R977       Solvability factors
R978     Ability to assign cases to any authorized user.
R979     Ability to track assigned cases.
R980     Ability to maintain an audit trail of case assignments.
R981     Ability for any supervisor to have case management privileges.
R982     Ability for any supervisor to assign any case.
         Ability to automatically route, based on agency-defined criteria (e.g.,
         crime classification), reports to the appropriate investigator supervisor
R983
         and have those reports appear on the supervisor's task management
         screen as unassigned cases.
         Ability for active or reactivated cases to remain as unassigned cases on
R984
         the supervisor's task management screen.
         Ability for supervisors to electronically assign cases to investigators or
R985
         officers in their unit.
         Ability to provide electronic notification to an investigator or officer upon
R986
         a case being assigned to that investigator or officer.
         Ability for supervisors to electronically reassign cases to different
R987
         individuals.
R988     Ability to reassign a case to a different individual.
         Ability to transfer cases between supervisors and then reassign cases to
R989     a different individual under the supervisor to whom the case was
         transferred.
R990     Ability to create case management reports, including:
R991          Number of assigned cases
R992          Number of outstanding cases
R993         Number of cases open beyond agency-defined number of days.
R994     Ability to notify individuals of changes in case assignments.
         Ability to notify supervisors and investigators when there is no activity on
R995
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         Ability to receive a case from the prosecutor's office, assign a case
R996     number to that case, and then assign the case to an investigator or
         officer.
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
R997 Case Monitoring
      Ability for individuals to access a case management screen to monitor
R998
      their own case activity.
R999 Ability to query by case assignment group.
      Ability to see online a summary of all cases sorted by user-defined
R1000
      criteria, including, but not limited to:
R1001   Case number
R1002   Case type
R1003   Offense type
R1004   Assigned to
R1005   Assigned date
R1006   Review date
R1007   Supervisor
        Case status (e.g., filed, active, exceptional, closed, inactive,
R1008
        unfounded, etc.)
R1009 Ability to require supervisor approval to change case status.
      Ability to generate form letters to victims advising them of the status of
R1010
      their cases.
R1011 Ability to track subpoenas by:
R1012   Defendant
R1013   Officer
R1014   Date of appearance
R1015   Case status
R1016 Ability to hyperlink to case report from case management screen.
R1017 Ability to periodically alert supervisor of unassigned cases.
R1018 Ability to set agency-defined review dates for cases.
      Ability to notify the individual to whom a case is assigned of an
R1019
      upcoming review date prior to an agency-defined review date.
      Ability to generate a report of assigned and/ or active cases by individual
      and by agency-defined status (e.g., filed, active, exceptional, closed,
R1020
      inactive, unfounded, etc.) including, but not limited to, the following
      information:
R1021      Assigned and/or active
R1022      Case number, assigned date
R1023      Status
R1024      Blank comment field
R1025      Case disposition
R1026      Case type (e.g., narcotics, burglary, auto theft, etc.),

         Ability to note that a case is not assigned because of unsolvability
R1027
         factors

R1028 Ability to generate a report of case workload by individual.




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R1029 Ability for a supervisor to view:
R1030   Existing assignments
R1031   Shift resources
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1032 Victim Assistance
      Automatically block cases from view and print except by designated
R1033
      users
R1034 Ability to migrate existing RMS data
      Ability to incoporate multiple narrative fields attached to the same victim
R1035
      and/or incidents by the same or other VA caseworkers
R1036 Ability to track multiple individuals in the same incident
      Ability to complete letter templates or create a custom letter by merging
R1037
      names and addresses contained within this category.
      Ability to track specific types of activity (e.g., call outs, sex crimes,
R1038
      crises)
      Ability to track quantitative information per case worker (or volunteer),
R1039
      case, victim, etc. for hours worked and provide totgals
      Ability to track telephonic follow-up, referalls by case worker, victim,
R1040
      report number or referral source.
R1041 Ability to track community outreach incident(s) and time.
R1042 Ability to support multiple users entering records and assessing records.
R1043 Ability to track volunteer activity and time.
      Ability to provide reporting to supervisor(s) of work performed by unit,
R1044
      case worker, volunteer, etc.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1045 Case Investigation
      Ability to temporarily restrict access to specific cases to investigative
R1046
      team (e.g., active drug investigation).
      Ability to lock cases (pending supervisor approval) so that only certain
R1047 approved people can view information in the case and printing restricted
      to those approved.
      Ability to assign case activities to personnel other than the assigned
R1048 investigator (e.g., follow-up interviews, evidence processing, etc.) and
      track those case activities.
      Ability to track multiple offenders within a case, including, but not limited
R1049
      to the following information:
        Case status within prosecution (e.g., filed, received, declined,
R1050
        declined reason)
R1051   Court disposition
        Multiple unlimited length text fields to capture status notes (entries
R1052
        stamped with date, time and operator ID)
R1053 Ability to generate caseload statistics by user-defined date ranges.
R1054 Ability to relate and/or link cases.




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      Ability to notify an individual if a new case is started on a subject,
R1055 vehicle, or location involved in an existing case assigned to that
      individual.
      Ability to set and remove a flag to denote that a person, property or
R1056
      vehicle is being investigated.
      Ability to display an alert indicating that a queried record has been
R1057
      "tagged" for investigative purposes.
      Ability to record an action to be taken when someone makes contact
R1058 with a person under investigation (e.g., notify investigator, hold for
      investigation, etc.).
      Ability to set a time or condition parameter (e.g., case disposed) to
R1059
      remove an investigation flag.
         Ability to notify investigator, by e-mail and/or pager, when a flagged
R1060
         person, property or vehicle is contacted, to include address and location.
      Ability to electronically notify assigned investigator whenever there is an
R1061 activity associated with an active case (e.g., property impounded, field
      interviews, fingerprints, lab results returned, etc.).
      Ability to automatically notify any user of case disposition (e.g.,
R1062
      investigator, evidence, etc.).
R1063 Ability to document case activity, including, but not limited to:
R1064      Collecting evidence
R1065      Developing leads
R1066      Conducting interviews and interrogations
R1067      Requesting warrants
R1068      Writing supplemental reports
R1069      Documenting case notes
R1070      public disclosure release of report
      Ability to limit access to case notes at the user level (e.g., to only the
R1071
      case agent or agents, supervisor, etc.).
R1072 Ability for case agent to search case notes.
R1073 Ability to destroy case notes upon:
R1074      Writing a supplemental report
R1075      Case disposition
      Ability to automatically ask a user, after an agency-defined period of
R1076
      time, if case notes should be destroyed.
R1077 Ability to attach a case report to an electronic subpoena.
R1078 Ability to set a case non-disclosure flag.
R1079 Ability to set a person confidentiality flag.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1080 Case Disposition
      Ability for supervisors to assign a disposition to a case under their
R1081
      supervision.
R1082 Ability to add comments regarding the reason for a case closure.




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      Upon documentation of a case disposition, any property associated with
R1083 the case is flagged as being potentially eligible for release, destruction
      or hold.
R1084 Ability to capture a court disposition per person arrested and per charge.
R1085    Ability to support the reopening of a case.
TOTAL                                                                               0              0                    0                 0
R1086    Sex Offender Tracking
R1087    Ability to track sex offenders.
R1088    Ability to maintain the following information for each sex offender:
R1089         Name (last, first, middle)
R1090         Social security number
R1091         Profile Number (P------)
R1092         Date of Birth
R1093         Home Address
R1094         Work Address
R1095         Height
R1096         Weight
R1097         Level (drop down list)
R1098         Sex (drop down list)
R1099         Race (drop down list)
R1100         Speech (drop down list)
R1101         Physical condition (drop down list)
R1102         Build (drop down list)
R1103         Hair color (drop down list)
R1104         Hair length (drop down list)
R1105         Facial hair (drop down list)
R1106         Eye color (drop down list)
R1107         Teeth (drop down list)
R1108         Appearance (drop down list)
R1109         Modus operandi (drop down list)
R1110         Date registered
R1111         Date updated
              Date review needed (one month prior to date registered/updated
R1112
              and one month later)
R1113         Where convicted
R1114         Year convicted
R1115         Parole, Probation status
R1116         Parole, Probation Officer and contact number
R1117         Terms of Parole, Probation
R1118         Vehicle information
R1119         Scars, marks or tattoos (multiple)
R1120         Suspect actions (drop down list)
R1121         Object of attack (drop down list)
R1122         Comments (unlimited narrative text)
R1123    Sex Offender tracking must be NCIC compliant.




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R1124 Ability to flag sex offenders in the MNI.
R1125 Ability to track law enforcement visits to sex offenders.
R1126 Ability to generate Neighborhood notification flyers
      Ability to track neighborhood notifications (occurrence and date)
R1127
      regarding registered sex offenders.
R1128 Ability to attach documents to sex offender records.
R1129 Ability to attach photos to sex offender records.
      Ability to print a report of sex offenders whose registration date is
R1130
      approaching.
      Ability to generate and print a report showing activity related to sex
R1131 offenders and career criminals (e.g., number of registrations, number of
      visits, number of notifications, etc.).
      Ability to display on a map by sex offender level and by user-defined
R1132
      geographical area:
R1133      Sex offender work addresses
R1134      Sex offender home addresses
TOTAL                                                                              0              0                    0                 0
R1135 Gang Tracking
      Ability to track gangs and members separately in the system per
R1136
      intelligence rules.
R1137 Ability to track the following gang-related data:
R1138   Alliance/origin
R1139   Ethnicity
R1140   Colors
R1141   Locations
R1142   MOs
R1143   Weapons
R1144   Vehicles and roles
R1145   Associated gangs
R1146   Activities
R1147   Members
R1148   Gang and vehicle relationships
R1149   Officer safety threat (flag)
R1150   Moniker
R1151   Member status (active or inactive)
R1152   Gang rank
R1153   Scars, marks or tattoos (multiple)
R1154         Type
R1155         Location
R1156         Description
R1157 Ability to document criteria used to identify individual as a gang member
R1158 Ability to flag open cases as "gang-motivated."
R1159 Ability to flag closed cases as "gang-motivated."
      Ability to autopopulate the gang database with information from the MNI
R1160
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TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R1161 Wants and Warrants
R1162 Major Functions and Features
R1163 Ability to capture and maintain warrant data, including, but not limited to:
R1164   Agency
R1165   Attempts
R1166   Bail amount
R1167   Case number
R1168   Bail type
R1169   Court case number
R1170   Court number
R1171   Crime class
R1172   Date and time issued
R1173   Date and time received
R1174   Date and time returned
R1175   Date expires
R1176   Fingerprint classification
R1177   Extradition
R1178   Issuing court
R1179   Judge
R1180   Local ID
R1181   Miscellaneous field (per NCIC requirements)
R1182   NCIC code
R1183   Offense code
R1184   Offenses
R1185   Process type
R1186   Related case
R1187   Remarks
R1188   Status
R1189   Driver's license number
R1190   Driver's license expiration date and state
R1191   Driver's license state
R1192   Warrant number
R1193   Warrant type
R1194   Warrant category (misdemeanor or felony)
R1195 Ability to query against any combination of above-specified criteria.
      Ability to, upon receipt of electronic warrant from Glendale City Court,
R1196 select an option to populate the ACJIS screen with warrant data (to
      enter warrant into ACJIS).
      Ability to verify a driver's license number entered into the warrant
R1197
      module via an MVD check through ACJIS.
      Ability to add or change warrant data prior to submitting warrant for entry
R1198
      into ACJIS.
R1199 Ability to link warrant to booking charges.
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R1201 Ability to link a photo to a warrant.
R1202 Ability to confirm warrants from within the RMS application.
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
R1203 Receive and Process Warrants
      Ability for active warrants to cause alert flag to be displayed with
R1204 defendant name in master name index and anywhere name appears in
      the system.
      Ability to provide user with option to update ACJIS/ACIC upon warrant
R1205
      entry or update.
R1206 Ability to attach a person record to the warrant.
      Ability to cancel a warrant in ACIC in order to enter a superseding
R1207
      warrant, yet maintain the warrant in the RMS.
R1208 Ability to cancel a warrant entered in error.
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
R1209 Clear Warrant
      Ability to receive from the Court notice of warrant clearance including,
R1210
      but not limited to:
R1211    Date of clearance
R1212    Reason for clearance
R1213 Ability to automatically update ACJIS/ACIC of warrant clearance.
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
R1214 Cancel Warrant
R1215 Ability to cancel warrant and log:
R1216    Date of clearance
R1217    Reason for clearance
R1218 Ability to automatically update ACJIS/ACIC of warrant cancellation.
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
R1219 Update Warrant
R1220 Ability to modify warrant.
R1221 Ability to send updates to ACJIS.
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
R1222 Warrants - Reports and Outputs
R1223 Ability to print warrant abstract/summary information.
R1224 Ability to produce a report showing all warrants by area grid.
R1225 Ability to produce reports listing active warrants showing:
R1226    Warrant date
R1227    Defendant name
R1228    Bail amount
R1229    Type
R1230 Ability to generate and print a warrant history for a subject.
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
R1231 Restraints and Orders of Protection
      Ability to record orders of protection in the system, including, but not
R1232
      limited to, the following information:
         Type of order (e.g., no trespass, orders of protection, injunctions
R1233
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R1234      Complainant (petitioner)
R1235      Defendant (respondent)
R1236      Other protected people
R1237      Locations
           Associated court and LE case numbers (free text field to
R1238
           accommodate multiple formats)
R1239      Terms
R1240      Date of service
R1241      Clearance date, person, reason
R1242      Conditions, including:
R1243        Issuing authority
R1244        Effective time period
R1245        Location
R1246        Restrictions
R1247        Type of contact prohibited (free form text narrative field)
R1248        Arrest clause (y/n)
R1249        Civil or criminal?
R1250 Ability to attach a photo to a restraint or order of protection document.
         Ability to capture and maintain all protection order data required by
R1251
         ACJIS/NCIC.
         Ability to populate restraint or order with standard language upon
R1252
         entering NCIC code.
         Ability to provide user with option to update ACJIS/NCIC upon entry or
R1253
         update of a protection order.
         Ability to attach a flag to a person in the MNI if a protection order against
R1254
         that person exists in the system.
         Ability to change an order from temporary to permanent order and
R1255
         update NCIC accordingly.
R1256    Ability to scan a protection order and attach to a record.
R1257    Ability to track due diligence/service attempt history.
R1258      Date of attempt
R1259      Time of attempt
R1260      Location of attempt
R1261      Person(s) contacted
R1262      Attempt successful (y/n)
R1263      Officer attempting service
R1264      Number of attempts
R1265      Located outside of jurisdiction (y/n)
R1266      Extradition refused by District Attorney
R1267      Comments
R1268    Ability to link restraints and protection orders to MNI.
R1269    Ability to link a trespass order to a location.
         Ability to access trespass orders from within the CAD application (e.g.,
R1270
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      Ability to maintain history of protection orders for individuals (victims and
R1271
      defendants).
      Ability to update address upon learning of new address (e.g., when
R1272
      attempting to serve).
R1273 Ability to print for a given location, who is excluded from the area.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1274 Pawns
R1275 Ability to track pawn transactions in the system:
R1276    Transaction type
R1277    Transaction date and time
R1278    Pawnbroker
R1279    Pawner
R1280    Article information
R1281      Make
R1282      Model
R1283      Style
R1284      Description
R1285      NCIC type
R1286      Owner applied number
           Owner identity documentation (i.e. driver's license number and
R1287
           state)
R1288      Serial number/VIN
R1289      Color
R1290      Condition
R1291      Value
      Ability to upload pawn transactions from pawn tickets submitted
R1292
      electronically by pawn shop owners.
      Ability to initiate an ACJIS/NCIC property inquiry upon entry of a pawned
R1293
      item.
      Ability to automatically initiate an ACJIS/NCIC person inquiry upon entry
R1294
      of a pawned item owner.
      Ability to enter pawned items into ACJIS/NCIC from within the pawn
R1295
      module.
R1296 Ability to put a "do not pawn" flag on a name in the MNI.
      Ability to generate and print a list of people who have "do not pawn"
R1297
      flags attached to their records.
R1298 Ability to attach documents and images to pawn records.
      Ability to generate and print reports comparing pawned items by user
R1299 selected criteria with other property records (e.g., stolen) in the system
      to identify possible matches.
         Ability to generate and print a report showing people who have made
R1300
         multiple pawn transactions within a user-defined period of time.

         Ability to generate and print a report showing the top ten pawners by a
R1301
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TOTAL                                                                            0              0                    0                 0
R1302 Personnel
      Ability to maintain and track personnel information, including, but not
R1303
      limited to the following information:
R1304    Address (minimum of two addresses)
R1305    Commission date
R1306    City hire date
R1307    Badge Number
R1308    Call Sign
R1309    Certifications (user-defined, allow multiple)
R1310    City Employee Number
R1311    Commendations
R1312    Current assignment
R1313    Date of Birth
R1314    Degree(s) Attained
R1315    Digital Photographs
R1316    Division
R1317    Driver's License Number
R1318    Emergency information:
R1319      Blood type
R1320      Emergency contact information
R1321      More than one emergency contact
R1322      Relationship to emergency contact
R1323      Next of kin
R1324    Next appraisal/review date
R1325    Special instructions
R1326    Special medical conditions
R1327    Special notifications
R1328    Separation date
R1329    Height
R1330    Hire date
R1331    Last Background Check Date
R1332    Marital Status
         Multiple phone numbers, with extension, including work, home, pager,
R1333
         cellular
R1334    Name (First, Last, Middle, Suffix)
R1335    Position Number (Seniority)
R1336    Assignment History (position, date in and date out)
R1337    Promotion/demotion history (date, rank, reasons)
R1338    Rank
R1339    Rank date
R1340    Social Security Number
R1341    Special pay categories
R1342    Special skills (languages, etc.)
R1343    Spouse Contact Information
R1344    Arizona State Identification Number




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R1345   Current assignment (date)
R1346 Ability to maintain multiple special skills.
R1347 Ability to access personnel data from CAD, including:
R1348      Contact information
R1349      Emergency contact information
R1350      Special skills
      Ability automatically calculate next review date based on agency-defined
R1351
      review cycle.
      Ability to alert supervisors of upcoming annual review deadlines (based
R1352
      on review cycle, not actual date of previous review).
R1353 Ability to alert supervisors of upcoming recertification deadlines.
         Ability to account for unemployment periods (e.g., personnel who leave
R1354
         the Department for a period of time and are rehired at a later date).

         Ability to generate and print an overall personnel roster, sorted on user-
R1355
         defined criteria, containing agency-defined information.
R1356    Ability to query personnel records by any personnel field.
R1357    Ability to quickly query personnel records by the following:
R1358     Name
R1359     Longevity
R1360     Length of time in current assignment
R1361     Special skills
R1362     ID number
R1363     Team
R1364     Unit/Division
R1365     Station assignment
R1366    Ability to provide quick access to officer phone numbers.
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R1367    Scheduling and Assignment
         Ability to create and maintain a schedule by agency-defined criteria,
R1368
         including, but not limited to, the following information:
R1369      Division
R1370      Shift
R1371      Unit
R1372      Individual identifier
R1373    Ability to create and maintain special assignments in the schedule.
         Ability for each agency to enter and maintain various shift types (5 x 8, 4
R1374
         x 10, varied, etc.).
R1375    Ability to see past schedules.
R1376    Ability to record employee assignments in the schedule.
         Ability to "drag and drop" assignment changes (i.e., drag and drop an
R1377
         employee on a schedule slot for assignment to that slot).
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R1379 Ability to date and time stamp changes made to officer assignments.
         Ability to automatically update an employee's personnel record when
R1380
         assignment changes.
         Ability to maintain a daily roster including, but not limited to, the following
R1381
         information:
R1382       Employee ID
R1383       Name
R1384       Shift
R1385       Roster
R1386       Assignment
R1387       Vehicle assignment
R1388       Special capabilities or skills (e.g., language, SWAT, CISM)
R1389       Other assigned equipment (multiple)
R1390       Station ID
R1391       Date range
R1392       Beginning hours
R1393       Ending hours
R1394       Date
R1395       Off-duty
R1396       Vacation
R1397       Personal day
R1398       Comp time
R1399       Sick time
R1400       Military leave
R1401       Administrative leave
R1402       Leave of absence
R1403       Sabbatical
R1404       School/training
R1405       Light duty
         Ability to identify staffing short-falls in the roster (based on specified
R1406    staffing level requirements for specific day, time, day of week, shift,
         etc.).
         Ability to run reports comparing who actually worked versus who was
R1407
         scheduled to work.
         Ability to maintain in the roster the maximum number of positions
R1408
         allowed for time off for a given shift assignment.
         Ability to identify which shifts required overtime to meet minimum
R1409
         staffing requirements.
R1410    Ability for employees to query their own schedules.
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
R1411    Training
R1412    General Functions and Features
R1413    Ability to establish training programs per agency.
R1414    Ability to add user-defined fields.
R1415    Ability to attach files or associate URL to course definitions.




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R1416 Ability to assign (schedule) participants to a class.
      When participants are confirmed to have completed a class, the system
R1417
      automatically updates their training records.
      Ability to define job categories (or classifications) and associate training
R1418
      requirements to them. (e.g. SWAT, Traffic, etc.)
      Ability to assign personnel to one or more job categories. Job
R1419 categories are a way to group training requirements and individuals. An
      individual may be qualified for multiple job categories.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R1420 Individual and Job Category Training Records
      Ability to maintain and track general training information for an
R1421
      individual, including, but not limited to:
R1422   Name
R1423   Employee ID
R1424   Group affiliation (multiple)
R1425   Education history detail:
R1426      School
R1427      Number of units
R1428      Years attended
R1429      Degree(s) attained
R1430   Special skills/qualifications
R1431   Training certifications (multiple):
R1432      Certification/license type
R1433      Date obtained
R1434      Date of expiration
R1435      Endorsements
R1436      Remarks
R1437   Courses and seminars attended (multiple):
R1438      Dates
R1439      Course name/title
R1440      Course number
R1441      Date training started (if applicable)
R1442      Date training ended
R1443      Proficiency vs. Continuing
R1444      Hours completed
R1445      Location
R1446      Instructor
R1447      Instructor/school
R1448      Certification number
R1449      Completion status
R1450      Grade received (P, F or completed)
      Ability to track training history of each member belonging to specified job
R1451
      category. Must be searchable in multiple ways.
      Ability to scan and attach images (e.g., certificates) to training records.
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R1453 Ability to link training certifications to personnel records.
      Ability to track firearms qualifications (e.g., trigger notification to
R1454
      employees and supervisors of upcoming qualifications).
      Ability to generate and print reports showing personnel who failed
R1455 firearms qualifications. Must be able to reflect multiple failed
      proficiencies.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
R1456 Training Tracking
      Ability to track mandatory training requirements for each position/rank or
R1457
      team affiliation.
R1458 Ability to track mandatory training for each job category.
      Ability to generate and print reports indicating upcoming training needs
R1459
      (i.e., who needs what training by what date).
      Ability to track on-going mandatory training and notify supervisors of
R1460
      officers who have not completed mandatory training.
      Ability to alert users and supervisors of upcoming certification
R1461
      expirations.
      Ability to track total training hours by user defined fields including but not
R1462
      limited to the following:
R1463    Discipline
R1464    Division
R1465    Individuals
R1466    Position
R1467    Rank
R1468    Shift
R1469    Station
R1470    Team
      Ability to track follow-up training for personnel who do not pass
R1471
      certification tests.
R1472 Ability to Cancel/Reschedule class or attendee
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
R1473 On-line Training Inquiries
R1474 Ability to view individual training records at remote work stations.
R1475 Ability to retrieve training records by:
R1476    Name
R1477    Employee ID
R1478    Training type
R1479    Instructor
R1480    Agency
R1481    Course
R1482    Course date
R1483    Certifications
      Ability to query training schedules based on a user-defined date range
R1484
      for a group or individual.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
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R1486 Ability to display or print class roster information, including:
R1487   Date for each class/program
R1488   List of all participants, station/shift
R1489   Grade information
R1490   Instructor name
R1491 Ability to produce training records for:
R1492   Certified classes
R1493   College unit classes for credit
R1494   State or national academy classes
R1495 Ability to print a summary of training activity by:
R1496   Individual (by Name and/or Employee ID#)
R1497   Training type
      Ability to display an individual's training history in reverse chronological
R1498
      order (most recent first).
      Ability to display or print an individual training summary report for a user-
R1499
      defined date range, including:
R1500   Employee information
R1501
          All drills completed, with hours attended and instructor evaluations
          All training classes completed, with hours attended and instructor
R1502
          evaluations
R1503    Ability to display or print the following:
R1504     Employees by certification
R1505     Certification renewals by date
R1506     Instructor certifications
R1507     List of individuals that have not completed specific training
         Ability to generate summary reports for individuals that are certified,
R1508
         uncertified, due for certification, and overdue for certification.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1509 Officer Activity Log
      Ability to capture and maintain agency-defined officer activity
R1510
      information, including, but not limited to:
R1511      Arrests
R1512      Citations
R1513      Self-initiated activity
R1514      Dispatched activity
R1515 Ability to track the following call information:
R1516      Call type
R1517      Dispatch time
R1518      Call received time
R1519      Arrival time
R1520      Call clearance time
R1521      Disposition
      Ability for CAD Call for Service information to automatically populate and
R1522
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         Ability for officers to add to their logs information that does not come
R1523
         from CAD.
         Ability to track officer time spent on agency-defined events (e.g.,
R1524    community meetings, training, foot patrol, special events, etc) for
         statistical purposes (e.g. internal or grant related).
         Ability to track "hold-over" time (time officer held on-duty past end of
R1525
         shift).
R1526    Ability to generate reports summarizing patrol activity by:
R1527      Individual
R1528         Division
R1529         Timeframe (e.g., hour range)
R1530         Unit/Squad
R1531         Shift
R1532         Officer activity
R1533         Self-initiated versus dispatched activity
R1534         Date range
R1535         Activity type
         Ability to account for number of days working in summary statistics (e.g.,
R1536
         arrests/day; tickets/day; etc.).
R1537    Ability to generate reports itemizing patrol activity by:
R1538      Type of crime
R1539      Date range
R1540      Officer discretionary time
R1541      Response times (based on dispatch, received, and arrival times)
R1542    Ability to query individual officer activity by:
R1543         Officer name
R1544         Officer ID
R1545         Beat
R1546         Reporting district
R1547         Date/Time range
R1548         Incident type
R1549         Shift
R1550         Unit/Squad
R1551         Unit ID (call sign)
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1552 Crime Analysis
R1553 Crime Analysis General Functions and Features
      Ability to access crime analysis module from any computer on the
R1554
      system, including vehicle and desktop computers.
      Ability to run any crime analysis query at any time. (including incomplete
R1555
      reports)
R1556 Ability to run any crime analysis report at any time.
      Ability to use mapping features on any computer in the system, including
R1557
      vehicle and desktop computers.
      Ability to schedule crime analysis reports to automatically run and be
R1558
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R1559 Ability for officers to do "on the fly" crime mapping.
      Ability to alert specific individuals (agency-defined) when crime activity
R1560
      exceeds an agency-defined level for a given:
R1561   Incident type
R1562   Location by user-defined geographic boundaries
R1563   User-defined period
R1564 Ability to create regularly scheduled statistical reports.
R1565
      Ability to create temporary data files for inquiry returns and manipulation.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R1566 Crime Activity Analysis
      Ability to track and analyze activity by any combination of multiple data
R1567
      elements, including, but not limited to the following:
R1568   Address range
R1569   Agency
R1570   Business name
R1571   Crime target (e.g., victim, business, property type, etc.)
R1572   Criminal activity
R1573   Date range
R1574   Day of week
R1575   Evidence
        Free form additional information field (e.g., statements, descriptive
R1576
        information)
R1577   Hate/bias
R1578   Method of entry
R1579   Method of exit
R1580   Modus Operandi
R1581   Officer
R1582   Point of entry
R1583   Point of exit
R1584   Premise type
R1585   Property type involved
R1586   Reporting district
R1587   Shift/squad
R1588   Specific location
R1589   Stolen vehicle recovery location
R1590   Suspects information
R1591   Target
R1592   Time of day range
R1593   Type of crime
R1594   Vehicle
R1595   Victim/suspect relationship
R1596   Weapon used
R1597   Any combination of above elements
R1598 Ability to present crime statistics in graphical format:
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R1600  Bar graphs
R1601  Pie charts
R1602  Density maps
R1603  Line graphs
R1604  ESRI based, State Plane coordinate mapping displays
R1605 Ability to calculate percentage of total crimes for a given period by:
R1606  Reporting District
R1607  Beat
R1608  Unit
R1609
         Ability to calculate percentage change in crime from a prior given period.
R1610 Ability to create a report of criminal activity based on a specific location.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1611 Map Analysis
R1612 Ability to put an interactive crime map on a city website.
      Ability for public to select criteria to generate crime maps on the city
R1613
      website.
R1614 Ability for the public to select criteria to generate a list of crimes.
R1615 Ability to plot crime data on a map of the service area.
R1616
      Ability to drill down for crime details from any crime plotted on the map.
R1617 Ability to identify "hot spots" on a map.
      Ability to drill down on a map location for access to detailed incident
R1618
      history, premise history, etc.
R1619 Ability to conduct a radius search on a map.
      Ability to easily add any additional data to the map that the search
R1620
      process did not pick up (e.g., due to cases not being entered, e.g.)
R1621 Ability to easily print maps at any point during the drill down.
      Ability to select a defined geographical area on a map and display any
R1622
      combination of the following for a user-defined time range:
R1623   Collisions
R1624   Crime type
R1625   Case status
R1626   Arrests
R1627   Field interviews
R1628   Citations
R1629   Traffic stops
      Ability to use a "brush tool" to define a geographical area on a map for
R1630
      analysis.
R1631 Ability to import symbol sets.
R1632 Ability to print map to different sizes.
R1633 Ability to export map to different file types.
      Ability to display standard map elements (e.g., scale bar, north arrow,
R1634
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      Ability for agency to define its own pin map icons (size, color, symbols,
R1635
      etc.).
R1636 Ability to use different icons to display different crime types.
      Ability to use graduated symbols (e.g., size, color, etc.) to indicate that
      multiple crimes occurred in one specific location (e.g., one location, an
R1637
      apartment building) and that the user can either zoom in on the map or
      drill down to.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R1638 RMS Query Features
      Ability to be presented with a list of all internal and external databases
R1639
      available for query.
      Ability for user to select which internal and external databases should be
R1640
      included in a query.
      Ability to query all available internal and external databases via one
R1641
      query request from the RMS.

R1642 Ability to define defaults for which databases are automatically queried
      (e.g., pre-selected databases that can be "un-selected" by the user).
R1643 Ability to query any RMS field by:
R1644   An individual or combination of fields
R1645   Partial information
R1646   Case number
R1647   Offense code
R1648 Ability to use wild card characters in searches.
R1649 Ability to search on ranges (e.g., age range, date range, etc.).
R1650 Ability to enter and query narrative text.
      Ability for user to bring up a "search form" that contains all searchable
R1651 fields. The user should then be able to fill in any search criteria (e.g.,
      field values or ranges) and use logical Boolean criteria where applicable.
         Ability to use Boolean or mathematical functions (e.g., greater than,
R1652
         equal to, less than) via drop lists to create RMS queries.
         Ability to quickly query any field by date and time (e.g., via a "quick
R1653
         query" function key when cursor is on the field).
R1654    Ability to query on aliases, nicknames, and monikers.
         Ability for a name search query return to contain everything known about
R1655
         person in the system, including, but not limited to:
R1656      Person associations
R1657      Probation status
R1658      Vehicles
R1659      Locations
           Contacts/involvements (e.g., Field Investigation, arrest, traffic stop,
R1660
           etc.)
R1661      Other incidents
           All personal and identifying information (e.g., driver's license, SSN,
R1662
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R1663      Photos
R1664      Aliases, nicknames, and monikers
         Ability to limit queries to certain types of records (e.g., only field contact
R1665
         cards).
R1666    Ability to search for SMTs using keywords or descriptive phrases.
R1667    Ability to search for SMTs based on:
R1668         Type
R1669         Location
R1670         Description
         Ability for a query run on any personal information (driver's license,
R1671    name, date of birth, social security number) to return everything known
         about that person in the system.
         Ability for a vehicle search query return to contain everything known
R1672
         about that vehicle in the system, including, but not limited to:
R1673      Person associations and related information
R1674      Locations
           Contacts/involvements (e.g., Field Investigation, arrest, traffic stop,
R1675
           etc.)
R1676    Ability to search for vehicles by:
R1677      License plate number
R1678      Partial license plate number
           Partial license plate number with wild card characters for unknown
R1679
           characters
R1680      VIN
R1681      Partial VIN
R1682      Partial VIN with wild card characters for unknown characters
         Ability for a location search query return to contain everything known
R1683
         about that location in the system, including, but not limited to:
R1684      Person associations and related information
R1685      Incidents
         Ability for a property search query return to contain everything known
R1686
         about that location in the system, including, but not limited to:
R1687      Person associations and related information
R1688      Locations
           Contacts/involvements (e.g., Field Investigation, arrest, traffic stop,
R1689
           etc.)
R1690      Associated cases/reports
R1691    Ability to search for articles:
R1692      By any property field
R1693      Using text search
         Ability for associations to be hyperlinked so that users can drill for
R1694
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         Ability for returns to be in a summary form with hyperlinks so that users
R1695
         can drill into returns for more detail on incidents or associations.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R1696 Supplies and Equipment Inventory
R1697 Inventory Records
      Ability to maintain inventory records for perpetual supplies, resource
R1698
      materials, personal equipment and department assets.
R1699       Perpetual supplies
R1700       Resource materials
R1701       Personal equipment
R1702       Department Assets
      Ability to track the total cost of supplies, equipment, and materials
R1703
      issued by time period and by division.
      Ability to track the ordering and inventory of supplies, including, but not
R1704
      limited to, the following:
R1705    Asset tag number
R1706    Serial number
R1707    Budget account number
R1708    Disposal date
R1709    Inventory number (e.g., Bar code)
R1710    Item description
R1711    Location
R1712    Minimum stock level (reorder point)
R1713    Ordered by
R1714    Quantity in inventory
R1715    Quantity on order
R1716    Reorder quantity
R1717    Unit cost
R1718    Unit of measure
      Ability to capture, maintain, and track firearms and ammunition assigned
R1719
      to personnel, including, but not limited, to the following information:
R1720    Agency defined identification number
R1721    Serial number
R1722    Budget account number
R1723    Date issued
R1724    Employee ID
R1725    Employee name (assigned to)
R1726    Inspected by
R1727    Inspected date
R1728    Issued by
R1729    Quantity issued
R1730    Received by
         ACJIS codes identifiers (model, make , serial number, caliber, color)
R1731
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         Ability to capture, maintain and track equipment assigned to personnel,
R1732
         including, but not limited to, the following:
R1733      Serial number
R1734      Budget account number
R1735      Category
R1736      Comments
R1737      Condition
R1738      Cost
R1739      Date of issuance
R1740      Date of purchase
R1741      Date of return
R1742      Description
R1743      Disposal date
R1744      Inventory number (e.g., Bar code)
R1745      Issued to (employee ID and name)
R1746      Model
R1747      Replacement date(s)
R1748      Service date
R1749      Calibration date
R1750      Serial number
R1751      SIM #
R1752      Size
R1753      Status (lost, decommissioned, etc.)
R1754      Tag number
         Ability to assign multiple pieces of the same type of equipment an
R1755
         individual.
         Ability to track multiple pieces of the same type of equipment assigned
R1756
         to one individual.
         Ability to automatically generate and print, at a user-defined interval,
         reports listing equipment due for servicing during a user-defined time
R1757
         period (e.g. generate a report on the first of every month for equipment
         that needs to be replaced by the end
         Ability to automatically generate and print, at a user-defined interval,
         reports listing equipment due for replacement during a user-defined time
R1758
         period (e.g. generate a report on the first of every month for equipment
         that needs to be replaced by the end
         Ability to automatically generate and print, at a user-defined interval,
         reports listing equipment overdue for replacement (e.g. generate a
R1759
         report on the first of every month for equipment for which replacement is
         overdue).
         Ability to automatically notify individuals that their equipment is due for
R1760
         replacement.
      Ability to capture, maintain, and track department assets assigned to
R1761 vehicles, stations, and departments (e.g. computers, video cameras,
      etc.) including, but not limited to, the following information:
R1762      Asset tag number




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R1763   Bar code number
R1764   Brand
R1765   Budget account number
R1766   Classification
R1767   Cost
R1768   Date issued/acquired
R1769   Description
R1770   Diameter
R1771   Equipment type
R1772   Length
R1773   Location in station
R1774   Location on vehicle
R1775   Manufacturer
R1776   Model
R1777   Part number
R1778   Serial number
R1779   Size
R1780   Station/company assigned to
R1781   Vehicle assigned to (e.g., Vehicle ID)
R1782   Warranty information
      Ability to easily transfer equipment to a different vehicle/location without
R1783 re-keying descriptive data (e.g. drag and drop or a quick transfer
      function).
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R1784 Bar Code Tracking System
      Ability to manage and track inventory using a bar code system including,
R1785
      but not limited to, the following functions:
R1786   Perform a mass update
R1787   Locate item by bar code
R1788   Generate bar code
R1789   Read bar code using remote, hand-held device
R1790     Track specific item information (e.g., description, quantity, status, etc.)
      Ability to automatically update (e.g., download) inventory information
R1791
      into system.
R1792 Ability to print bar code labels
R1793 Ability to provide inventory management using a bar code system
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R1794 Ordering
      Ability to maintain ordering information including, but not limited to,
R1795
      vendor information, pricing, and order times.
      Ability for authorized individuals to generate internal requisitions for
R1796
      supplies based on information in the system.
R1797 Ability to assign a unique sequential requisition number.
      Ability for designated individuals to review and approve requisitions on-
R1798
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R1799 Queries and Reports
      Ability to produce monthly reports on current inventory and monetary
R1800
      value.
      Ability to query, display and print inventory lists, including details and
R1801
      summary costs, for a user-defined time period by:
R1802   Location
R1803   Item
R1804   Employee
R1805   Division
      Ability to query, display and print detailed lists of personal equipment
R1806
      issued by:
R1807   Employee ID Number
R1808   Division assigned
R1809 Ability to query, display, and print firearms equipment lists.
      Ability to display and print equipment inventory by agency-defined
R1810
      location.
R1811 Ability to query, display and print master equipment list, sorted by:
R1812      Vehicle ID
R1813      Equipment ID
R1814      Serial number
R1815 Ability to query inventory records by:
R1816   Item number
R1817   Bar code number
R1818   Item name/description/serial number
R1819   Employee ID number
R1820   Employee name
R1821   Division
R1822   Location
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
R1823 General Jail Functions and Features
      Ability to control the order of information entry by an agency-defined
R1824
      predetermined sequence.
R1825 Ability to designate mandatory fields.
      Ability to reject an entry if it is inconsistent with requirements for data
R1826
      entry.
      Ability to present an error message indicating the reason an entry was
R1827
      rejected.
      Ability to return to a previously processed screen to add optional
R1828
      information.
      Ability to return to a previously processed screen to modify previously
R1829
      entered information.
      Ability to prevent modification of previously stored information if the
R1830 modification is inconsistent with requirements for data entry. (restricted
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      Ability to cancel, with one key stroke, an action at any time prior to
R1831
      completion of the action. (with warning prompt)
      Ability to autopopulate all date and time fields with date and time stamp
R1832
      (e.g., booking date and time or release date and time).
R1833 Ability to override date and time stamp if making a retroactive entry.
R1834 Jail application is NCIC-compliant at both the application and field levels.
      Ability to provide updates to maintain system compliance with NCIC
R1835
      standards at no cost to agency.
R1836 Data should be entered one time into system (i.e. there is no duplicate
R1837 data entry).
      Ability to provide values for NCIC fields.
R1838 Ability to provide access to RMS data to authorized Jail personnel.
R1839 Ability to limit RMS data that authorized Jail personnel have access to.
      Ability for authorized Records personnel to selectively remove a booking
R1840 record and all associated records including, but not limited to events,
      alerts, hazards, and incident reports.
      Ability to retrieve all records that reference a booking number, case
      number or citation number for which a booking is to be removed and
R1841
      expunge all references to the named individual. This may include
      redacting incident narratives.
R1842 Ability to access ACJIS/NCIC from within Jail.
      Ability to update Master Name Index (MNI) with all person information
R1843
      collected in the Jail.
R1844 Ability for authorized Records personnel to expunge booking records.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R1845 Inmate Booking
R1846 General Inmate Booking Features
      Information contained in the Jail is linked to all other RMS modules with
R1847 person information to eliminate the potential for duplicate entry of name
      information.
      Ability for booking and release information to automatically update the
R1848
      MNI.
      Ability to indicate to the booking officer the current status of a booking,
R1849 and identify outstanding information/tasks required to complete the
      booking process.
         Ability to accommodate multiple bookings occurring at the same time by
R1850
         the same person either on one workstation or on multiple workstations.
R1851 Ability to accept an electronic pre-booking form.
      Ability to populate initial booking screen with information from the
R1852
      electronic booking form. (including from mobile and remote locations)
      Ability to retrieve information already in system (e.g., CAD or RMS) and
R1853
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         Ability to search Jail records to determine if a person is already in the
R1854
         system.
         Ability to selectively re-use information from a past booking for the same
R1855
         person.
         Ability to electronically send pre-booking information to Maricopa County
R1856
         Sheriff's Office (MCSO)
R1857    Ability to override any value in any pre-populated field.
         Ability for system to flag auto-populated data fields, and then remove the
R1858
         flag once the user accepts the information.
R1859 Ability to delete a booking made in error (with appropriate security level).
R1860 Ability to record a reason for the booking deletion in the audit trail.
      Ability to generate a report showing deleted bookings for a user-defined
R1861
      date and time range and includes the following fields:
R1862    Booking number
R1863    Booking name
R1864    Operator ID/name
R1865    Time and date stamp
R1866    Reason for deletion
R1867 Ability to transfer booking information to AFIS for fingerprinting.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
R1868 Data Entry
      Ability to maintain the following booking information including, but not
R1869
      limited to:
R1870    Name (Last, First, Middle, Suffix)
R1871    Violence Potential (VP)
R1872    Alias (unlimited)
R1873    Scars, Marks, Tattoos (multiple)
R1874    Description of mark (free text field)
R1875    Location of mark selected from vendor-supplied NCIC list
R1876    Home Address (multiple)
R1877    Home Telephone Numbers (multiple)
R1878    Driver's license Number
R1879    Driver's license State
R1880    Bureau/Jacket Number
R1881    Race
R1882    Gender
R1883    Height (feet and inches)
R1884    Weight
R1885    Hair Color
R1886    Eye Color
R1887    Age
R1888    Date of Birth
R1889    Place of Birth
R1890    U.S. Citizen (yes/no)
R1891    Social Security Number




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R1892    Occupation
R1893    Employer Name (multiple)
R1894    Business Address (multiple)
R1895    Business Phone Number (multiple)
R1896    Nearest Relative Name
R1897    Nearest Relative Relationship
R1898    Nearest Relative Address
R1899    Nearest Relative Phone Number
R1900    Vehicle Color (multiple)
R1901    Vehicle Year
R1902    Vehicle Make
R1903    Vehicle Model
R1904    Vehicle Style
R1905    Vehicle License Plate No. and State
R1906    Location of Vehicle
R1907    Disposition of Vehicle
R1908    Complaint of Illness or Injury (yes/no)
R1909    Treatment for Injury (yes/no)
R1910    Refused Treatment (yes/no)
R1911    On prescription medication (yes/no)
R1912    Alcoholic (yes/no)
R1913    Using Narcotic (yes/no)
R1914    FBI Number
R1915    CIS/ACCH No.
R1916    Glendale Arrest No.
R1917    Jail Booking Number
R1918    Arresting Agency
R1919    Agency Arrest Number
R1920    Arrest Date
R1921    Arrest Time
R1922    Dr Number (multiple)
R1923    Searched By
R1924    10-29 (Poitive/Negative)
R1925    Arrest Location
R1926    Grid/Beat
R1927    Arresting Officer Name
R1928    Serial Number
R1929    Work Unit
R1930    Arresting Citizen Name
R1931    Miranda Warning (yes/no)
R1932    Miranda Warning Waived (yes/no)
R1933    Miranda Warning Refused (yes/no)
R1934    Wagon Officer Series No. (multiple)
R1935    Evidence Impound (yes/no)
R1936    Evidence Impound Location
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R1938    Personal Property Location
R1939    MCSO ID Codes (multiple)
R1940    MCSO ID
R1941    Arrest Details (free text field)
R1942    Hold (free text field)
R1943    Warnings/Cautions (free text field)
R1944    Medical Cautions (free text field)
R1945    Special Comments (free text field)
R1946    Ability to include multiple count information including:
R1947      Count (ability to print multiple counts on one citation)
R1948      Charge Description
R1949      Vio. Code/ARS/City/ACCH No.
R1950      Class
R1951      Viol. Date
R1952      Warrant/Citation No.
R1953      Court Jurisdiction
R1954      Bond
R1955      Issued by Judge (Name)
R1956      Issued Date
R1957      Initial Appearance
R1958      Preliminary Date
R1959      Release Information
R1960      Release Date
R1961    Booking Date
R1962    Booking Time
R1963    Booking Day
R1964    Booking Cell
R1965    Property Locker Number
R1966    Reason (free text field)
R1967    Booking officer's ID
R1968    Booking officer name
R1969    Searching Officer's ID
R1970    Searching Officer's Name
R1971    Search Type (e.g., strip, pat, cavity, etc.)
R1972    Photos (yes/no)
R1973    Prints (yes/no)
R1974    Prisoner Released by (Name)
R1975    Releasing Officer's ID
R1976    Release Date
R1977    Release Time
R1978    Release To (Officer Name)
R1979    Release To (Officer ID)
R1980    Release To (Agency)
R1981    Type of mark selected from vendor-supplied NCIC list
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           Special Identifiers (i.e. career criminal, sex offender) that can be
R1983
           selected from a user-defined drop down list)
R1984      Gang affiliation
R1985      RMS case number
R1986      Emergency contact information
R1987      Name (Last, First, Middle, Suffix)
R1988      Relationship
R1989      Address
R1990      Telephone Numbers (multiple)
R1991      Ability to speak and understand English
           Primary language (select from user-defined drop down list; default
R1992
           value = English)
         Ability to maintain and display address history, identifying the last known
R1993
         address.
         Ability to enter an ID number and have the associated name
R1994
         autopopulate from the information associated with the ID number.
R1995    Ability to query MNI files to assist in identification match criteria.
         Ability to validate name at time of data entry via a name search by exact
R1996
         spelling, diminutives, and Soundex search capability.
         Ability to automatically run ACJIS/NCIC query as part of the booking
R1997
         process. (available only to detention officers)
      If a search identifies a prior detention history, Jail shall display booking
R1998 numbers and release dates for each incarceration, with the ability to drill
      down for additional information, including, but not limited to:
R1999      Identification Number
           Charge (or charges) for which the most recent prior detention was
R2000
           imposed
           Medical history - if specific user-defined medical conditions appear in
R2001
           the prior history (HIPPA compliant)
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
R2002 Special Situations
      Ability to automatically search RMS for ATLs/BOLOs/flags matching
R2003
      name.
      Ability to notify appropriate investigations personnel of ATL/BOLO/flag
R2004
      matching name.
      Ability to automatically populate with prisoner name and pertinent
R2005 booking information, generate and print the following forms (e.g., for
      prisoner signature)
R2006   Financial affidavit form
R2007   Medical release form
R2008   Rights statement form
R2009   Agency defined booking forms (immigration status form)
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
R2010 Weekenders




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      Ability to treat the booking of a weekender/work release inmate in an
      identical manner to that of a booking for a standard, continuous
R2011
      incarceration, except that the booking officer shall be able to indicate
      that the sentence is to be served on a discontinuous basis.
      Ablility to set a timer to indicate the release of a weekender to alert
R2012
      Detention Officers
R2013 Ability to track an inmate temporarily located outside the jail facility.
      Ability to automatically generate a list of weekenders commits on a user-
R2014
      defined schedule.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
R2015 Booking Sheets
R2016 Ability to generate booking sheets with agency-defined information.
R2017 Ability to print mugshots on booking sheets.
      Ability to generate booking labels with agency-defined information (e.g.,
R2018
      for booking file identification).
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
R2019 Booking Log
      Ability to prepare a booking log listing all inmates booked during a user-
R2020
      defined period.
      Ability to separately track juveniles (compliant with Arizona
R2021
      requirements)
      Ability to capture and maintain the following information in the booking
R2022
      log:
R2023   Name - last, first, middle, suffix
R2024   Booking number
R2025   Booking date
R2026   Booking time
R2027   Date of birth
R2028   Sex
R2029   Race
R2030   Charge(s)
R2031   Sentenced (yes or no)
R2032   Pending court date/time
      Ability for authorized users throughout the Department to view booking
R2033
      data (e.g., Records and Investigations)
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
R2034 Inmate Release
R2035 General Functions and Features
R2036 Ability to process the release of inmates.
         Ability to display to the release officer the current status of a release and
R2037
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         Ability to guide the user through the release process to ensure that all
         appropriate release criteria and actions have been taken. This shall
R2038
         include notification to the user of missing items/actions and/or release
         criteria problems.
         Ability to use electronic checklist type of prompts/workflow for the
R2039
         release process to verify that all steps have been completed.
         Ability to display for releasing officer any applicable alerts related to
R2040
         inmate's release (e.g., victim notification {VINE}, etc.).
         Ability to record and track holds in the system to be checked upon
R2041
         release.
         Ability to prevent release of inmate without verifying that there are not
R2042
         any holds placed on that inmate.
         Ability to verify that all conditions of release have been met before
R2043
         release is allowed.
R2044    Ability to change conditions of release based on judge's ruling.
         Ability to automatically run ACJIS/NCIC query on all names contained in
R2045
         the booking and check conditions upon initiation of the release process.
      Ability to identify if medicines need to be turned over to inmate and
R2046 provide a list of current medications and medical instructions upon being
      released.
R2047 Ability for release of inmate to trigger flag to release property.
R2048 Ability to record release of property to someone other than inmate.
R2049 Ability to record release to Immigration and Custom's Enforcement (ICE)
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R2050 Victim Notification
      Ability to record contacts and attempted contacts to victims (date, time,
R2051
      phone number, contact name, notes).
      Ability to print notification to send to victim(s) and law enforcement
R2052
      agency(s) and generate victims rights form.
      Ability to print notification letter(s) from case manager(s), victim
R2053 assistance representative(s) or city prosecutor to victim reference case
      status.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R2054 Mugshot System Requirements
R2055 Mugshot General Functions and Features
      Ability to accept photos taken at a remote location (e.g., police station,
R2056
      field, etc.)
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
R2057 Bail Tracking
R2058 Bail and Fine Processing
      Ability to track bail conditions for each court file. A court file may have
R2059
      one or more charges associated to it.
R2060 Ability to indicate if a charge is bailable.




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         Ability to compute bail based on agency defined code table of charges
R2061
         and associated bail amounts.
         Ability to calculate per charge bail and total bail (amounts represent
R2062
         cash and or bond).
         Ability to enter conditions of bail (e.g., surety bond, appearance bond,
R2063
         cash only, or a combination of the above).
         Ability to accept a bail transaction at any time while an inmate is in
R2064
         custody, prior to a conviction.
R2065    Ability to indicate that bail was received.
R2066    Ability to maintain the following information required to process bail:
R2067      Name of person or bonding company posting the bail
R2068      Amount of bail posted (partial or complete)
           Charge or charges against which the amount of bail is to be applied -
R2069
           in order of application to bail amounts
R2070      Bond number
           Department ID of booking officer accepting the bail (system
R2071
           generated)
R2072      System time stamp of date and time of bail posting
R2073    Ability to print bail receipts in sequential order.
R2074    Ability to track how bail was received (e.g., cash or credit).
         Ability to comply with Federal IRS reporting guidelines when cash bail
         exceeding $10,000 is received by automatically generating the
R2075
         appropriate IRS reporting form for mailing to the appropriate IRS
         location.
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
R2076 Inmate Property Tracking
R2077 Data Entry
      Ability to populate property entry screen with the following booking
R2078
      header information:
R2079    Name
R2080    Booking number
      Ability to prevent user from changing booking header information in
R2081
      property entry screen.
      Ability to gather and maintain property information, including, but not
R2082
      limited to, the following:
R2083    Inmate name (last, first, middle)
R2084    Booking Number
R2085    MNI Number
R2086    Date, time received and released
R2087    Location type (multiple)
R2088    Location number (multiple)
R2089    Money total amount
R2090    Item (multiple) - code table per UCR standards
R2091    Description (multiple)
R2092    Quantity (multiple)
R2093    Booking Officer




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R2094   Comments
R2095   Evidence
R2096   Property
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R2097 Inmate Property Tracking
R2098 Ability to utilize pre-numbered locker numbers .
R2099 Ability to indicate verification of dollar amounts (monies).
      Ability to inventory each item of property from each inmate. (list of items
R2100
      defined by MCSO)
      Ability to provide bar coding capabilities for both inmate property and
R2101
      inventory control.
R2102 Ability to automate inventory of available storage locations.
      Ability to "mass move" an inmate's property (e.g., if recorded wrong
R2103
      storage location).
         Ability to generate and print a report showing a history of an inmate's
R2104
         property locations (e.g., similar to a chain of custody report).
      Ability to generate and print a report with agency-defined content and
R2105 format of property received from an inmate at intake and indicate the
      inmate's agreement with the list.
      Ability to provide a notification of property in facility over 24 hours. (allow
R2106
      exception for hotel plan inmates)
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R2107 Property Release
R2108 Ability to track the release of inmate’s personal property.
      Ability to track the release of property from the property unit by release
R2109
      codes (e.g., officer removal to use as evidence).
      Ability to process a partial release of property (e.g., keys), including, but
R2110
      not limited to:
R2111   Property released
R2112   Date and time of release
R2113   To whom released
      Ability to generate property receipt for release of property, including a
R2114 partial release (e.g., to evidence or keys), along with the ability for
      agency to:
R2115   Define the format and content of inmate property intake report
R2116   Print the report
R2117 Ability to generate a hard copy of items issued/returned to inmate.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R2118 Inmate Alerts and Hazards
      Ability to set and maintain alerts on an inmate, including, but not limited
R2119
      to:
R2120   Combative
R2121   Escape risk
R2122   Suicide risk
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R2124    Medical issues
R2125    Mental health issues
R2126    Officer safety issues
R2127    Physical health issues
R2128    Free form text field
R2129    Phone restrictions
R2130 Ability to associate the following with an alert:
R2131    Type of alert
R2132    Reason for the alert
R2133    Start date for the alert
R2134    Alert expiration date
      Ability to include alerts in any printed or electronically displayed inmate
R2135
      list.
R2136 Ability to include alerts in any screen reference to the inmate.
      Ability to alert a user if inmate has a previous medical history, the
R2137 system can alert the user when a previous dangerous condition has not
      been recorded during the current booking.
R2138 Ability to create a "keep separate" alert.
      All hazards associated with an inmate are displayed on any screen or
R2139
      report associated with that inmate.
      Ability to easily retrieve and view active hazards associated with an
R2140
      inmate.
      Ability to drill down from a display of active hazards to view past hazards
R2141
      for an inmate.
      Ability to drill down into a hazard (active or past) to view additional
R2142
      information on that hazard.
      Ability to view beginning and expiration dates for all hazards (active or
R2143
      past).
         Hazards are linked to the MNI so that a name index query return
R2144
         displays hazards associated with an inmate (past or present inmate).
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
R2145 Inmate Housing
      Ability to place a cell out of service with a reason code and an out of
R2146
      service begin and end date.
R2147 Ability to place a cell back into service.
R2148 Ability for Detention officer to assign inmate to a cell .
      Ability to prohibit any inmates that should be kept separate from being
R2149
      placed in the same cell.
R2150   "Keep separate"
R2151   Co-defendant
R2152   Gang restrictions
R2153   Enemies
R2154   Collaborator
R2155 Ability to track the location of an inmate at all times.
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0




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R2156 Inmate Incidents
R2157 Incident Data Collection
      Ability to record information on all incidents involving any inmate,
R2158
      including, but not limited to:
R2159    Incident tracking number
R2160    Inmate involved (multiple)
R2161      Name
R2162      Identification number
R2163      Role in incident
R2164    Staff involved (multiple)
R2165      Name
R2166      Department ID
R2167      Role in incident
         Incident type selected from agency-maintained list (e.g., medical,
         psychiatric, violent behavior, criminal act, other disciplinary matter,
R2168
         refusal to accept a meal, refusal to accept medicine, telephone call,
         etc.).
R2169    Date and time of occurrence
R2170    Onset
R2171    Completion
R2172    Incident narrative
R2173    Date and time stamp of incident entry into the system
R2174    Disposition
R2175 Ability to incorporate spell check into incident narrative.
      Ability to record the following additional information regarding an inmate
R2176
      if incident is a medical or psychiatric incident:
R2177    Treatment
R2178    Person providing treatment
R2179    Detention facility or hospital to which inmate is transferred
R2180    Ambulance company making the transfer
      Ability to record the following additional information regarding an inmate
R2181
      if incident is a behavior problem incident:
R2182    Nature of problem
R2183    Summary of injuries
      Ability to record the following additional information regarding an inmate
R2184
      if incident is a telephone incident:
R2185    Telephone number called (with area code)
R2186    Name of person called
R2187    Relationship to person called
      Ability to enter supplemental reports associated with an original incident
R2188
      report.
      Ability to print an incident report containing agency-defined content and
R2189
      format.
TOTAL                                                                               0              0                    0                 0
R2190 Incident Tracking
R2191 Ability to assign a unique sequential number to each incident.




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R2192
      Ability to record incidents in the booking records of all involved inmates.
R2193 Ability to link incidents to the daily jail activity log.
      Ability to flag when Use of Force Form/Report is needed to be filed in IA
R2194
      Pro.
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R2195 Jail Activity Log
R2196
         Ability to record the following information on each jail activity log entry:
R2197     Time and date stamp of entry.
R2198     Department ID of person making entry
R2199     Terminal ID where entry made
R2200     Activity category (from a user-defined list)
R2201     Inmate name, if entry pertains to an inmate
R2202     Narrative (e.g., comments on entry)
R2203     Observation notes
R2204
           Ability to record a user-defined category or code related to each note.
         Ability to make additional notes to a log entry as addendums to the
R2205
         original entry.
R2206    Ability to track and view chronological notes by:
R2207      Person entering
R2208      Date and Time
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
R2209 Medical Services and Pharmacy Requirements
      Ability to create a medical record for all established inmates, regardless
R2210
      of whether there are any identifiable medical problems.
R2211 Ability to maintain the following information in the inmate's medical chart:
R2212   Name
R2213   Identification number
R2214   Practitioner name
R2215   Practitioner address (if outside facility)
R2216   Telephone number (if outside the detention facility)
R2217   Inmate's complaint (s)
R2218   Medication (s)
R2219   Hospitalization, if required
R2220   Institution to which inmate is to be transferred
R2221   Method of transportation
R2222   Other information, as appropriate
R2223   Diabetic Information, if applicable
      Ability to account for the inventory, movement and delivery of every pill
      with which employees come into contact (e.g., if facility dispenses a pill,
R2224
      application should show that "X" number of pills remain etc., for each pill
      distributed.)
R2225 Ability to breakout specific medications by type/name in inventory.




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R2226 Jail Queries and Reports
R2227 General Jail Query Features
R2228 General Functions and Features
R2229   An individual or combination of fields
R2230   Partial information
R2231 Ability to query any Jail record or module by:
R2232   Date ranges
R2233   Days of week
R2234 Ability to query the daily log for a date and time range.
      Ability to conduct a query to identify where inmates with medical needs
R2235
      are housed.
R2236 Ability to limit queries to currently incarcerated individuals.
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
R2237 Standard Jail Reports and Output
      Ability to schedule reports for automatic generation and automatic
R2238
      distribution.
R2239 Ability to generate all Arizona State mandated jail reports.
      Ability to generate and print a cover sheet for an inmate file and
R2240
      classification, including, but not limited to:
R2241   Picture
R2242   Name
R2243   DOB
R2244   Sex
R2245   Race
R2246   Height
R2247   Weight
R2248   Ethnicity
R2249   Alerts
R2250   Property storage location
R2251 Ability to generate and print an inmate roster.
R2252 Ability to generate and print a list of in-custodies at any time.
R2253 Ability to generate and print rosters with or without photos.
      Ability to maintain a non-custody roster for adults under jail
R2254
      management, but not physically housed in the jail facility.
R2255   Other agency-defined criteria
      Ability to view and print a report of inmates by location (e.g., list of
R2256
      people in court, in transit, off-site hospital, etc.).
      Ability to view and print history of movements with date, time and
R2257
      location.
      Ability to generate and print for a user-defined time and date range
R2258
      reports showing:
R2259   Booking information recap
R2260   Housing location summary for single or group of inmates.
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         Ability to generate and print a list of visits and visitors by any
R2262
         combination of:
R2263      User-defined time and date range
R2264      Inmate
R2265    Ability to generate statistics on releases and transfers.
R2266    Ability to print the daily log for a date and time range.
         Ability to generate and print a complete log of all jail activity events for
R2267
         an inmate, or group of inmates, by a user-defined time and date range.
         Ability to generate and print a briefing report based upon daily activity
R2268
         logs.
         Ability to prepare and automatically print the following reports at a user-
R2269
         defined interval:
R2270      Recap of jail statistics
R2271      Unit list in alphabetical order
R2272      Unit list by cell
R2273      Inmate list with charges by location
R2274      Inmate master list
         Ability to generate and print a report of required medications by inmate,
R2275
         showing dispensing time.
R2276    Ability to generate and print average daily population reports by:
R2277      User-defined date range
R2278    Ability to generate and print reports summarizing incident types.
         Ability to generate and print reports of everyone booked for a user-
R2279
         specified time frame.
         Ability to generate and print a report showing, for a user-defined period
R2280    of time, where a person was housed along with any other persons
         housed or located in the same place.
         Ability for authorized users throughout the Department to view and print
R2281
         reports. (e.g., Investigations and Records personnel)
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0

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                                                     CAD Operational Requirements

C1       Global CAD System Features
C122     Call Taking
C500     Dispatch Decision Support
C601     Dispatching
C657     Unit Status Management
C781     Call Management
C872     Service Vehicle Rotation
C923     Call Disposition




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C958     Mapping Requirements
C1065    BOLOs and ATLs
C1092    Messaging
C1222    System Administration
C1420    Dispatch Supervisor Support
C1481    CAD Queries
C1584    CAD Reporting
C1673    CAD Testing/Training Environment




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C1       Global CAD Features
C2       General User Interface
C3       Ability to remotely access CAD.
C4       Ability to remotely access CAD via a browser interface.
C5       Ability to support a read-only version of CAD.
C6       Ability to access CAD via a handheld device.
         Ability for CAD to function in an environment with standard Windows
C7
         functionality.
         Ability for all data related to an incident to be located on a single screen
C8
         with scroll down feature.
         Ability of user to configure the reading of the most recent incident data
C9
         from:
C10           Top to bottom of window
C11           Bottom to top of window
C12      Ability to have multiple windows open at the same time.
C13      Ability to tile or cascade multiple windows on screen.
         Ability for users to use either preformatted screens or command lines for
C14
         incident entry.
C15      Ability to type ahead in CAD fields while CAD is refreshing.
         Ability to utilize multiple threads so that while the screen is being
C16
         refreshed the call taker/dispatcher may continue to enter data.
C17      Ability to allow for agency-defined formatted call entry windows.
         Ability to access the internet (e.g., via a pop-up window) from within the
C18
         CAD application.
         Ability to access help guide and FAQs via any window in CAD
C19
         application.
C20      Ability to provide on the CAD screen a space to keep notes.
C21      Ability to save information to the "notes space."
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C23     All users
C24     Command Area
C25     Specified Users
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C26   Call Taking/Dispatch Global Features
      Ability for authorized user to configure any workstation for either call
C27
      taking or dispatching functions.
C28   Ability to manage a minimum of 10 tasks at the same time.
C29   Ability to provide a minimum of 10 command lines.
C30   Ability to view all command lines on screen without scrolling down.
      Ability to provide for the use of short commands (1 character) when
C31
      entering information.
      Ability to provide for the use of short commands (2 characters) when
C32
      entering information.
C33   Ability to create a new command line with a single keystroke.
C34   Ability to link a command line to a distinct incident.
C35   Ability to enter commands in any order on the command line.
C36   Ability to enter multiple commands from a single command line.
C37      Ability to provide automatic word wrap when entering free-style text.
C38      Ability to execute any CAD function using the keyboard.
C39      Ability to execute any CAD function using the mouse.
C40      Ability to use arrow and tab keys to scroll around within a window.
C41      Ability to execute all function keys independent of the mouse.
C42      Ability to execute all commands independent of the mouse.
C43      Ability to display one or more status windows at the same time.
         Ability to display status windows on one or more physical monitors
C44      separate from the primary dispatch monitor (e.g., support for more than
         one physical monitor).
C45      Ability to display all dates in MMDDYYYY format.
C46      Ability to log and display all times in HH:MM:SS format.
C47      Ability to log and display all times in military (24 hour) clock format.
         Ability for all overridden date and time stamps to be clearly recorded and
C48
         displayed as a manually entered override time.
C49      Ability to perform commands using any of the following methods:
C50           Easy access toolbar
C51           Right mouse click
C52           User defined function keys (hot keys)
C53           Command lines
C54           Keyboard
C55           Short cut commands
         Ability to perform the following functions from a command line
C56      (keyboard), easy access toolbar, right mouse click, function keys (hot
         keys) or short cut commands:
C57           Add or view notes for a selected unit
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C59          Change personnel and/or unit area assignments
C60          Create a new call
C61          Dispatch unit to a call
             Display that unit is busy on a call, but available to be reassigned to
C62
             another call (Available on Scene)
C63          Indicate a unit is en route to scene
C64          Indicate if a unit is the primary unit for a call
C65          Indicate the status of the unit
             Move or redirect an entire command area to another dispatch
C66
             station
C67          Open a call
C68          Recall a call - with timestamp tracking
C69          Record that unit has arrived at the secondary location
C70          Reopen a call
C71          Reroute a unit
C72          Review incident number
             Set/reset the user defined timer(s) due to radio traffic with the
C73
             selected unit
C74          Show response time
C75          Show that a unit is out of service but available
C76          Show unit as being on the scene
             Show unit has left the scene and is going to a secondary location
C77
             such as the hospital
C78          Show unit that is out of service and unavailable
C79          Swap personnel and/or unit area assignments
C80          View the activity log
C81          Show previous calls via a location history button
C82          Access narratives that are associated to call selected
C83          Perform a person query
C84          Perform a vehicle query
C85          Launch an ACJIS/NCIC query or display an ACJIS/NCIC query form
C86           Display all dispositions for the call selected
C87           Display multiple dispositions
              Display the status information including call number, call taker ID,
C88
              call times, call warnings and primary unit ID
C89           Display the location if a change has occurred
C90           Display a location that is changing or has changed
C91      Ability to access and read all call comments associated with a call.
         Ability to display the following information on the screen during normal
C92
         operations:
C93           Agency
C94           Group
C95           Message alert
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         Ability to verify locations for any address entered into the system (e.g.,
C97
         updated officer locations, officer-initiated incidents, etc.).
C98      Ability to set task triggers or reminders from within the CAD application.
         Ability to schedule patrol requests (e.g., vacation requests) that
C99      regenerate calls for a user-defined number of days at the beginning of
         each shift.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C100 Call Timers
      Ability for each incident status to have an associated user-defined or
C101
      agency-defined default timer.
      Ability for call taker/dispatcher to create a custom, one-time incident
C102
      specific elapsed timer (e.g., unit contact timer).
      Ability to provide safety check timers and alerts based upon agency-
C103 defined parameters (e.g., type of incident, priority status, officer not on
      scene) and times.
         Ability to provide event timers and alerts based upon agency-defined
C104
         parameters (e.g., type of incident, priority status) and times.
C105     Ability to display call timers on CAD screens.
C106     Ability for call timers to notify call takers of the following:
C107          CAD events not cleared
C108          CAD events not sent to dispatcher
              Open events that have not been viewed after a user-defined or
C109
              agency-defined default length of time
C110     Ability for call timers to notify dispatchers of the following:
C111          CAD events not cleared
C112          CAD events received that have not been opened
              Open events that have not been viewed after a user-defined or
C113
              agency-defined default length of time
C114          No response from officer after an agency-defined length of time
C115     Ability to alert a call taker/dispatcher to the expiration of the timer via:
C116          Audible alert
C117          Visual alert
C118     Ability to record acknowledgement of timer alert.
         Ability to provide the call taker/dispatcher the following options when a
C119
         status timer expires:
C120          Reset to default value
C121          Modify to new time value
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C122 Call Taking
C123 Incident Initiation
C124 Ability to receive calls from:
C125      E911 phone system (see interfaces)
C126      Law enforcement units (e.g., officer-initiated)



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C127          Commercial alarm systems
              External agencies (e.g., transferred from another law enforcement
C128
              agency)
C129          Within GPD (e.g., transferred from Callback)
C130          Telematics
C131          Tow Companies
C132     Ability to enter incidents from:
C133          Designated CAD workstation in Communications Center
C134         Designated CAD workstation outside of Communications Center
C135         Mobile Data Computer
             Map display by selecting a location on the map (Phase II
C136
             compliance)
C137         Browser-based CAD application
C138     A CAD call must capture a minimum of, but not limited to, the following:
C139         Additional location(s) information
C140         Alternate telephone number (with extension and area code fields)
C141         Ambulance response time
C142         Arrest time
C143         Arrival time at detention facility
C144         Call source (e.g., cell phone, VoIP, business line, residential, etc.)
C145         Calls from anonymous callers
C146         Common place name
C147         Complainant address
C148         Complainant name
C149         Complainant telephone number
C150         Contact reporting party (Y/N)
C151         Disposition - including multiple dispositions
C152         Gate codes
C153         Incident location/address
C154         Incident number
C155         Incident type code(s)
C156         Jurisdiction
C157         Latitude/longitude
C158         Narrative
C159         Nearest cross street
C160         Other persons
C161         Priority of incident
C162         Reporting district/division/beat
C163         Reporting party address
C164         Reporting party name
C165         Suspect description
C166         Suspect name
C167         Telephone number (with extension and area code fields)




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C168          Time and date of call entry
C169          Time call routed from call station to dispatch station
C170          Time and date of call receipt
C171          Time and date dispatched
C172          Time and date en route
C173          Time and date at scene
C174          Time and date cleared from the call
C175          Time call was disconnected
C176          Time call was sent to dispatch
C177          Time a dispatcher views an incident for the first time.
C178          Tow Companies
C179            Name
C180            Time Called
C181            Time of Arrival at Scene
C182          Time en-route for transport vehicle
C183          Vehicle description (e.g., plate, VIN, make, model)
C184     Ability to add free form names and/or use a verified person record.
C185     Ability to enter CAD calls using:
C186          Standard call entry screen form
C187          CAD command on a command line
C188          Map by clicking on a location
         Ability to create and maintain call screening menus or prompts that can
C189     be used to aid the call-taker in determining the appropriate incident type
         code.
         Ability to run questionnaires, guides or other SOPs based on incident
C190
         type including but not limited to:
C191          User-definable questions and answers
C192         Ability to record each response as part of the CAD incident record
C193          Ability to transmit response data to MDC
         Ability to generate automatic flag alert indicating the number of times
C194
         calls (and call types) have come from the same address or location.
C195     Ability to view previous calls at the an address/location.
         Ability to identify emergency and non-emergency calls by source of
C196     incoming call (e.g., 911, 7-digit administrative lines, calls from other
         agencies).
         Ability to identify emergency and non-emergency calls by incident type
C197
         (e.g., code 3, warrant service).
         Ability to prioritize calls by call source with emergency sources receiving
C198
         highest priority.
C199     Ability to identify high priority calls (e.g., code 3) by:
C200          Visual alert
C201          Audible alert
C202     Ability to time stamp each incident's origination time individually.
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C203     Incoming Call Retrieval
         Ability to display a blank form for entering new incidents with a single
C204
         keystroke, mouse click or function key when a CAD incident is received.
         Ability to import call data with a single key stroke from the following
C205
         sources:
C206          E911 (ANI/ALI)
C207          Non-emergency 7 digit phone numbers
C208          Field or officer initiated
C209     Ability to capture all information from E911
         Ability to support Phase I and Phase II wireless location validation from
C210
         cellular callers.
C211     Ability to record/report alarm, false alarm information.
C212     Ability to provide a narrative field.
C213     Ability for a narrative field to have the following attributes:
C214          Unlimited number of comment lines
C215          Word wrap
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C216 Incident Numbering
      Ability to automatically generate unique sequential incident number per
C217
      call.
      Ability to associate multiple activities (e.g., traffic stop, tow activity, DUI
C218
      investigation) with one incident number.
      Ability to automatically generate a unique, agency-formatted
C219
      alphanumeric incident number.
      Ability to automatically generate unique sequential case number for calls
C220
      cleared with a disposition indicating a case report is required.
      Ability to assign multiple case numbers to an incident (e.g., if more than
C221
      one report is required).
C222 Ability to generate and cross-reference a master incident number.
C223 Ability to link multiple case numbers to one incident number.
C224 Ability to link multiple incident numbers to one case number.
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C225 Call Data Entry
      Ability to capture basic information about the caller, including, but not
C226
      limited to:
C227        Name
C228        Address/Location calling from
C229        Telephone number calling from
C230        Alternate telephone number
C231        Free form narrative field
      Ability to document multiple callers/witnesses/suspects for a single
C232
      incident.
C233 Ability to obtain contact information if alarm call.
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C235     Ability to tile multiple incident entry windows.
         Ability to notify call taker/dispatcher of any premise history associated
C236
         with a call based on any of the following:
C237          Name
C238          Address/Location
C239          Apartment number/suite number
C240          Telephone number
C241          Vehicle license number
C242          Incident number
         Ability to enter standard vehicle information on pre-formatted screens
C243
         and record the entered information as part of the incident record.
         Ability to enter suspect information on pre-formatted screens and record
C244
         the entered information as part of the incident record.
C245     Ability to generate another incident from a previous incident.
         Ability to accelerate routine data entry tasks (i.e. workflow functionality)
C246
         with the following:
C247          Drop-down lists
C248          Auto-fill/auto-search
C249          Keyboard macros
         Ability to move requirement from the wrong field to the correct field (e.g.,
C250
         MF (move from) <from field name> <to field name>)
         Ability to display a drop-down list containing incident types with scroll
C251
         functionality.
         Ability to modify (with date and time stamp) previously entered CAD
C252     fields while maintaining a record of the original and of any previous
         updated/modified fields.
         Ability to use windows scratch pad for narrative documentation of
C253
         specific CAD calls and save the contents as part of call record.
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C254 Location Capture
      Ability to receive geographic coordinates from a cellular telephone
C255
      carrier and display the location of a cellular caller on a map.
         Ability to automatically populate the location field with ALI information if
C256
         the new incident is occurring at the ALI reported location.
C257     Ability to relate X/Y coordinates to an actual address.
C258     Ability to transform latitude and longitude to map coordinates for display.
         Ability to enter a partial street name and be presented with a list of
C259
         possible matches for selection.
         Ability to enter a misspelled street name and be presented with a list of
C260
         possible matches for selection.
         Ability to enter an incorrect address for a correct street name and be
C261
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         Ability to enter multiple commonplace names/terrain features for a single
C262
         address or location.
C263     Ability to enter primary business address.
C264     Ability to enter secondary business address.
C265     Ability to accept spelled numbers (e.g., one, twenty, first).
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C266 Location Verification
         Ability to use the ALI reported location address for address verification if
C267
         the new incident is occurring at the ALI reported location.
         Ability to enter the incident address in a separate location field to be
C268     used for address verification and dispatch routing if the new incident is
         not occurring at the ALI reported location.
         Ability to verify each incident address entered as part of a CAD incident,
C269
         including:
C270          Street (is an actual street in service area)
C271          Intersections
C272          Address range
C273          Centerline
C274          Agency boundary
         Ability to notify user of inaccurate address information through a pop-up
C275
         message/flag.
         Ability to manually override and correct address/location presented in
C276     CAD incident without correction affecting address/location stored in
         geofile.
         Ability for notification of correction to be automatically generated and
C277     sent to geofile administrator whenever a user manually overrides and
         corrects an address/location.
C278     Ability for the notification of correction to capture the following:
C279         Address/location information as presented in call file by CAD system
C280          Address/location data as corrected by the user
C281          User ID
C282     Ability to enter an address that is not in the geofile.
         Ability to accept as correct an address or location that matches a unique
C283
         location record in the geofile.
C284     Ability to provide address search capability via:
              Address with sub-address (i.e., unit number, building floor,
C285
              apartment number, building complex number/letter)
C286          Block ranges
C287          Business name
C288          Common place names
C289          Exact address
C290          Intersections
C291          Phonetically
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C293          Street name
C294          Wild cards
C295          Zip code
C296     Ability to display the following geoverification options:
C297          Address
C298          Beat
C299          Division
C300          District
C301          Unit Assignment File
C302          Jurisdiction
C303          Commonplace Name
C304          Agency-defined
C305     Ability to validate intersections.
C306     Ability to validate address ranges.
         Ability to enter a valid street name and be presented with a list of cross
C307
         streets, associated address ranges and any aliases.
         Ability to conduct multiple searches so that if there is no address match
C308     system will continue to search for possible address matches and present
         user with a list of possible matches.
         Ability to enter a misspelled street name and be presented with a list of
C309
         possible matches.
         Ability to enter a unique building and unit number to clearly identify the
C310
         location (e.g., 100 D ST, Bldg. 5, Unit 13).
C311     Ability to list address choices by alphabetical and numeric order.
         Ability to notify call taker through a visual and/or audible flag if multiple
C312
         street addresses/street names/intersections are found in geofile.
         Ability to offer a list of address options if multiple similar
C313
         addresses/intersections/street names are found in geofile.
         Ability to present a user-defined number of the closest possibilities if an
C314
         address does not match a unique geofile location record.
         Upon address verification, ability to display premise warnings or hazards
C315     by exact address or geographic area (an entire 100 block or geographic
         area).
         Ability to display premise warnings or hazards within a configurable
C316
         radius.
         Ability to display premise warnings or hazards by suite/apartment
C317
         number.
         Ability to display prior incidents at exact address within a configurable
C318
         period of time.
         Ability to display common place name and suite number for premise
C319
         history (i.e., burlington coat factory at the mall)
C320     Ability to display prior incidents within a configurable radius.
C321     Ability to display prior history by suite/apartment number.
         Ability to display the incident location in relation to other active incidents
C322
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C323     Ability to display geofile data when location is validated.
C324     Ability to identify dispatching for incident on a freeway.
C325     Ability to manually override geofile for field-initiated incidents.
C326     Ability to manually override address if not verified by geofile.
C327     Ability to enter a reason for overridden location.
         Ability to generate a report of geofile overrides including all data,
C328
         operator ID, date, time, operator position.
C329     Ability to log all locations that fail geofile validation.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C330 Call Flags and Notifications
      Ability to clearly display the presence of premise warning or hazard
C331
      information.
      Ability to display hazard flags with premise information based on, but not
C332
      limited to:
C333       Vehicle license number and description
C334       Phone number
C335       Name of person
           Incident/event address down to specific address such as unit
C336
           number, apartment number, building number, or building floor.
C337       Other agency-defined parameters
C338 Ability to input any information into a hazard flag field.
C339 Ability to display event flags based on, but not limited to:
C340       Vehicle license number
C341       Phone number
C342       Name of person
C343       Incident/event address
C344       Other agency-defined parameters
C345 Ability for notification to include:
C346       Visual flags
C347       Audible flags
C348 Ability of user to format flag tones and visual display including:
C349       Tone type
C350       Tone volume
C351       Location of visual flag on screen
C352       Flashing or solid flag on screen
C353     Ability of higher priority incident flags to open on top of view screens.
         Ability of flags to have different audible tones or colors based upon type
C354     of message (e.g., red=open arrest warrant, yellow=previous incident
         information).
C355     Ability of event flags to provide narrative information.
         Ability to keep hazard and event flags in CAD system for an unlimited
C356
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         Ability to notify when flags exceed a pre-set time period (e.g., notify
C357
         when flags are 5 years or older)
         Ability to flag related events (e.g., two or more calls from same location
C358
         or regarding same incident).
C359     Ability to provide weather reports and alerts.
C360     Ability to provide traffic reports and alerts.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C361 Call Classification and Priority Assignment
      Ability to create and maintain call screening menus or prompts that can
C362 be used to aid the call-taker in determining the appropriate incident type
      code.
      Ability to run questionnaires, guides or other SOPs based on incident
C363
      type, including, but not limited to:
C364       User-definable questions and answers
C365       Record each response as part of CAD incident record
C366       Transmit response data to MDC
           Transfer information to various screens including suspect and
C367
           vehicle screen
      Ability to automatically enter an agency-defined priority for each new
C368
      incident based on call type.
C369 Ability to override incident priority.
C370 Ability to change incident priority.
C371 Ability to update incident priority.
      Ability for an authorized user to assign a priority to a location for an
C372
      agency-defined period of time.
      Ability to allow the call taker or dispatcher to manually upgrade or
C373
      downgrade the system-assigned priority.
      Ability to give priority to calls from the 911 system over calls from direct
C374
      phone lines.
      Ability for call taker to change call type without impacting active call
C375
      data.
      Ability to reclassify a call based upon additional or supportive
C376
      information.
C377 Ability to have windows color-coded based upon call priority.
C378 Ability to have calls color-coded based upon call priority.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C379 Duplicate Call Management
      Ability to automatically identify potential duplicate calls (including call
C380
      status) upon address verification.
C381 Ability to automatically identify potential duplicate calls based on:
C382       Specific incident address/event location
C383       Agency-defined radius around event location
C384       Agency-defined time parameter
C385       Incident type/code
      Ability to display proximity calls on a map (e.g., to assist call takers in
C386
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         Ability to include recently closed incidents in the potential duplicate call
C387
         identification process.
         Ability to include pending calls in the potential duplicate call identification
C388
         process.
         Ability to include self-initiated calls in the potential duplicate call
C389
         identification process.
         Ability for system administrator to define "recently closed" through a
C390
         configuration parameter.
         Ability to provide the call taker with the following information about
C391
         possible duplicate incidents:
C392          Incident details
C393          Incident location
C394          User-defined proximity to current incident
C395          Incident type
C396          Incident status
C397          Time the incident was initiated
C398          Units assigned
         Ability of the call taker to do any of the following if a CAD incident is
C399
         determined to be a duplicate call:
             Add to the original incident record a second complainant with
C400
             complete complainant information and additional incident comments
C401         Create an entirely new incident using existing address data
             Close a duplicate incident and cross-reference it to the original CAD
C402
             incident
C402         Cancel or delete the call
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
C403 CAD Incident Creation
      Ability to initiate or create an incident from the input of location and
C404
      incident type code only.
      Ability to input all call and narrative information on one screen (e.g., no
C405
      need to tab/toggle among multiple windows).
      Ability to automatically assign a unique incident report number to the
C406
      CAD incident.
         Ability to generate automatic notifications to appropriate field and call-
C407
         taker supervisors when specific agency-defined call types are created.
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
C408 Premise Information Retrieval
         Ability to automatically initiate an address inquiry to Glendale PD RMS,
C409
         trespass warnings, and warrants file based on entered information.
         Ability to automatically show premise history related to a current
C410
         incident.
         Ability to view premise history with a single mouse click or command
C411
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C412     Ability to drill down into call history from premise history.
C413     Ability to check premise history on callback calls.
         Ability to automatically display previous call data related to a current
C414
         incident.
C415     Ability to retrieve and attach to a CAD call any information regarding:
C416       Alarm/access
C417       Domestic violence
C418       Emergency contact information
C419       Firearms
C420       Hazardous conditions
C421       Hazardous materials
C422       Medical concerns
C423       Occupancy
C424       Previous calls for service
C425       Previous contact with vehicle (s) associated with the call
C426       Previous contacts with person (s) associated with the call
C427       Special flags
C428       Special populations
C429       Other information contained in the premise file
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
C430 Person Information Retrieval
      Ability to automatically initiate a name inquiry, based on information
C431 entered via the CAD mask or command line, into the following systems
      based on the entered information:
C432       ACJIS/NCIC
C433       MVD (thorugh ACJIS)
C434       PACE
C435       Out-of-state DMVs
C436       RMS
C437       Gangnet
           Justice Web Interface (JWI)
           WISENET
           COPLINK
      Ability for all ACJIS/NCIC queries to automatically query the RMS at the
C438 same time (e.g., in case a internal flag is on the individual but the
      individual is not in ACJIS/NCIC).
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
C439 Vehicle Information Retrieval
      Ability to automatically initiate a vehicle inquiry, based on information
C440 entered via the CAD mask or command line, into the following systems
      based on the entered information:
C441       ACJIS/NCIC
C442       MVD (thorugh ACJIS)
C443       PACE




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C444       Out-of-state DMVs
C445       RMS
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C446 Call Preemption
      Ability to save one or more partially complete incidents in order to enter
C447
      a higher priority incident, keeping all entered data intact.
         Ability to provide a warning (visual and/or audible) that a partially
C448
         complete incident has been held for an agency-defined period of time.

         Ability to provide a pre-defined warning (visual and/or audible) to the
C449     operator that an agency-defined time has elapsed since the incident
         entry process for a partially completed incident was initiated.
         Ability to display a summary of all (system-wide) partially completed
C450
         incidents being held, awaiting completion, including:
C451          Position that placed the call on hold
C452          Elapsed time that the call has been on hold
         Ability for any user to select a partially complete incident from the
C453
         summary list, and complete the incident entry process.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C454 Incident Scheduling
         Ability to enter incidents scheduled for dispatching at a later time (e.g.,
C455
         several hours/days later), maintaining the original time of entry.

         Ability to modify incidents scheduled for dispatching at a later time (e.g.,
C456
         several hours/days later), maintaining the original time of entry.

         Ability to cancel incidents scheduled for dispatching at a later time (e.g.,
C457
         several hours/days later), maintaining the original time of entry.
C458 Ability to cancel or modify a scheduled appointment incident.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C459 CAD Incident Routing
      Ability to create incident routing rules based on incident type and
C460
      location (e.g., which incidents go to which dispatcher).
      Ability to automatically route the incident to the correct position(s) based
C461
      on the incident location and incident type.
      Ability to submit the new incident with a single keystroke or operator
C462 action once the call taker has entered the information necessary to
      create a new incident.
      Ability to route the new incident to the correct dispatch position(s) and re-
C463
      display it at the call taker's position for updates.
      Ability for the call taker to manually route the call to the correct
C464
      dispatcher if the application can not verify the address.
C465 Ability to override routing recommendations.




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         Ability for call taker to close a call that does not require the dispatch of
C466
         resources.
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
C467 Service Center Call Routing
         Ability to allow call taker to route administrative or low-priority incidents
C468     (e.g., crime reports, incident follow-up, questions regarding an
         investigation) to a service center (e.g., telephone reporting center).

C469     Ability to allow calls based on call-type to be routed to a service center.
         Ability for calls to be routed to a service center even when the center is
C470
         not staffed (e.g., during closed hours).
         Ability for calls routed to a service center to be closed at the call taking
C471     level yet held in a "pending" queue for the service center (similar to
         download dispatching for Fire Departments).
C472     Ability to reopen callback incidents sent to Service Center.
C473     Ability for callback officer to assign self to call.
C474     Ability for callback officer to assign disposition to call.
C475     Ability to timestamp callback officer actions on call.
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
C476 CAD Incident Updates
C477     Ability to reopen a call without affecting existing date and time stamps.
C478     Ability to reopen callback calls.
         Ability to update call information immediately after new information is
C479     added to an open call and notify call taker, dispatcher and MDC
         simultaneously of updated information.
         Ability to have call taker, dispatcher and MDC automatically receive
C480
         supplemental call information at the same time.
         Ability to have call taker, dispatcher and MDC automatically display
C481
         supplemental call information at the same time.
         Ability to notify controlling call taker and dispatcher that a closed call has
C482
         been supplemented.
         Ability for call takers to add additional information to a CAD call record
C483
         before and subsequent to dispatch.
         Ability for call takers to add comments to a CAD call record after the call
C484
         is closed without reopening the incident.
         Ability to notify dispatch that comments were added to a closed CAD call
C485
         record (e.g. without having to reopen the incident).
         Ability for one or more operators to simultaneously add incident
C486
         information to an active (open) incident.
C487     Ability to date and time stamp all information updates.
         Ability to display date/time stamps for each update associated with a
C488
         call.
         Ability to correct and/or delete any errors within incident information
C489
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         Ability to document in an audit trail any corrections and deletions made
C490
         to an incident.
C491     Ability to include employee number in audit trail.
         Ability for one or more operators to simultaneously add supplemental
C492
         information to a closed incident.
         Ability for system to automatically highlight changes made since last
C493
         entry.
C494     Ability to filter updates by position.
         Ability to cross-reference and link any combination of open and closed
C495
         incidents.
C496     Ability to show all associated/linked calls.
         Ability for users to add supplemental information to closed incidents by
C497
         utilizing the original incident number.
         Ability to establish rules for operator notification of supplemental
C498
         information being added to closed calls.
         Ability to prompt operator to verify creation of another incident or to add
C499
         supplemental information to an existing incident.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C500 Dispatch Decision Support
C501 CAD Incident Retrieval
      Ability to filter CAD incident by geographic area/district and route to the
C502
      appropriate dispatcher handling units in those assigned areas.
         Ability to cause a distinct change on the dispatcher's screen to indicate a
C503
         new incident is waiting if the window used for incident control is busy.
C504     Ability to stack calls by agency-defined priority.
         Ability to retrieve a CAD incident and review all available information
C505
         already entered up to the point of call retrieval.
         Ability for call takers to add information to a CAD incident after the
C506
         incident has been routed to a dispatcher.
C507     Ability to pull up a specific call.
         Ability to retrieve the highest priority, oldest incident from the pending
C508
         incidents queue for review.
C509     Ability to review each pending incident sequentially.
C510     Ability to keep calls in pending queue indefinitely.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C511 Resource Recommendation Retrieval
         Ability to recommend units, based on agency-defined criteria, each time
C512
         a waiting, pending or active incident record is reviewed by a dispatcher.
         Ability to display unit special skills (e.g., special skills do not display
C513
         unless activated by a function key).
C514     Ability to define multiple skill levels for an individual.
         Ability to automatically provide a recommendation list of personnel
C515
         and/or units based upon searches by:
C516          Training




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C517          Equipment availability
C518          Level of skill
C519          Experience
         Ability to automatically provide appropriate unit, personnel and/or
C520
         resource recommendations based on any combination of:
C521          Incident location (e.g., unique response for specific location)
C522         Incident area (e.g., unique response for specific response area)
C523         Incident type
C524         Type and number of units required
C525         Type and number of special skills required
C526         Unit status
C527         Specific unit ID
C528         Pre-defined response plans (response area order)
C529         Special conditions (e.g., heightened response)
C530         Unit identifiers including shift and zone
C531         Primary back-up unit
             Closest unit, taking into account natural boundaries, obstacles,
C532         traffic, street speed limits of road segments between unit and
             incident
C533         Street direction (e.g., northbound versus southbound on a freeway)
C534          AVL reported location
C535          Other agency-defined recommendations
         Ability of dispatcher to override priority dispatch recommendations and
C536
         manually dispatch appropriate units.
         Ability for dispatcher to select and assign recommended units using any
C537
         of the following methods:
C538          Command line entry
C539          Function key
C540          Pointing device (drag and drop onto map)
         Ability to assign rules (e.g., time delays) for certain types of units based
C541
         on agency-defined criteria.
C542     Ability to bring up a list of special skills for:
C543          One officer
C544          All officers logged on
C545          Select officers
         Ability for user to make a unit available for certain types of calls but not
C546
         available for other call types.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C547 Resource Proximity Determination
C548 Ability to identify closest unit via AVL information.
      Ability to re-recommend closest units (e.g., if a new unit comes into
C549
      service).
C550 Ability to identify closest unit.
C551 Ability to identify closest unit via last known unit location.




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         Ability of system to take into account the following conditions when
C552
         dispatching the closest resource to a call:
C553          Real-time traffic conditions
C554          Modified street network
C555          Traffic routing
C556          Time of day
C557          Weather
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
C558 Resource Availability Determination
C559 Ability to display available resources based on unit status:
C560      Assigned to a CAD call
C561      Unassigned
C562      Assigned to a CAD call with a lower priority
C563     Ability to preempt units on a call to respond to a higher priority incident
         If a unit is on a non-emergency call and is closer to an emergency call
C564     than another free unit, the dispatcher has the ability to preempt the
         closer unit from the non-emergency call.
         Ability to allow different levels of "out of service" and availability to allow
C565
         for preemption from non-emergency calls.
         Ability for remote users with permissions to enter staffing so that it
C566
         doesn't always have to be done by the dispatch center.
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
C567 Resource Dispatch Decision
      When the application recommends units for dispatch, the dispatcher has
C568 the ability to complete the dispatch by taking one of the following actions
      via mouse, keyboard or function key:
          Press a single key to accept the proposed application recommended
C569
          units
          Select individual units from the recommended units to dispatch
C570
          some, but not all, of the recommended units
          Select and dispatch units not recommended for dispatch by the
C571
          application
C572 Ability to group and track units that are joined as a team
         Ability for system to update the unit recommendation if user makes
C573
         relevant incident information changes (e.g., type, location, alarm level).
         Ability to record the unit recommendation as it was presented to the
C574
         dispatcher.
         Ability for patrol officers to determine the order in which they choose to
C575     respond to lower priority calls in their area of responsibility (self-
         dispatch).
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
C576 Officer-Initiated Call
C577 Ability to quickly enter field-initiated incidents (e g , traffic stop).
C578 Ability to verify addresses of field-initiated incidents.




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C579     Ability to place officer on-scene at a field-initiated call.
         Ability for dispatcher to quickly record the following information when a
C580
         unit is placed in a traffic stop status:
C581          Location of the stop
C582          Number of occupants in the vehicle
C583          Vehicle license plate
C584          State of registration
C585     Ability to record field initiated information via a command line.
C586     Ability to record field initiated information via a form.
         Ability for proposed application to process a traffic stop by initiating an
C587
         inquiry to the following resources:
C588          ACJIS/NCIC
C589          MVD (through ACJIS)
C590          PACE
C591          CAD (prior involvement by license plate number)
C592          RMS
C593          Out-of-state DMVs
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C594 Vehicle Pursuit Dispatch
      Ability to switch to short cut commands during a high speed chase
C595
      (pursuit mode).
C596 Ability to use AVL to track vehicle pursuits.
         Ability to provide a vehicle pursuit command that allows a unit to be pre-
C597     empted from its current call, assign the pursuit call, and place the
         original call back in the queue for the original unit or for another unit.
         Ability to offer a vehicle pursuit function whereby the user can quickly
C598     enter the unit number and the location and the system will record a time
         stamp.
         After using the vehicle pursuit function command, ability for user to be
C599     able to add comments continuously to the record without entering
         another command or retrieving the incident.
C600     Ability to time stamp each comment.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C601 Dispatching
C602 Unit Assignment to CAD Incident
      Ability to update unit status to associate the dispatched unit or units with
C603
      the CAD incident.
C604 Ability to do all of the following upon dispatch:
C605       Automatically assign the recommended or requested units
C606       Remove the incident from the pending queue
C607       Update the status display
C608       Send the incident to the assigned unit's mobile computer
C609       Start the status timers
C610       Update the audit trail
C611 Ability to dispatch more than one unit at a time to the same call.




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         Ability for dispatcher to assign a CAD incident to one or more units by
C612
         "dragging and dropping" the units onto the CAD incident.
         Ability to assign or add multiple units to an incident with a single
C613
         command.
         Ability to assign a unit to an incident to which it was not originally
C614
         recommended.
C615     Ability to swap vehicles.
         Ability to provide for the setting of different timers based upon agency-
C616     defined time-of-arrival types (i.e., en route, on-scene, on-location, join in-
         pursuit).
         Ability to record arrival times based upon arrival at location and arrival at
C617     scene (i.e., arrival at building (location) and arrival on floor within
         building where incident is located (scene)).
         Ability to take a unit off a call and reassign the unit to a new call with one
C618
         command.
         Ability to prioritize unit response based on incident type so that
C619     appropriate units are automatically recommended and/or dispatched in
         priority order.
         Ability to use one command to both dispatch and put "on scene" a
C620
         officer (e.g., if officer is "out with another unit").
         Ability to "right click" on a unit to bring up the option to place it on an "on-
C621
         view" call.
C622     Ability to put a unit on a self-initiated call and run the plate in one step.
C623 Ability to update location and note mileage in one step.
TOTAL                                                                                        0              0                    0                 0
C624 Call Stacking
C625 Ability to hold an incident for a specific unit.
      Ability to automatically (without user intervention) notify the dispatcher of
C626
      a held incident when the unit becomes available.
      Ability for dispatcher to hold more than one incident to a given unit or
C627
      resource (call stacking).
      Ability for application to determine whether a call is to be stacked can be
C628 added to a unit's incident queue based on the priority of the incident to
      be stacked.
      Ability for agency to set time limits for stacked calls by priority (e.g., a
C629 queue limit of two hours for priority 5 calls and one hour for priority 3
      calls).
      Ability for authorized user to set queue limits for numbers of incidents
C630
      allowed to be stacked in a given queue.
C631 Ability for administrator to turn call stacking on and off.
TOTAL                                                                                        0              0                    0                 0
C632 Unit Alert/Notification
      Ability to relay information pertaining to calls for service to the
C633
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         Ability to program, execute, and track notifications related to incidents
C634     (e.g., when a homicide occurs the dispatchers may be required to
         contact a senior officer).
         Ability to relay information pertaining to calls for service to other agency
C635     defined personnel (e.g., command staff, detectives, etc.) based on call
         type.
C636     Ability to alert responding units when additional units are added to a call.
         Ability to dispatch via multiple telecommunications devices
C637
         simultaneously including, but not limited to:
C638          MDC
C639          Pager
C640          Blackberry
C641          Cell phone
C642          VOIP
C643          PDA
C644          Other common emergency radio signaling systems
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C645 Assignment Acknowledgement
      Ability to record voice acknowledgement that the dispatched unit or units
C646
      received the CAD call.
      Ability to record data acknowledgement that the dispatched unit or units
C647
      received the CAD call.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C648 Unit Activity Tracking
C649     Ability to record all unit assignments, locations, and status changes.
         Ability to time/date stamp all unit assignments, locations and status
C650
         changes.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C651 Unassigned Unit Status
C652 Ability to pull a unit off a call and reassign the unit to a new call.
      Ability to return CAD call to the pending dispatch queue if all units are
C653
      removed from the call.
      Ability to stack the preempted call so that it is reassigned to the originally
C654
      assigned unit when the unit becomes available.
      Ability to support a swap feature to allow two units to swap calls with a
C655
      single command.
      Ability to support a unit exchange command which allows the dispatcher
      to remove an assigned unit from a call and assign a second unassigned
C656
      unit to the first unit's call. The application shall place the first unit back
      in service.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C657 Unit Status Management
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C659     Ability to log one or more units on-duty/off-duty with a single command.
         Ability to place all units in a previously defined roster on or off-duty with
C660
         a single command.
         Ability to place a roster "on-duty," but units are unavailable or not
C661     recommended for calls until they notify the dispatcher that they are in
         service.
         Ability to allow for single unit exceptions when placing a roster on or off
C662
         duty.
         Ability for dispatcher to place one or more units in service by "dragging
C663
         and dropping" the units into the appropriate screen.
C664     Ability for units to put themselves into or out of service.
C665     Ability to prevent units from placing other units into or out of service.
C666     Ability to allow for supervisor to place units into or out of service.
C667     Ability for units to log on to the system without being available for calls.
C668     Ability for units to indicate when they are available for calls.
         Ability for dispatchers to place multiple units (e.g., an entire squad) into
C669
         available for call status.
C670     Ability for dispatcher to add an individual to a unit at any time.
C671     Ability for dispatcher to remove an individual from a unit at any time.

C672     Ability for dispatcher to change an individual from a unit at any time.
         Ability for personnel to be associated with any mobile unit (e.g., vehicle,
C673
         bicycle, etc.).
C674     Ability to track the activity of each officer associated with a mobile unit.
C675     Ability to associate multiple officers or individuals with a unit.
C676     Ability to assicate multiple units to a single officer.
C677     Ability to indicate a unit does not have a mobile computer.
C678     Ability to manage units without a mobile computer.
C679     Ability to assign primary beat/sector responsibility for patrol units.
         Ability to hold the logging-off of a unit/multiple units if assigned to an
C680
         incident at the time of the log-off command.
C681     Ability to record multiple arrival times for a single incident.
         Ability to simultaneously create an event and log an officer onto that call
C682
         (e.g., off-duty officers taking calls).
         Ability to simultaneously clear an officer from a call and log the officer
C683
         out of the system (e.g., for officers taking calls when off-duty).

         Ability for dispatcher to add outside agency units to system temporarily.
C684
         (e.g., multi-agency DUI taskforces operating for an evening.)
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C685     Unit Status Display
C686     Ability to monitor an unlimited number of units.
         Ability to tile windows so that call takers/dispatchers can view multiple
C687
         incidents/calls simultaneously.
         Ability to create pre-defined unit status monitors to accommodate logical
C688
         groupings (e.g., by status, area, jurisdiction).
C689     Ability to support no fewer than 100 agency-defined unit statuses.
         Ability to define unit status conditions that support current dispatch
C690     center operations (e.g., transporting, in-custody, in court, available on
         radio).
         Ability to associate a default availability with each status (e.g., unit
C691
         available when in particular status).
         Ability to modify unit availability regardless of status (e.g., on-scene, but
C692
         available).
         Ability to change the status of multiple units with a minimal amount of
C693
         keystrokes (indicate how many).
C694     Ability to display the following unit status information:
C695          Call type
C696          Beat
C697          Current incident number
C698          Current location
C699          Current status
C700          District
C701          Division
C702          Elapsed time in status
C703          Logged onto MDC (Y/N)
C704          Officer IDs
C705          Officer name
C706          Original location
C707          Radio channel
C708          Reporting District
C709          Special note or comments
C710          Unit ID
C711          Vehicle number
C712          Above data elements can be configured per user preference
C713     Ability to display unit status by:
C714          Beat
C715          District
C716          Jurisdiction
C717          Reporting District
C718          Status
C719          Unit type
         Ability to dynamically (automatically update) display unit status data in a
C720
         summary window (status monitor).
         Ability to sort displayed data by any column heading (e.g., incident, unit,
C721
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         Ability to view and maintain an unlimited number of units within a single
C722     window (e.g., ability for dispatcher to see all units in area without having
         to scroll through window).
         Ability to limit (include or exclude) the units to be displayed in a single
C723
         status monitor (e.g., by response area, type, status).
         Ability of status monitor to automatically apply a scroll-bar at any time
C724
         the number of units exceed the size of the window.
         Ability to visually differentiate, through color and/or text, units in varying
C725
         status or conditions.
         Ability to visually differentiate, through color and/or text, types of units at
C726
         incident.
         Ability to visually differentiate, through color text and/or symbol, types of
C727
         units displayed on maps.
         Ability to allow the user to select which colors and color combinations
C728
         indicate which statuses.
         Ability to offer the option of an audible alert to accompany the visual
C729
         signals used to signify changes in status.
         Ability to offer configuration parameters for turning the audible alert on
C730
         and off for each status.
         Ability to use symbols or characters in the unit status display to
C731
         supplement unit status color.
         Ability to provide for mutual aid displays and assignments of arbitrary
C732
         unit numbers.
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
C733 On-Scene Arrival Tracking
C734 Ability to record multiple arrival times, including:
C735       Arrival at a staging area
C736       Arrival at the incident location (e.g., general location)
C737       Arrival at the scene (e.g., room within a building)
C738 Ability to record multiple units arriving at one time.
      Ability to record either voice or data acknowledgement that the
C739
      dispatched unit or units have arrived at a staging area.
      Ability to record either voice or data acknowledgement that the
C740
      dispatched unit or units have arrived on scene.
C741 Ability to set different timers based on time-of-arrival type.
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
C742 Unit Location Tracking
C743 Ability to quickly determine the last known location for a given unit.
      Ability to place "at the scene" units that were not originally dispatched to
C744
      the call.
      Ability for a dispatcher to change the location of a unit at any time while
C745
      the unit is still assigned to an incident.
C746 Ability to time stamp any recorded location changes.
TOTAL                                                                                       0              0                    0                 0
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C748     Ability for each unit status to have an associated agency-defined timer.
         Ability to alert the dispatcher to the expiration of the timer associated
C749
         with any unit status change:
C750          Audible alert
C751          Visual alert
C752     Ability to record acknowledgement of timer alert.
C753     When a status timer expires, dispatcher shall have the following options:
C754      Reset to default value
C755      Modify to new time value
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C756 Status Monitoring
C757 Ability to initiate status changes via the following methods:
C758      Command line
C759      Function key
C760      Map
C761      Screen icon
C762     Each status change is time stamped and recorded in the audit trail.
C763     Ability to track the activity of a field unit by unit number.
C764     Ability to track the activity of a field unit by officer number.
C765     Ability to track the activity of a field unit by incident number.
         Ability to track times for each unit assigned to a given incident
C766
         separately.
C767     Ability to continually display status of all units.
         Ability to automatically visually or audibly notify users monitoring or
C768
         displaying the incident that information has changed.
         Ability to dynamically (without user intervention) display changes to an
C769
         incident as they occur.
         Ability to identify officers who have cleared for other activities (lunch,
C770
         station, etc.)
         Ability to produce an alert when a unit(s) MDC query return contains a
         record marked as potentially hazardous (e.g., wanted person):
           Visible alert
           Audible alert
         Ability to produce an alert when a unit(s) MDC query returns a record
         containing a stolen vehicle.
           Visible alert
           Audible alert
C771     Ability to identify how many calls each officer has cleared with a report.
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         Ability to clear one unit from a CAD incident while allowing the other
C773
         assigned units to remain on the call.
C774     Ability to select any number of units to clear from CAD incident.
C775     Ability to clear all units simultaneously from a CAD incident.
         Ability to alert responding units when additional units are cleared or
C776
         added to a call.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C777 Unit Reassignment
C778     Ability to reassign a unit to an available status upon clearing from a call.
         Ability to receive MDC transmissions to update CAD and reflect the new
C779
         status of the unit.
C780     Ability for a unit to remain on scene with an available on-scene status.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C781 Call Management
C782 CAD Call Display
C783 Ability to monitor an unlimited number of incidents.
      Ability to send a copy of an incident to a different workstation or MDC
C784 (e.g. send call to a supervisor without actually putting the supervisor on
      the call).
      Ability for a user to select an incident for continuous monitoring such
C785
      that:
C786       Incident appears in a separate window
           All incident or unit activity, regardless of point of entry, is displayed
C787
           in this window as it is recorded to the CAD database
      Ability to allow for an unlimited number of agency-defined incident
C788
      statuses.
      Ability to display a window listing, at a minimum, the most recent 25
C789 pending and holding incidents entered from any CAD workstation. The
      following should be displayed:
C790       Incident number
C791       Incident type
C792       Time received
C793       Location
C794       Priority
C795       Patrol district
C796       Status
C797       Time in status
C798       TOTAL elapsed time
      Ability to return incident to pending incident queue if the assigned unit
C799
      has not responded to initial dispatch notification.
C800 Ability to sort displayed data by any column heading.
      Ability to view incident details of one or more incidents at a time (e.g.,
C801
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         Ability for individual units to view complete incident information on joint
C802
         jurisdiction calls.
         Ability to create pre-defined incident status monitors to accommodate
C803
         logical groupings (e.g., by status or area).
         Ability to require that one or more pre-defined status monitors always be
C804     displayed at an active dispatch position (e.g., restrict dispatcher's ability
         to not display pending incidents).
         Ability to create ad hoc status monitors to accommodate logical
C805     groupings (e.g., created by a single user for a specific purpose by
         status, location, etc.).
         Ability to limit (include or exclude) the units or incidents to be displayed
C806     in a single status monitor (e.g., by response area, jurisdiction, type,
         status).
         Ability for dispatcher to transfer management of all calls except one
C807
         (e.g., a hot call) to another dispatcher.
         Ability for status monitor to automatically apply a scroll-bar at any time
C808
         the number of units exceed the size of the window.
         Ability to display a call count summary based on agency-defined
C809
         groupings.
         Ability to click on an active event and highlight all assigned units in the
C810
         unit monitoring window.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
C811 CAD Incident Update Display
      Ability to dynamically display (e.g., automatically update) incident status
C812
      data in a summary window (status monitor).
      Ability for dispatcher to be notified (with visual and/or audible alerts) of
C813 another dispatcher-initiated change (e.g., incident cancellation, unit
      reassignment, etc.).
C814 Ability to provide a special location to display "hot" calls.
C815 Ability for agency to define "hot" calls.
         Ability to automatically generate a perimeter upon entry of a location and
C816
         perimeter distance (e.g., set a 3 block perimeter around 300 Main St.).
C817 Ability to send suggested perimeter positions to a unit.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
C818 Reopening of CAD Incident
C819 Ability to reopen closed incidents and assign units.
      Ability to reopen or reactivate an incident that has been closed
C820
      previously with a single command.
      If an incident is re-opened the application shall have the ability to record
C821 the re-opening command in the original incident audit trail and continue
      recording actions to the original audit trail.
      Ability to insert agency-defined data from a closed CAD incident into a
C822
      new CAD incident (e.g., cloning).
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C823     CAD Incident Updates
         Ability to update the status of the call as new information is received
C824
         including, but not limited to:
C825          Call type
C826          Incident location
C827          Comments
         Ability to add comments to an existing CAD incident record from the
C828
         command line without retrieving the CAD incident.
         Ability for any authorized user to add new or additional information to a
C829
         CAD incident.
         Ability to automatically record all CAD incident information changes in
C830
         chronological order.
         Ability to date and time stamp all CAD incident changes and updates to
C831     CAD incident records with user identification information associated with
         each change and update.
C832     Ability to automatically attach the following returns to incidents:
C833          ACJIS
C834          NCIC
C835          MVD
C836          PACE
         Ability for user to select whether or not to have the following returns
C837
         automatically attached to an incident:
C838          ACJIS
C839          NCIC
C840          MVD
C841          PACE
         Ability to initiate an easy command to attach the following returns to an
C842
         incident:
C843          ACJIS
C844          NCIC
C845          MVD
C846          PACE
C847     Ability to cut, paste and attach of a ACJIS/NCIC returns to an incident.
         Ability to unattach information from a call - e.g., if information is attached
C848
         to the wrong call.
C849     Ability to attach information to a closed call.
         Ability to maintain a record of all CAD incident information changes, that
C850
         can be used for historical reporting and on-line queries.

         Ability to show users all updates to a CAD incident even when the user
C851
         has the CAD incident displayed at the time the update is made.
         Ability for dispatcher screen to update automatically as new information
C852
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         Ability for status line to display responding units and incident address
C853
         location.
TOTAL                                                                                 0             0                     0                0
C854 Additional Unit Assignment to CAD Incident
C855 Ability to assign additional units to a CAD incident.
      Ability to place "at the scene" units that were not originally dispatched to
C856
      the call.
C857 Ability to record and time stamp all additional unit assignments.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
C858 Incident Status Timers
      Ability for each incident status to have an associated agency-defined
C859
      timer.
      Ability to create a custom, one-time incident specific elapsed timer (e.g.,
C860
      unit contact timer).
      Ability to alert the dispatcher to the expiration of the timer associated
C861
      with any incident status change.
C862       Audible alert
C863       Visual alert
C864 Ability to record acknowledgement of timer alert.
C865     When a status timer expires dispatcher shall have the following options:
C866       Reset to default value
C867       Modify to new time value
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
C868 Call Monitoring
      Ability to cross-reference and/or link two or more active incidents/events
C869
      with a single command.
C870 Ability to recall an active incident by unit ID of any assigned unit.
C871     Ability to recall an active incident by event number.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
C872 Service Vehicle Rotation
C873 Towing Vehicle Rotation List Maintenance
      Ability to maintain a single list of multiple tow company contractors with
C874 different kinds of capabilities (i.e., asset seizure, evidence impound,
      heavy duty tow, etc.).
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
C875 Tow Request
      Ability to recommend a contractor based on contractor capabilities,
C876 vehicle location, and tow operator rotation list when a request for a
      towed vehicle is made.
      Ability to capture reason for exception when a contractor other than the
C877
      one recommended is selected.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
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         Ability to contact (e.g., page, automatic dialing via phone system, email)
C879
         tow contractor.
         Ability to send incident information to contractor including, but not limited
C880
         to:
C881          Location
C882          Incident Number
C883          Vehicle description
C884          Vehicle license plate information
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
C885 Towing Vehicle Record
      Ability to record that a contractor was selected from the service rotation
C886
      list.
C887 Ability to record contractor response.
      Ability to trigger rotation to next contractor in the rotation regardless of
C888
      contractor ability to respond to the request.
      Ability to place a contractor that cannot be reached for a call at the
C889
      bottom of the rotation list.
      Ability to replace a contractor at the top of the rotation list when the
C890 dispatchers cancels the tow call out (e.g., through no fault of the
      contractor).
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
C891 Towed Vehicles
C892 Ability of the application to track impounded and towed vehicles.
C893 Ability of the tow/impound record to include:
C894        License plate number
C895        State of registration
C896        Year of Expiration
C897        Vehicle make
C898        Vehicle body style
C899        Vehicle color
C900        Vehicle year
C901        VIN number
C902        Location which the vehicle was towed from (geocode field)
C903        Tow Company name
C904        Tow company phone number
C905        Lien holder name
C906        Lien holder phone number
C907        Storage address
C908        Reason for tow
C909        Driver's name
C910        NEI number
C911        DOB on driver
C912        Driver phone number
C913        Private impound or Repo
C914        Employee number who entered information
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C916     Ability to search, modify, cancel all tow/impound recorded information
C917     Ability to relate tow data to an incident
         Ability to check the towed and repossessed vehicles file for potential
C918
         matches when a stolen auto incident is entered into the system.
         Ability to automatically run an NCIC check on vehicles entered into the
C919
         CAD application (e.g., the tow log).
         Ability to autopopulate vehicle and tow information on National
C920
         Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) form.
         Ability to send the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) form to
C921
         ACJIS.
C922     Ability to attach search results to the tow incident.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C923 Call Disposition
C924 CAD Incident Cancellation
      Ability for a supervisor, call taker or dispatcher to cancel an incident with
C925
      a single command.
      Ability to mandate that the user enter a reason for canceling an incident
C926
      prior to the system executing the command to cancel.
      Ability to automatically remove the incident from the pending or active
C927 incidents queue and add the disposition to the incident comments upon
      execution of a command canceling an incident.
      Ability to clear all dispatched units from the incident prior to invoking the
C928
      cancel command.
      Ability to automatically notify a controlling dispatcher when a call has
C929
      been cancelled by another party.
C930 Ability to cancel one or more incidents with a single transaction.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C931 Report Need Determination
      Ability to identify, based on call type, whether a disposition indicating the
C932
      need to write a report is required to clear a call.
      Ability to identify, based on disposition code, whether a disposition
C933
      indicating the need to write a report is required to clear a call.
C934 Ability for agency to define call disposition types.
C935 Ability for agency to define multiple disposition types for one call.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C936 CAD Incident Closure
      Ability to end an assignment for the primary unit while leaving a backup
C937
      unit on call.
C938 Ability to clear all units except one from an incident.
      Ability to clear more than one selected unit from an incident while
C939
      leaving more than one selected units on the incident.
      Ability to clear a single unit from an incident without clearing other
C940
      assigned units from the incident.
C941 Ability to clear multiple units without closing the incident.




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C942     Ability to clear multiple units with a single disposition.
         Ability that if a cleared unit is the only unit assigned to an incident the
C943
         application shall require a disposition before clearing the unit.
         Ability that if all units are cleared from an incident, the application shall
C944
         require a disposition before closing the incident.
         Ability for MDC transactions to update CAD to record the unit status and
C945
         close the CAD incident.
C946     Ability to close call that does not require the dispatch of resources.
C947     Ability to reopen closed incidents and assign units.
         Ability to save incident data in CAD system based upon an agency-
C948
         defined length of time.
C949     Ability to change call-type before closing an incident.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
C950 Disposition Recording
C951 Ability to enter a disposition to clear an incident.
C952
         Ability to enter a narrative of unlimited-length along with a disposition.
C953     Ability to require a narrative based on disposition code.
C954     Ability to add one or more incident dispositions.
C955     Ability to search by more than one incident disposition per call.
C956     Ability to associate each disposition with the unit giving the disposition.
C957 Ability to create a final master disposition for an incident.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
C958 Mapping Requirements
C959 General Mapping Requirements
C960     CAD should be developed on an ESRI compatible GIS-based platform.

         Ability for mapping functionality to be integrated into CAD starting at call
C961
         receipt and continued through to the conclusion of a CAD incident.
         All CAD systems must be wireless Phase I and Phase II compliant
C962     (using latitude/longitude coordinates from the ANI/ALI information and
         translating them to a map location).
         Ability to provide point and certainty radius of caller as related to
C963
         wireless Phase I and Phase II mapping.
         Ability to distinguish between Phase I and Phase II on map by using
C964
         different symbols, colors and/or text.
         Ability to point with cursor to the incident location on map and have
C965
         location data populate CAD fields.
C966     Ability to view map in a separate window.
C967     Ability to access and display three dimensional maps.
         Ability to initiate an incident by clicking on vehicle location on map
C968
         display.
C969     Ability to initiate an incident by clicking on event location on map display.




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C970 Ability to accommodate mapping from other adjacent counties.
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
C971 Marquee Functionality
C972 Ability to display map on a large marquee monitor.
C973     Ability for agency to define map layers displayed on the marquee map.
         Ability for agency to define information (e.g., call information, unit status,
C974
         etc.) displayed on the marquee map.
         Ability for agency to format display of information (e.g., colors, adjust
C975
         spacing when viewing units displayed, changing colors on lines).
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
C976 Map Navigation
      Ability for dispatchers to define and control level of map automation (i.e.
      zoom, map movement to new call, map changes related to most current
C977
      incident). Automation should provide an incremental range from no
      automation to a fully automated format.
      Ability for user to update/modify map displays (e.g., preset default zoom
C978
      levels and views).
C979 Ability to utilize color/text/symbol to distinguish status of unit.
C980 Ability for map to center, zoom to call location (via CAD).
C981     Ability for map to center on and zoom to location upon incident entry.
C982     Ability for dispatcher to "zoom" map display to predefined views.
         Ability for dispatcher to "zoom" map display for user-defined area by
         clicking and dragging (i.e., user shall be able to graphically define area
C983
         to display and system shall present defined area and adjust resolution of
         map accordingly).
C984     Ability to center map display on:
C985          Vehicle activating emergency button
C986          Vehicle requesting assistance
C987          Last known location of vehicle (AVL or unit status)
C988          CAD incident location
C989          Specified vehicle/unit
C990          Specified geographic area
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
C991 Map Displays
      Responses to global mapping functionality apply to CAD mapping
C992
      functionality.
      Ability to provide, in a separate map tab, predefined map views of any
C993
      map layer.
C994 Ability for users to define which map layers are shown.
C995 Ability to view on map the locations of:
C996       Units based on AVL or last known locations
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      Ability to pull up a call for service and have it automatically show up on
C998
      the map.
      Ability to select a unit and have it's location automatically display on the
C999
      map.
C1000 Ability to add user-defined 'pins' to map.
C1001 Ability to label all call locations with the call number.
         Ability to display map with active, pending and incoming calls for service
C1002
         and current location of units using AVL or last known locations.
      Ability to select a radius around an incident location that will freeze map
C1003
      and show map details and units within the selected area.
      Ability to keep an address displayed on the map until it is manually
C1004
      cleared by call taker/dispatcher.
      Ability to obtain detailed incident information by double-clicking on map
C1005
      location.
C1006 Ability to display on-scene unit ID with incident number and call type.
C1007 Ability to display call information by clicking/hovering on:
C1008      On-scene unit ID
C1009      Incident number
C1010      Incident location
C1011      Hazard information
C1012      Premise history notification
      Ability for agency to define what call information is displayed when
C1013
      clicking/hovering on:
C1014      On-scene unit ID
C1015      Incident number
C1016      Incident location
C1017      Hazard information
C1018      Premise history notification
C1019 Ability for user to turn off "hovering" functionality.
      Ability to use a mouse to "click on" map locations or icons for premise
C1020
      queries, unit statuses, incident history, hazards, etc.
      Ability to use a mouse to "click on" a street at any zoom level and have
C1021
      the street name and latitude/longitude information displayed.
      Ability to zoom to map by searching on text related to, but not limited to,
C1022
      the following:
C1023      Incident number
C1024      Parcel owner
C1025      Parcel address including hundred block and intersection
C1026      Resident name
C1027      Resident address
C1028      Resident telephone number
C1029      Latitude/longitude including state plane coordinates
C1030      Street names
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C1032         Common places (i.e. schools, churches, businesses)
C1033         Common names
         Ability to select vehicles to display by agency-defined criteria including,
C1034
         but not limited to:
C1035         Beat
C1036         District
C1037         Division
C1038         Incident number
C1039         Incident type
C1040         Reporting district
C1041         Status
C1042         Type
C1043         Unit ID
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C1044 Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL)
      Ability to support the use of a continuous, real-time AVL system via a
C1045
      CAD interface.
      Ability to control AVL functionality from within the context of CAD so that
C1046 the user does not have to leave the CAD workstation keyboard or
      mouse.
C1047 Ability to integrate AVL with closest unit dispatching.
C1048 Ability to turn AVL on/off by agency/unit.
      Ability to display average speeds between two points when data is
C1049
      polled.
C1050 Ability to display the location of all units regardless of status.
C1051 Ability to select types of units to display based on:
C1052     Beat
C1053      District
C1054      Division
C1055      Incident
C1056      Status
C1057      Station
C1058      Reporting district
C1059      Unit types (e.g., SWAT, Command, etc.)
      Ability to display active incident and unit status on the map with colors,
C1060 text and/or symbols. Colors, text and/or symbols should be same as
      used in CAD.
C1061 Ability to display unit numbers.
      Ability to filter the display of active incident and unit status based on map
C1062
      scale.
      Ability to prevent use of on-scene function if unit is not actually on-
C1063
      scene.
      Ability to support the reporting of unit location to facilitate self-initiated
C1064
      incidents and unit nomination.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C1065 BOLOs and ATLs



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         Ability to create and maintain BOLOs and ATLs (based upon level of
C1066
         security clearance).
C1067    Ability to include the following items in a BOLO:
C1068         Subject person
C1069         Subject person known address/location
C1070         Subject person known vehicle
C1071         Nature of the BOLO
C1072         Date issued
C1073         Expiration date
C1074         Person issuing the BOLO
C1075         Photographs
C1076         Priority
C1077         Range of Effectiveness
C1078         Vehicle License Plate
C1079         Driver's license number
C1080         Weapon
C1081         Wildcard Item
C1082         Contact Info (Including call-back number)
C1083         Additional information in free-form field
         Ability to search for BOLO based upon any of the above-mentioned
C1084
         items.
C1085 Ability to set time limits for BOLO/ATL retention.
         Ability to generate, at user-defined times, reports listing expired
C1086
         BOLOs/ATLs.
C1087 Ability to archive expired BOLO/ATL records.

C1088 Ability to search expired BOLO/ATL records.

C1089 Ability to search archived BOLO/ATL records.

C1090 Ability to search BOLO/ATL records from within the RMS.
      Ability to link BOLO/ATL records to appropriate records in the RMS
C1091 (e.g., persons to persons in the MNI, vehicles to vehicles in the MNI,
      etc.).
TOTAL                                                                             0              0                    0                 0
C1092 Messaging
C1093 General Messaging Features
         Ability for messaging system to continuously update messages
C1094
         automatically in real-time whether or not messaging system is in use.
      Ability to send messages to a user who is not logged into CAD and
C1095
      cache that message for retrieval when the user logs onto CAD.
C1096 Ability for user to retrieve cached messages upon logon.




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         Ability to support a minimum of the following messaging functions to and
C1097
         from any CAD address:
C1098         Car-to-car messaging.
C1099         Car-to-desktop messaging.
C1100         Car-to-dispatch messaging.
C1101         Car-to-pager messaging.
C1102         Desktop-to-car messaging.
C1103         Desktop-to-desktop messaging.
C1104         Desktop-to-dispatch messaging.
C1105         Desktop-to-pager messaging.
C1106    Ability to accommodate the following message types:
C1107         Dispatch messages
C1108         Operational messages
C1109         Administrative messages
C1110         Urgent messages
C1111         Routine messages
C1112    Ability to support real-time instant messaging.
         Ability to identify all messages by sender, date, time, workstation ID, and
C1113
         receiver, date, time, and workstation ID.
         Ability to assign and change a priority to a message (e.g., routine,
C1114
         urgent, emergency)
C1115    Ability for system administrator to define message precedence.
         Ability for each MDC to have a unique identifier included in each
C1116
         transmission to the host.
C1117    Ability to provide a web-based version of messaging capabilities.
         Ability of web version of messaging to be accessed with user-defined
C1118
         security procedures (i.e., user ID and personal security number)
      Ability to use abbreviated words or sentences without triggering error or
C1119
      spell check messages.
      Ability to automatically integrate dispatch-related messages to an
C1120
      incident.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C1121 Sending Messages
      Ability to create easily accessible agency-defined message forms for
C1122
      specific message types.
C1123 Ability to create and save user-defined message groups.
         Ability of users to select any number of people as part of a message
C1124
         group with no limitation on the number of people in a group.
C1125 Ability to send messages to an unlimited number of people.
C1126 Ability to enter unlimited narrative with wrap-around feature.
C1127 Ability to send a message using:
C1128      District
C1129      Group of user IDs
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C1131      Incident number
C1132      Location (based on selected radius on map)
C1133      Mobile Data Device ID/Name
C1134      Position IDs (e.g., dispatcher)
C1135      Unit ID
C1136      User ID
C1137      User name
C1138      Workstation ID or name
C1139      Zones
C1140 Ability for drop down menus to provide lists of:
C1141      Users by user group
C1142      User groups
         Ability for users to select one or more recipients from the drop down
C1143
         menus using typical select key functions (e.g., CTRL and SHIFT keys).
      Ability to automatically populate the "To" field on the message mask
C1144
      when selecting recipients.
C1145 Ability to add to a message before forwarding to another user.
C1146 Ability to send a message to all units handling a specific incident.
C1147 Ability to send information displayed on screen to another workstation.
C1148 Ability to send information displayed on screen to an MDC.
C1149 Ability to send information displayed on screen to a printer.
C1150 Ability to include attachments (e.g., mug shots) to messages.
C1151 Ability to add a message before it is rerouted to another user.
      Ability to create new messages by typing message text directly into the
C1152
      mobile computing unit.
      Ability to create a new message by easily copying portions of, or entire,
C1153 other messages in the mobile computing unit, with the option to
      annotate the copied messages with additional new text.
         Ability to transmit a reply message to the originator of a currently
C1154
         displayed message without having to reenter the originator's address.
         Ability to activate a spell-check tool to alert the user of apparent
C1155
         misspellings.
         Ability of spell-check tool to provide alternate word choices for
C1156
         misspelled words.
C1157    Ability to add words to spell-check dictionary.
C1158    Ability to toggle (on/off) spell-check tool.
         Ability to create messages that are retained in the system and sent at
C1159
         pre-specified times.
         Ability to provide a notification for non-delivery of messages (i.e., a
C1160    message sent to a device or group of devices could not be delivered if a
         user is not signed-on to the device(s)).
         Ability to store critical messages for later delivery for an agency-defined
C1161
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         All messages sent and received shall be part of the CAD recorded
C1162
         history (audit trail).
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
C1163 Receiving Messages
      Ability to notify receiver via an audible and/or visual flag that a new
C1164
      message has arrived in mailbox.
C1165 Ability for incoming messages to not interfere with current work.
C1166 Ability to notify receiver of TOTAL number of unread messages.
C1167 Incoming messages must not automatically overlay the screen.
C1168 Ability for each message to be displayed in a separate window.
      Ability for messages to be queued in an "inbox" for later viewing at the
C1169
      convenience of users.
      Ability to identify high priority messages by type of priority (e.g., felony
C1170
      warrant return versus user-defined urgency).
      Ability of the receiving user to enter a single keystroke command to
C1171
      retrieve and display the message.
C1172 Ability to view messages pending in queue.
      Ability to set message priority of specific system generated messages
C1173
      (e.g., high priority of warrant file returns).
C1174 Ability to note time opened/read by receiver.
C1175 Ability to queue and display message waiting by priority.
C1176 Ability to clear a message from the queue.
C1177 Ability to retain a message in the queue.
      Ability to forward a received message to another destination (e.g.,
C1178
      another user or a printer).
      Ability to forward query results to another destination (e.g., another user
C1179
      or a printer).
C1180 Ability to temporarily reroute messages from one user to another user.
C1181 Ability to include graphics in copied messages.
C1182 Ability to attach files to messages.
C1183 Ability to search message repository.
      Ability to clearly mark unread messages as unread (e.g., bold or a
C1184
      different color).
C1185 Ability to provide the following message indicators:
C1186      Number of messages received
C1187      Number of messages waiting
C1188      Message acknowledged or not received
C1189      Message viewed
C1190      Number and priority of queued messages
      Ability to utilize standard keys/touch screen functions to perform the
C1191
      following with one keystroke:
C1192      Clear display
C1193      Display next message
C1194      Clear/erase message
C1195      Store/recall message from message queue




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              Clear/erase operator's entire message queue with prompt to confirm
C1196
              deletion
C1197         Print/routing
         Ability to store and retrieve messages in at least the following queues (to
C1198
         be defined by the system administrator(s)):
C1199         Previously read messages
C1200         Pending messages
         Ability to scroll messages forward and backward within a queue with one
C1201
         key at all times.
         Ability to retrieve for review messages after they are cleared from the
C1202
         screen.
C1203    Ability to acknowledge message receipt with a single button.
C1204    Ability for supervisors to monitor messages.
C1205    Ability for user to disable the monitoring of messages.
C1206    Ability to store messages in an agency-defined buffer size.
C1207    Ability to sort stored messages based on date/time.
C1208 As buffer fills, system will automatically delete oldest messages first.
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C1209 Alerts and Notifications
      Ability to configure unique audible and visual notifications depending on
C1210
      message type.
      Ability to provide user with a visual and/or audible notification of the
C1211
      arrival of a new message.
      Ability to provide sender with a visual and/or audible notification that a
C1212
      sent message was received by a target recipient.
      Ability of notifications to have different audible tones or colors based
C1213 upon type of message. (e.g., red=priority message, blue=administrative
      message)
      Ability for system administrator to suppress confirmation messages to
C1214
      the MDC.
      Ability for units to receive audible notifications of their own status
C1215 changes and incoming new messages without receiving audible
      notifications for other units.
      Ability for audible notification to continue for an agency-defined time
C1216
      period or until message is acknowledged.
C1217 Ability for higher priority messages to open on top of view screens.
C1218 Ability to notify sender when recipient is not signed on to MDC.
C1219 Ability to mute audible tones/warnings/alerts via a single key stroke.
      Ability to provide automatic audible and visual notifications of incoming
C1220
      messages, dispatching and incident information
      Ability to acknowledge automatic audible and visual notifications of
C1221 incoming messages, dispatching and incident information by target unit
      with MDC.
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C1222 CAD System Administration
      Ability of call takers and dispatchers to quickly login and logout without
C1223
      exiting application.
      Ability to easily switch user without shutting down system or losing
C1224
      current status.
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C1225 Geofile Maintenance
C1226 Ability to associate geofile data with the following:
C1227      Address
C1228      Allowed direction of travel
C1229      Cross street
C1230      Entire common place or business name and aliases
C1231      High and low cross streets
C1232      Jurisdiction
C1233      Thomas Brothers map book
C1234      Neighborhood
C1235      Reporting district
C1236      Response area
C1237      X/Y coordinates
      Ability to import GIS data from a spatial database (in ESRI format) into
C1238
      CAD geofile.
      Ability to force adherence to user-defined addressing standards (e.g.,
C1239
      abbreviations, directions, etc.).
C1240 Ability to cross-reference addresses and locations with:
C1241      Entire common place or business name and aliases
C1242      Law enforcement-defined reporting areas
C1243      Street aliases
C1244      X/Y coordinates
C1245      Zip codes
C1246      Other identifiers
      Ability to validate all location entries against a master geofile either from
C1247
      a geofile mask or from the command line.
C1248 Ability to change reporting boundaries (e.g., areas, beats, districts, etc.)
C1249 Ability to maintain "areas" as well as beats.
      Ability to support agency-defined location entries including, but not
C1250
      limited to:
C1251      Apartment building name or number
C1252      Apartment number (e.g., ½, #5, 2D, D2)
C1253      Block range
C1254      Business name
C1255      Census tract
C1256      City
C1257      Common place name
C1258      County
C1259      District




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C1260      Exact address (including ½ addresses)
C1261      Intersections
C1262      Jurisdiction
C1263      Limited access roadways and highways
C1264      Mile posts
C1265      On ramps, off ramps, exit numbers
C1266      Partial/misspelled street names
C1267      Prefix
C1268      Reporting area
C1269      Street abbreviation
C1270      Street alias
C1271      Street name
C1272      Street type
C1273      Suffix
C1274      Train mile post locations
C1275      Train track owners
C1276      X/Y coordinates
C1277      Zip code
C1278      Zones
C1279 Ability to manually override geofile for addresses.
C1280 Ability to enter a reason for an overridden address.
      Ability to generate a report of geofile overrides including all data,
C1281
      operator ID, date, time, operator position.
C1282 Ability to summarize geofile entries for printing.
         Ability to use the coordinate-based geofile to determine if there are
C1283
         premise or hazard records within the user-defined radius of a new call.
      Ability to test new geofile updates "off-line" for accuracy and errors, prior
C1284
      to updating the "live" CAD geographic file.
      Ability to update the "live" CAD system with the new geographic file
C1285
      without system downtime or degradation.
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C1286 Premise History File Maintenance
      Ability to update the "live" system with the new geographic file at any
C1287
      time without affecting premise history information.
      Ability to verify that premise warning or hazard information has not been
C1288
      affected by changes to the geofile.
C1289 Ability to automatically update/create CAD premise history files.
C1290 Ability to automatically update premise history when an incident occurs.
         Ability to capture the following information when creating premise
C1291
         history:
C1292         Incident number
C1293         Type of incident
C1294         Date of incident
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C1296         Narrative text of unlimited length
              Premise safety flag (e.g., checkbox for common types such as
C1297
              Domestic Violence, Gang, etc.)
C1298         Date and time stamp
C1299    Ability to update specific premise information from field:
C1300         Hazardous materials
C1301         Hazardous conditions
C1302         Emergency contact information
C1303         Pre-site code
C1304         Alarm/access
C1305         Occupancy
C1306         Special populations
C1307         Subscriber contact
C1308         Special flags
C1309         Weapons
C1310         Domestic violence
C1311         Other
         Ability to drill down in premise history to find links to incidents, persons,
C1312
         vehicles, etc.
         Ability to pull up a previous call in a premise history file and show any
C1313
         hazards that were valid at the time of the call.
         Ability to set parameters to notify users of premise history (prior
C1314
         incidents) at a specific location.
         Ability to set a time/date range for premise history inquiries and
C1315
         notifications flags.
C1316    Ability to review premise history off-line (e.g., not logged onto CAD)
C1317    Ability to review premise history via read-only web browser.
         Ability to automatically record in the incident history that premise history
C1318
         has been viewed by the user.
         Ability to clear and open location address area, but provide audit trail, if
C1319
         incident is at a different location from the caller.
         Ability to transfer call dispatch time (time call was dispatched by a call-
C1320
         taker) to CAD incident history.
C1321    Ability to capture and maintain specific premise information :
C1322         Alarm/access
C1323         Domestic violence
C1324         Emergency contact information
C1325         Firearms
C1326         Hazardous conditions
C1327         Previous calls for service based on at least the following:
C1328              Address/Location
C1329              Contact information
C1330              Date and time
C1331              Incident number
C1332              Incident type




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C1333      Previous contact with vehicle (s) associated with the call
C1334      Previous contacts with person (s) associated with the call
C1335      Protective orders
C1336      Sexual offenders
C1337      Special flags
C1338      Special populations
C1339      Subscriber contact
C1340      Unit safety
C1341      Other information contained in the premise file
      Ability to store premise information for up to an agency-defined length of
C1342
      time.
C1343 Ability to store premise information for an apartment unit/suite number.

      Ability to define valid date ranges for time limited premise information at
C1344 a given location (e.g., information valid between <start date> and <end
      date>) and notify supervisor of pending expiration dates.
C1345 Ability to define criteria for automatic premise information purges.
C1346 Ability to activate/deactivate automatic premise information purges.
      Ability to verify that premise warning or hazard information has not been
C1347
      affected by changes to the geofile.
C1348 Ability to manage premise information from the field.
      Ability to include in a premise record the following information when
C1349
      premise information is added or changed:
C1350      Unit ID of person entering information
C1351      Time and date stamp at time of entry
           Expiration date (can be auto filled based on user-defined expiration
C1352
           dates and date stamp)
      Ability for system administrator to control types of premise information
C1353
      that can be entered from the field.
C1354 Ability for user to enter contact's primary and secondary phone numbers.
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C1355 Configuration
      Ability for CAD to be configurable to allow for the enforcement of
C1356 Glendale Police Department standard operation procedures (i.e.,
      resource allocation algorithms, incident management, dispatch policies).
C1357 Ability to configure commands (e.g., V = vehicle stop).
C1358 Ability to create agency-defined data entry screens.
C1359 Ability to create agency-defined data fields within entry screens.
      Ability to create conditional fields and mandatory data elements based
C1360
      on agency-defined criteria.
      Ability for agency to add or change data elements on any screen based
C1361
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C1362 Ability for agency to define function keys.
C1363 Ability to save functional and window preferences based on user ID.
         Ability to create and maintain a call type classification that is based upon
C1364
         the time of day.
C1365    Ability to sign on with temporary call sign.
         Ability to have unlimited number of alpha-numeric characters for call
C1366
         type.
C1367    Ability to allow agency to define the following:
C1368         Category codes for pull-down lists
C1369         General classification
C1370         Subtypes of calls
C1371         Call priorities
C1372         Dispatch codes
C1373         Response procedures
C1374         Codes for each valid call disposition used when clearing a call
              Codes for the methods the agency receives calls (i.e. 911, cell
C1375
              phone, walk-in, etc.)
C1376         Codes used to identify areas for statistical reporting reasons
C1377         Priorities assigned to calls codes
C1378    Ability to apply agency-defined data lists for all drop-down menus.
C1379    Ability to convert agency-defined data lists to drop-down menus.
C1380    Ability to configure audio alerts.
C1381    Ability to configure visual alerts.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C1382 Administrative Contact Database
      Ability to maintain a list of contact information and telephone numbers
C1383 related to other county departments, utility companies and other law and
      fire agencies.
      Ability for assigned staff with proper security clearance to update contact
C1384
      list on an as needed basis.
      Ability to access administrative contact database directly from CAD
C1385
      window.
      Ability to create and maintain a centralized database of indexed
C1386 resource telephone, pager and unit radio assignments accessible by all
      CAD users.
C1387 Ability to quickly access officer phone numbers from within CAD.
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
C1388 Resource Deployment Plan Management
      Ability to facilitate changes in resource deployment and CAD control
C1389 through the creation, retrieval and manipulation of resource deployment
      plans.
      Ability to retrieve and load a new deployment plan with a single
C1390
      command.
      Ability to load a new deployment plan without stopping or pausing
C1391
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C1392 Table Maintenance
      Ability for agency to define application table values at time of application
C1393
      implementation.
C1394 Ability for agency to change and update application tables.
C1395 Ability to include, at a minimum, the following data tables:
C1396      Units
C1397      Call types and priorities
C1398        Unit status types (i.e., assigned, unassigned, assigned but available)
C1399      Personnel, including emergency contact info and current assignment
C1400      Service providers
C1401      Patrol and command area definitions
C1402      Timers
C1403      Commands
C1404 Ability to configure status code colors.
      Ability to create and maintain searchable support data files used in
C1405
      dispatch center operations.
      Ability to create and maintain a centralized roster that contains detailed,
C1406
      user-defined personnel and field equipment data.
      Ability to enter a unique searchable user-defined character codes for
C1407
      each unit within a units database.
C1408 Ability to define shift codes.
      Ability to maintain data related to system recommendations and
C1409 decisions in tables that can be supported and changed by a variety of
      agencies and departments.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C1410 CAD Recovery
      Ability to retain and display last-known unit and incident status in the
C1411 event of a catastrophic system failure (e.g., at the workstation, remote
      external logging device or similar solution).
C1412 Ability to perform 'online activity catch-up' after restart of system.
C1413 Ability to reset numbering after CAD system has been restarted.
      Ability to retain CAD numbering sequence after system has been
C1414
      restarted.
      Ability to add events retroactively in the event that the CAD system is
C1415
      unavailable for a time.
      Ability to process retroactive events and assign incident numbers in the
C1416 same manner as new events; the supervisor can override the event
      times associated with the event.
         Ability to recreate a moment in time - snapshots of what was happening
C1417
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         Ability to set aside a block of call for service numbers in the event of a
C1418
         catastrophic CAD failure to enable a manual workflow and tracking.

C1419 Ability to note in the audit trail that an event was entered "retroactively".
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C1420 Dispatch Supervisor Support
      Ability to create and maintain dispatch center staff schedules (12 hours,
C1421 4 shifts and alternate scheduling such as 24 on, 72 off, and 10-hour
      schedules).
C1422 Ability for CAD roster to be updated with vacation, sick, training status.
         Ability for CAD roster to be linked to the schedule with vacation, sick,
C1423
         training status.
         Ability to monitor system configuration and current staffing (e.g., who is
C1424
         signed-on, at what position, and with what responsibilities).
         Ability to generate statistical information on all call-taker activity
C1425    including all incident management time parameters (time on hold,
         response time, etc.).
         Ability to generate statistical information on all call taker/dispatcher
C1426    activity including all incident management time parameters (time on
         hold, response time, etc.).
         Ability to accurately track response times based upon agency-defined
C1427
         parameters.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
C1428 CAD Audit Logs
C1429 Ability to date and time stamp all transactions, including, at a minimum:
C1430        Additional units added to call
C1431        Any status change
C1432        Any change in unit location
C1433        At staging location
C1434        Call assigned to unit's call queue
C1435        Call dispatched
C1436        Call downloaded
C1437        Call priority change
C1438        Call received
C1439        Call re-routed
C1440        Call reviewed
C1441        Call transferred from phone systems to CAD system
C1442        Cleared
C1443        EMS/Fire notified
C1444        En route
C1445        Geoverification
C1446        Incident closed
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C1448      Incident supplemented
C1449      Location change
C1450      On-scene
C1451      Preempt
C1452      Subsequent dispatcher reviews call
C1453      Supervisor notified
C1454      Transferred to dispatcher (call entered)
C1455      Unit receives call
C1456      Unit reviews call (if different from unit receives call)
C1457      Wrecker called
C1458      Wrecker arrived
C1459 Ability to document non-call and call statuses on the unit log.
C1460 Ability to document call number on unit log.
      Ability for CAD to log all actions including but not limited to changes,
C1461 updates, errors, and security violations and attempted breeches.

C1462 Ability to modify comments.
C1463 Ability to track modifications.
C1464 Ability to maintain a log of all messages processed by the CAD system.
      Ability for system administrator to set a limit on the number of messages
C1465
      for the log.
      Ability to generate reports of logged messages by agency-defined
C1466
      criteria including, but not limited to:
C1467      Workstation ID or name
C1468      User ID
C1469      User name
C1470      Group of workstations names
C1471      Group of user IDs (e.g., groups of users, multiple jurisdictions)
C1472      Position IDs (e.g., dispatcher)
C1473      Unit ID
C1474      Mobile Data Device ID/Name
C1475      Send date and time
C1476      Receive date and time
C1477      Selected words or phrases
C1478      Officer ID
      Ability to maintain the log on-line for a user-defined determined period of
C1479
      time, after which time it is archived.
C1480 Ability to access and report archived message data.
TOTAL                                                                                0              0                    0                 0
C1481 CAD Queries
C1482 General Query Features
      Ability, given appropriate permissions, to query any available database
C1483
      with a single query.
      Ability for users to select (e.g., via checkboxes) which databases to
C1484
      include in a query.
C1485 Ability to run an unlimited number of queries simultaneously.




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         Ability to query and retrieve incident records by any combination of data
C1486
         fields in the CAD database.
         Ability to conduct web-based queries on any combination of data fields
C1487
         in the CAD database.
C1488    Ability to search text (e.g., narrative and comment fields).
C1489    Ability to refine queries.
C1490    Ability to conduct Boolean searches.
         Ability to conduct queries using partial names and wild cards in any field
C1491
         within the incident.
C1492    Ability to support English query functionality.
C1493    Ability to apply user-defined filters to query data.
C1494    Ability to query data without date limitations.
         Ability to query data by user-defined subsets (e.g., by district, unit
C1495
         number, incident type).
C1496    Ability to inquire on an apartment number/letter by using wildcard.
         Ability to inquire business name by partial address and have results
C1497
         appear in alphabetical order.
         Ability to provide information (i.e., types of incidents, activity, reporting
C1498
         party, etc.) in an address range (e.g., the area of an intersection).
      Ability to attach to the call history all NCIC/ACJIS queries run from the
C1499
      MDC.
      Ability to present a list of incidents if more than one incident matches the
C1500
      criteria used to retrieve incident records.
      Ability to allow call takers/dispatchers to monitor officer ACJIS/NCIC
C1501
      queries.
      Ability to notify dispatchers when an officer recieves a hit on an
C1502
      ACJIS/NCIC query run from the MDC.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
C1503 Specific CAD Query Capabilities
C1504 Ability to query and view the following by division or beat:
C1505      Active calls
C1506      Assigned calls
C1507      Closed calls
C1508      Priority calls
C1509      Waiting (pending) calls
      Ability to review a summary of all active calls that have been entered for
C1510
      dispatch by:
C1511      Priority
C1512      Group
      Ability to review a summary of all pending calls that have been entered
C1513
      for dispatch by:
C1514      Priority
C1515      Group
C1516 Ability to query detailed unit history by:
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C1518        Date and time range (e.g., start and end date and time parameters)
C1519 Ability to query resource availability by:
C1520      Geographic area (division, district, beat, sub-beat)
C1521      Current location
C1522      Dispatch group
C1523        Unit types (e.g., apparatus, patrol units, bike teams, Hazmat, etc.)
C1524         Special skills
C1525    Ability to query unit status by:
C1526         Geographic area (division, district, beat, sector)
C1527         Dispatch group
C1528         Unit types (e.g., patrol units, bike teams, Hazmat, etc.)
C1529         Unit ID
C1530         Officer ID
C1531         Date and time range
C1532         Incident type
C1533    Ability to query the following unit status summary information:
C1534         Unit ID
C1535         Holding calls
C1536         Incident type
C1537         Unit status
C1538         Elapsed time in current status
C1539    Ability to review historical information related to:
C1540         Location
C1541         Call
C1542         Unit
C1543    Ability to search premise history by:
C1544         Date
C1545         Time range
C1546         Incident number
C1547         Incident type
C1548         officer ID
C1549         Name (e.g., suspect, reporting party, witness, victim)
C1550         Address/location
C1551         Unit ID
C1552         Division
C1553         Vehicle type
C1554         Vehicle license plate
C1555         User-defined words or statements
C1556         Narrative
C1557    Ability to query response area activity by:
C1558         Unit ID, officer ID, employee number
C1559         Date and time range
C1560         Location
C1561         Disposition




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C1562      Shift
C1563      Beat
C1564      Division
C1565      District
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
C1566 Query Returns
      Ability to display call data and query results in such a way that it is easy
C1567 to differentiate between the two types of messages (e.g., color, font,
      screen location).
C1568 Ability to route query functions and responses to specified workstations.
         Ability to select any result from a query and drill down for detailed
C1569
         information (e.g., hyperlink).
C1570 Ability for queries that result in large volumes of data to be restricted by:
C1571         Providing a warning of the numbers of records found
C1572         Providing a warning of the size of records found
C1573         Requesting users to prompt the system to continue the query
C1574         Requesting users to prompt the system to cancel the query
         Ability to view a specified number of records found as defined by the
C1575
         system administrator (i.e., first 10 records, etc.).
         Ability to sort query results by any criteria (e.g., most recent to oldest, by
C1576
         priority, etc.).
C1577    Ability to restrict user actions by:
C1578         Warning of the number of records found
C1579         Using prompts to continue/refine/alter the query
C1580         Displaying a single page of data at a time
         Ability to alert the user if any query returns contain individuals with
C1581
         wants/warrants (e.g. audible or visual).
         Ability to display felony warrants and misdemeanor warrants in different
C1582
         colors.
         Ability to export query returns into other features (e.g., messaging,
C1583
         email).
TOTAL                                                                                      0              0                    0                 0
C1584 CAD Reporting
C1585 Ability to export all CAD data into following file formats:
C1586      ASCII, comma-delineated
C1587      DBF
C1588      Compatible with MS Office Suite, SQL Server
C1589      HTML
C1590      XML
C1591      XTML
C1592      Report Generator
C1593      Rich Text Format
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         Ability to create ad hoc CAD reports based on any data fields in the CAD
C1595
         database.
         Ability to generate the following standard reports based on user-defined
C1596
         criteria:
C1597         Incident analysis by day of week
C1598         Incident analysis by geographic area
C1599         Incident analysis by hour of day
C1600         Incident analysis by shift
C1601         Incident analysis by call type
C1602         Incident analysis by TTY/TDD
C1603         Incident analysis by geographic area by hour of day
C1604         Incident analysis by any agency-defined layer
C1605         False alarm reports
C1606         Crime free multihousing reports
C1607         Processing time by method of receipt:
C1608              Cell phone
C1609              Land-line phone
C1610              10-digit line
C1611              911 line
C1612              Radio
C1613              TTY/TDD
C1614              VoIP
C1615         Response times by geographic area
C1616         Response times by type of call/priority
C1617         Response times by original call destination
C1618         Processing times for calls originating from other PSAPs
C1619           TOTAL and average time on call – by day of week
C1620           TOTAL and average time on call - by geographic area
C1621           TOTAL and average time on call - by hour of day
C1622           TOTAL calls for service by date by nature or disposition
C1623           TOTAL incidents by date by nature or disposition
C1624           TOTAL reports by date by disposition
C1625         Agency-defined query
C1626    Ability to record and create reports using the following information:
C1627         Alarm type
C1628         Alarm company
C1629         Alarm type disposition
C1630         All associated geofile information
C1631         ANI/ALI data including address and phone number
C1632         Business or premise name
C1633         Call taker/dispatcher ID
C1634         Comments/narrative (unlimited)
C1635         Commonplace name (e.g., parks, streets, schools)
C1636         Date and time call disconnect
C1637         Date and time call entered
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C1639        Date and time call answered
C1640        Date and time incident entered
C1641        Date and time incident routed to dispatch
C1642        Date and time location verified
C1643        Date and time of cleared incidents
C1644        Date and time of closed incidents
C1645        Date range
C1646        Final disposition
             Geographical areas defined by the user (e.g., district, sector, patrol
C1647
             area, etc.)
C1648        Incident number
C1649        Incident type
C1650        Incident priority
C1651        Location address, description, supplemental location
C1652        On-scene to transporting time
C1653        Premise and prior information flag
C1654        Premise type (e.g., building, location, person)
             Gap between time a call was received by a dispatcher and the time
C1655
             it was dispatched to a unit.
C1656        Call Priority
C1657        Reporting party information, including name, address and phone
C1658         En route to on-scene time
              Source (e.g., 911 or 10-digit, radio, other codes as defined by
C1659
              agency)
              Time range (any time-stamped event to any other time-stamped
C1660
              event)
C1661         Unit/officer ID
C1662         Hazard information
C1663         User name and ID of all users associated with the incident
              Workstation ID associated with all CAD functions performed on
C1664
              incident
         Ability to provide an analytical tool that reviews workload by, but not
C1665
         limited to:
C1666         Call station
C1667         Call taker/dispatcher
C1668    Ability to track when no officer is available to respond to a call.
         Ability to account for unavailable resources in response time
C1669
         calculations.
C1670 Ability to capture a snap shot, based on day and time parameters, of:
C1671      A workstation
C1672      General CAD system
C1673 Ability to print a chronological incident report.
      Ability to generate daily listing of incidents and officers assigned to the
C1674
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C1675         Incident number
C1676         Actual dispatch location
C1677         Call taker/dispatcher ID
C1678         Date/time received
C1679         Disposition
C1680         Officer ID
C1681         Officer name
C1682         Incident location
C1683    Ability to print audit report of changes to incident records including:
C1684         Transaction type (deletion, edit, etc.)
C1685         Unit ID
C1686         Workstation/terminal ID
C1687    Ability to view requested reports prior to printing.
C1688    Ability to restrict user actions by:
C1689         Warning of the number of records found
C1690         Using prompts to continue/refine/alter the query
C1691         Displaying a single page of data at a time
C1692    Ability to generate a report of E911 data errors.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0
C1693    CAD Testing/Training Environment
         Ability to support a CAD testing/training environment that is identical to
C1694
         the CAD production environment.
         Ability for accurate testing and training to occur without impacting the
C1695
         production environment.
C1696    Ability to include all code tables in the testing/training environment.
         Ability for testing/training code tables to reflect current production code
C1697
         tables.
         Ability to support a separate test E911 connection (or a canned script of
C1698
         E911 information).
         Ability to support a separate test mobile connection (or a canned script
C1699
         of mobile information).
         Ability to provide access to audible radio transmissions from the
C1700
         testing/training environment.
         Ability to support a testing/training start-and-stop sequence that is
C1701
         independent of the production environment.
TOTAL                                                                                   0              0                    0                 0

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                                      Mobile Data Computing Operational Requirements

M1       Global Mobile Data Computing Features
M64      CAD/Mobile Integration
M72      User Interface




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M148     Function Keys/ Commands
M175     Security
M181     Logon/ Logoff
M226     Emergency Key Functionality
M237     Mobile Dispatch Operations
M329     On-View Calls
M335     BOLOs and ATLs
M339     Queries
M436     Message Storage
M448     Mobile Mapping
M519     AVL Integration




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M1       Global Mobile Data Computing Features
         Ability to operate in a "window-like" environment to support concurrent
M2       processing (e.g., invoke a license inquiry using a different "window"
         without losing initial working screen).
         Ability to install third-party programs on the Mobile Data Computer
M3
         (MDC).
         Ability to accurately timestamp all field and dispatch transmissions to
M4
         and from MDC.
M5       Ability to access MDC via a handheld device.
         Ability to access critical assesment information (diagrams, photos,
M6
         narratives) through the MDC
M7       Ability to support local and remote printing.
         Ability to log all mobile activities (e.g., chats, queries,
M8
         uploads/downloads of field reports) by the following:
M9            MDC
M10           Date and time of transmission
M11           Incident number
M12           IP Address
M13           ORI
M14           Radio device ID
M15           Terminal ID
M16           Unit call sign
M17           User ID




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M18           User name
M19           Vehicle ID
         Ability to provide a notification if MDC is receiving negative response
M20
         from CAD system (no connection to CAD).
         Ability to display any announcement (security or other) on the banner
M21
         screen prior to logon.
         Ability to provide screen display formats that are consistent across the
M22
         application.
M23      Ability for screens to display:
M24           Current system date and time
M25           Screen name/description
              Current screen number and total number of screens (i.e. page 1 of
M26
              3)
M27           User ID
M28      Ability to provide a home page with the following items:
M29           Current/active calls
M30           Pending calls
M31           Command area summary
M32           Map
M33      Ability to log and display all times in military (24 hour) clock format.
M34      Ability to log times in 24-hour format (i.e., HH:MM:SS).
         Ability to provide an acknowledgement to dispatcher of all transmissions
M35
         received on the MDC.
M36      Ability to provide an acknowledgement to all sent transmissions.
M37      Ability to indicate when CAD is unable to receive a transmission.
         Ability to limit all commands to only one or two key strokes for functions
M38
         including, but not limited to:
M39           Logon/logoff
M40           Run license plate numbers
M41           Access to web links
M42           Using mapping features
M43           Clear a vehicle stop
M44           Clear incident call
M45           Look up premise history
M46           Update unit status
         Ability to accelerate routine data entry tasks (i.e. workflow functionality)
M47
         with the following:
M48           Drop-down lists
M49           Auto-fill/auto-search
M50           Keyboard macros
M51      Ability to perform the following tasks at any MDC:
M52           Remote printing (user definable)
M53           Electronic messaging between two or more MDCs
M54           Electronic messaging between all MDCs
M55           Electronic messaging between MDCs and CAD
M56           Store files on removable media (CD, thumb drive, etc.)




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M57          Access and display electronic maps
M58          Access and display electronic photos
M59          Display driver's license photos on MDC
M60          Display thumbnail photos on MDC
M61          Read driver license magnetic stripe in unit for person identification.
M62        Use a fingerprint reader
M63        Read license plate bar codes for vehicle identification
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
M64   CAD/Mobile Integration
      Ability to run multiple applications (mobile, automated field reporting) on
M65   the MDC at the same time, with CAD operations having precedence
      over reporting operations.
      Ability to minimize transmitted data by storing pre-defined data entry
M66
      templates in the MDC.
      Ability to receive dispatch alerts and/or indicators without losing current
M67
      work.
      Ability to receive and acknowledge a dispatch notification without losing
M68
      any data from other applications.
         Ability for data from a CAD incident record to automatically populate a
M69      report (e.g., if entering an incident number into a report, agency-defined
         CAD data in system populates the appropriate report fields).
         Ability for queries performed in CAD to be automatically forwarded, or
M70
         viewable by the unit in the field requesting the information.
M71      Ability to autopopulate appropriate report fields upon geoverification.
TOTAL                                                                                  0              0                    0                 0
M72      User Interface
M73      Ability to toggle among applications.
M74      Ability to toggle among windows.
M75      Ability to minimize or expand any window.
M76      Ability to cascade windows.
M77      Ability to support touch-screen functionality.
M78      Ability to support voice activated (voice command) functionality.
M79      Ability to perform commands using any of the following methods:
M80           Easy access toolbar
M81           Right mouse click
M82           Agency defined function keys (hot keys)
M83           Command lines
M84           Touch screen
M85      Ability to utilize type-ahead functionality specific to drop-down menus.
M86      Ability to configure window views with the following:
M87           Window size
M88           Window position




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M89           Window colors
              Window priority (i.e., select window(s) that will always appear or
M90
              move to the front of screen) (user-definable)
M91           Text size
M92           Text color
M93           Message window location
M94           Message window size
M95           Column
M96           Rows
M97      Ability for end-users to configure window views with the following:
M98           Window size
M99           Window position
M100          Window colors
              Window priority (i.e., select window(s) that will always appear or
M101
              move to the front of screen) (user-definable)
M102          Text size
M103          Text color
M104          Message window location
M105          Message window size
M106          Column
M107          Rows
M108     Ability for end users to save a workstation configuration by user ID.
M109     Ability to maintain window configuration settings during upgrades.
M110     Ability to allow return to system default settings.
M111     Ability for agency to define a default application layout.
M112     Ability to configure a default for the following application settings:
M113          Color
M114          Reverse video (e.g., day/night mode)
M115          Audible message
M116          Audible tones
M117     Ability to allow users to return to application default settings.
         Ability for users to select a color configuration scheme that
M118
         accommodates color-blindness.
         Ability to provide visible differentiation (e.g., color) between active
M119
         applications.
M120     Ability to cut and paste from one application or window to another.
         Ability for users to modify display preferences in the workstation
M121
         environment (e.g., sort status monitors, etc.).
M122     Ability to accept input from:
M123          Command entries on a command line
M124          Function keys (one touch keys)
M125          Point-and-click devices (i.e., mouse, trackball, touch pad)
M126          Touch screen
M127          Voice
M128          Card swipe device
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M130     Ability to provide a command line on the MDC screen.
M131     Ability to move forward and backward to complete data fields.
M132     Ability to page up and down.
M133     Ability to scroll up and down.
         Ability to display the following information on the screen during normal
M134
         operations:
M135          Availability of wireless connectivity
M136          Communication verification and other MDC operational status
M137          Current status of defined units
M138          Incident number
M139          Message alert
M140          Radio talk group (if assigned)
M141          Unit ID
M142          Vehicle location
M143     Ability to view multiple calls simultaneously (e.g., in different windows).
         Ability to always display incident address and unit status on user's unit
M144
         status bar regardless of foreground window.
         Ability to view all incident data on a single window with scroll down
M145
         capabilities.
M146     Ability to display incident status based on incident priority.
M147     Ability to display incidents using different colors for different priorities.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
M148 Function Keys/Commands
M149 Ability to support single keystroke commands.
         Ability to support agency-defined hot keys and programmable function
M150
         keys with the following agency configurable functions and statuses:
M151         Arrived/unit on-scene
M152         Retrieve call information
M153         Clear/available
M154         Code 3 (lights and sirens on)
M155         Display message
M156         Disposition call
M157         Emergency
M158         En route to station
M159         En route/unit responding
M160         Flagging report
M161         In-service
M162         In-service/report writing
M163         Maps
M164         Out-of-service
M165         Premise information
M166         Secure terminal (easy to lock and unlock)
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M168          Unit status
M169          Units assigned to call
M170          Vehicle registration check
M171          Additional definitions as necessary
M172     Ability to configure screen button size by pixels.
         Ability to configure an MDC button (tool bar or function key) to launch
M173
         any third-party program (e.g., Adobe. Word, etc.).
M174     Ability to view command screen with a function/special key.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
M175 Security
M176     Ability to require both user identification and password or user code.
         Ability to temporarily disable access to the mobile data device with a
M177     single keystroke and unlock the unit by entering a password to return to
         normal.
M178     Ability to encrypt data per NCIC for all communications.
M179     Ability to ensure the confidentiality of appropriate files within the system.
M180 Ability to print a log of all transactions for an MDC.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
M181 Logon/Logoff
      Ability to logon to CAD/Mobile system with the following agency
M182
      selectable information:
M183       Mileage
M184       Equipment (multiple)
M185       Partner ID(s)
M186       Password (no echo)
M187       Personnel/badge number
M188       Radio ID(s)
M189       Unit ID
M190       User ID
M191       User name(s)
M192       Vehicle ID
M193 Ability for agency to define mandatory logon fields.
M194 Ability to logoff with the following information:
M195       Mileage
M196       Unit ID
      Ability to support a single password sign-on to both CAD and the
M197
      operating system.
      Ability to limit MDC logons to only those personnel specifically
M198
      authorized to use that MDC.
      Ability for user to select which group to be assigned to when logging into
M199
      system.
      Ability for agency to set the time an MDC can remain inactive before
M200
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         Ability to automatically provide notification following an agency-defined
M201
         number of unsuccessful logon attempts.
         Ability to automatically notify the following of MDC logon and logoffs
M202
         (e.g., name, ID, vehicle information, etc.):
M203          Dispatchers
M204          Field supervisors
M205     Ability to logon multiple individuals per unit.
M206     Ability for field unit to be signed on multiple devices concurrently
         Ability to automatically logoff current users upon entry of a new logon
M207
         command by a new user.
         Ability, when there are multiple users logged onto one MDC, to allow
M208     one officer to logoff the system while allowing another to remain logged
         on.
M209     Ability to logoff an MDC and remain logged into CAD system.
         Ability for a user to logoff the system and save information on the MDC
M210
         including:
M211          Notes
M212          Messages
M213          Query returns
M214          In-progress reports
M215     Ability to store the following until manually deleted by the user:
M216          Notes
M217          Messages
M218          Query returns
M219          In-progress reports
         Ability to support a user-initiated download of software/files at logon
M220
         without interfering with operational performance.
         Ability to support an automatic download of software/files at logon
M221
         without interfering with operational performance.
         Ability for the BOLO module to be automatically updated on the user's
M222
         computer upon user logon.
         Ability to automatically update unit roster information based on MDC
M223
         logon information.
M224     Ability to separate MDC logoff from designating status as off-shift.
M225     Ability to separate MDC logon from designating status as on-shift.
TOTAL                                                                                 0              0                    0                 0
M226 Emergency Key Functionality
      Ability to initiate an emergency message transmission from a touch
M227
      screen button or hot key.
      Automatically transmit the following information in an emergency
M228
      situation:
M229       User name
M230       User ID
M231       Last known location
M232       Reference to incident




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         Ability to configure emergency key to capture agency-defined key
M233
         combination.
         Ability to send to all mobile and CAD users (except the sender) an
M234     emergency notification with unit ID and location (if known) when the
         emergency key is activated.
         Ability to prevent emergency notification from appearing on the sender's
M235
         screen.
         Ability for the MDC screen to revert to its prior view after the user
M236
         dismisses an emergency message.
TOTAL                                                                                        0              0                    0                 0
M237     Mobile Dispatch Operations
M238     Ability to view pending calls and comments without assigning unit.
M239     Ability to view active calls and comments without assigning unit.
M240     Ability to view unit status by:
M241          Individual unit
M242          Squad
M243          Area command
M244          City wide
M245     Ability to receive dispatches on the MDC.
         Ability to receive automated updates of calls holding (e.g., automatically
M246
         by assignment, priority or scheduled time)
         Ability for all officers dispatched to a call to receive notification when
M247
         other officers are en route.
         Ability for all officers dispatched to a call to received notification of status
M248
         and location changes of other officers dispatched to the call.
         Ability to provide visual or audible alert to indicate that a dispatch has
M249
         arrived.
         Ability to provide a distinguishable visual and audible alert for high
M250
         priority calls (as defined by the agency).
M251     Ability to access and read all call comments associated with a call.
         Ability to display the following information upon dispatch of unit to an
M252
         incident:
M253          Assisting unit(s)
M254          Comments/narrative (unlimited)
M255          Reporting party name
M256          Reporting party phone
M257          Reporting party address
M258          Date and time incident entered
M259          Incident location with cross streets
M260          Incident priority
M261          Incident type
M262          Local area
M263          Suspect Information (name, description, location)
M264            Name
M265            Description
M266            Location




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M267          Phone number at incident location (if different)
M268          Premise and prior information flag
M269          Premise history information
M270          Recommended route
M271          System generated incident number
M272          Vehicle information
M273          Weapons involved
         Ability to indicate to dispatcher that mobile user has received the
M274
         dispatch message.
M275     Ability to update unit status including, but not limited to:
M276          Available
M277          Busy
M278          Clear
M279          Delayed response
M280          On-scene
M281          Out-of-service
M282          Responding
         Ability to receive supplemental incident information (e.g., location,
M283     suspect, vehicle or other information, etc.) without interrupting or
         overlaying current screen.
         Ability to access premise information (e.g., gate codes, hazards) from
M284
         the vehicles.
         Ability to update premise information from the vehicle (e.g., update gate
M285
         codes).
M286     Ability to receive premise information attached to a call.
         Ability to indicate type of premise information that is attached to a call
M287     (e.g., gate code, hazard, etc. so that officer can decide whether or not to
         retrieve the information).
         Ability for field units to have the option of pulling up or not pulling up
M288
         premise information attached to the call.
         Ability to retrieve premise information for an address not associated with
M289
         a call for service.
         Ability to alert user that supplemental incident information is available for
M290
         viewing via:
M291          Visual alert
M292          Audible alert
         Ability for mobile screen to update automatically as new information is
M293
         added to a call (e.g., without user intervention).
         Ability for refreshed screens to display the information most recently
M294
         added to a call.
M295     Ability to transmit status information to the CAD system in real time.
M296     Ability to update call status from field.
         Ability for call status updates to be instantly transmitted to or from the
M297
         CAD system.
M298     Ability to retrieve previous incidents.




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M299     Ability to view information on previous incidents including:
M300          Call type
M301          Date of prior call
M302          Dispatcher comments
M303          Location
M304          Officer comments
M305          Persons Info
M306          Vehicle Info
M307     Ability to add incident comments at a later time.
         Ability for field supervisors with appropriate permissions to perform the
M308
         following tasks from their MDCs:
M309          Override incident priority
M310          Change the status of their units
M311          Add units to a call
M312          Remove units from a call
M313          Put a unit in or out of service
M314     Ability of command personnel to self-assign to:
M315          Units
M316          Stations
M317          Calls
M318          Incidents
M319     Ability of command personnel to self-dispatch to incidents.
M320     Ability for officer to obtain own report numbers from CAD system.
M321     Ability to clear calls from the MDC.
         Ability to require a call clearance code in order to clear a call from the
M322
         MDC.
M323     Ability to require comments in order to clear a call from the MDC.
M324     Ability for officers to put themselves on a call (e.g., to avoid radio traffic).
         Ability to send notification to the appropriate dispatcher when officers put
M325
         themselves on calls.
M326     Ability for officers to reopen closed calls to add follow-up comments.
M327     Ability for officers to see related calls on their MDCs.
M328     Ability to hyperlink to related calls.
TOTAL                                                                                        0              0                    0                 0
M329     Onview - Self-Initiating Dispatch
M330     Ability to initiate a dispatch from the MDC.
         Ability to initiate a dispatch with a function-key (e.g., if get in a foot
M331
         pursuit and need to initiate incident quickly).
         Ability, with appropriate supporting map/AVL technology, to indicate unit
M332
         location when initiating a dispatch with a function key.
         Ability to validate self-initiating dispatch location at the dispatch level (to
M333
         avoid hang-ups in the field).
         Ability to automatically run a license plate check, without having to
M334
         execute a second query, upon a self-initiating dispatch.




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M335     BOLOs and ATLs
M336     Ability to create a BOLO or ATL from a MDC.
M337     Ability to assign an expiration date to the BOLO or ATL.
M338     Ability to search BOLOs and ATLs from a MDC.
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M339     Queries
         Ability to query the following systems and review results and source of
M340
         the query on the MDC:
M341          CAD
M342          ACJIS/NCIC
M343          RMS
M344          Arizona Computerized Criminal History System (ACCH)
M345          Phoenix PACE warrant system
M346          LEJIS
M347          Gangnet
M348          Justice Web Interface (JWI)
M349          WISENET
M350          COPLINK
M351          CARNAC
M352     Ability to review attachment
         Ability to access restraining orders (e.g., orders of protection, trespass
M353
         warrants, etc.) from the MDC.
M354     Ability to access pawn database from the MDC.
M355     Ability to access the RMS to create lineups in the field.
M356     Ability to access and view case reports from the MDC.
M357     Ability to initiate queries with a single key stroke.
         Ability to use predefined data entry forms/screens (masks) to minimize
M358
         data transmitted during queries.
M359     Ability for agency to create standard query screen formats (masks).

M360     Pre-defined data entry/query forms should include, but not be limited to:
M361         Articles
             Accident Investigation (e.g., appropriate State of Arizona accident
M362
             forms)
M363         Boats
M364         Driver license query
M365         License plate query
M366         Logon/logoff
M367         Missing person information
M368         Name query
M369         Premise information query
M370         Previous events
M371         Incident status




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M372          Unit status
M373          Tow request
M374     Ability to access query forms by:
M375          Dedicated function keys
M376          Drop down menus
M377          Command line entry
         Ability to search and query all appropriate databases with one query
M378
         request.
         Ability to provide check boxes for users to indicate which databases to
M379
         query.
         Ability to search and query all appropriate databases without impacting
M380
         dispatching performance.
M381     Ability to set agency-defined defaults for databases to query.
         Ability to enter vehicle stops on the command line or entry form and
M382     automatically run the license plate against all available relevant
         databases.
M383     Ability to conduct multiple license plate searches simultaneously.
M384     Ability to save all previous license plate searches until user clears data.
         Ability to automatically run the registered owner of the vehicle in a
M385
         license plate query return.
M386     Ability to save all query returns until user clears data.
         Ability to save all stored query returns after logoff (e.g., returns are still
M387
         there the next time user logs onto the system).
         Ability to produce an alert when a query return contains a record
M388
         marked as potentially hazardous:
M389          Visible alert
M390          Audible alert
         Ability to produce an alert when a record returns a record containing a
M391
         stolen vehicle.
M392          Visible alert
M393          Audible alert
         Ability to drill down into query returns regarding a potentially hazardous
M394
         subject, vehicle, and/or location to find the details of that hazard.
         Ability to differentiate between call data and query results (e.g., color,
M395
         font, screen location).
M396     Ability to query unit status by:
M397          Geographic area (e.g., area, beat, district, division, etc.)
M398          Dispatch group
M399          Unit ID
M400          Date and time range
M401          Call/event type
M402          Location
M403          Incident type
M404          Unit status




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M405          Comments
M406          Elapsed time in current status
M407     Ability to query unit history detail by:
M408          Unit ID
M409          Officer ID
M410          Date and time range (i.e., start and end dates or times)
M411     Ability to query and retrieve incident records by:
M412          Incident number
M413          Case number
M414          Location or partial location
M415          Cross streets
M416          Reporting district
M417          Name (suspect, reporting party, witness, victim)
M418          License plate
M419         Date and time range (e.g., start and end data and time parameters)
M420          Officer ID
M421          Incident type
M422          Incident priority
M423          Any unit ID assigned to the incident
M424          Any operator ID associated with the incident
M425          Geographic area (e.g., area, beat, district, division, etc.)
M426     Ability to sort query results on any returned field.
         Ability to restrict delayed hit notifications (ACJIS) from the MDC unless
M427
         the officer who ran the query is currently signed on.
         Ability to select incident address/location and automatically retrieve any
M428
         available premise history.
M429     Ability to query free text.
M430     Ability to perform database searches using:
M431          "String search"
M432          "Wild cards"
M433          Combinations of fields
M434          Date ranges
M435          Soundex or sound-alike algorithm
TOTAL                                                                                    0              0                    0                 0
M436 Messaging
M437     Ability for user to choose which group and division messages to receive.
M438     Ability to store messages for later viewing.
         Ability to store for later recall messages over an agency-defined time
M439
         period that were delivered during a log-on session.
M440     Ability for host computer to store unread messages when user logs off.
         Ability for users to save BOLOs for later retrieval, even after session log-
M441
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M442     Ability to sort stored messages based on priority and then by date/time.
         Ability for messages to be able to be sorted by most recent or first call
M443
         received.
         Ability to move a return containing a stolen vehicle to the front of the
M444
         message queue.
         Ability for user to decide what types of messages are automatically
M445
         saved (e.g., dispatch, query returns, administrative, etc.).
M446     Ability to attach files to messages.
M447     Ability to attach photos to messages.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
M448 Mobile Mapping
M449 Ability to support AVL functionality.
M450 Ability to support GPS functionality.
      Ability to cache map layers to minimize the amount of data transmitted
M451
      wirelessly.
M452 Ability to support full touch screen capability.
M453 Ability to select and use static and non-static mapping formats.
      Ability for map to function in the background and not supersede other
M454
      applications.
M455 Ability to support user-definable symbols based on:
M456       Class of features
M457       Postscript fonts (point data)
M458       Icons
      Ability to support administrative tools that are produced by outside
M459
      agencies to manage map layers.
         Ability to support data developed on an ESRI GIS-based platform,
M460
         including, but not limited to: street centerlines, address points, buildings.

         Ability to display County maps with agency-defined features (i.e., street
M461
         names, block ranges, terrain features, common places, etc.).

M462     Ability to provide the same navigation functionality as for CAD mapping.

M463     Ability to provide the same mapping functionality as for CAD mapping.
M464     Ability to zoom in and zoom out on map.
M465     Ability to zoom by click with re-center.
M466     Ability to zoom in/out to fixed extents.
M467     Ability to pan by scraping across screen.
M468     Ability to identify layer attributes.
M469     Ability to support dynamic labeling of layers.
M470     Ability to support scaled dependencies for layers.
         Ability to support hyperlinks to files, URL's and other documents
M471
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         Ability to locate address information by address point or street
M472
         centerline.
M473     Ability to display map legend.
M474     Ability to display compass direction between two user selected points.
         Ability to display distance in standard measurements between two user
M475
         selected points.
M476     Ability to graphically display street network for a desired coverage area.
         Ability to access and display specific map layers (e.g., apartment
M477
         complexes, special structures, etc.).
         Ability to display maps with the following features, including, but not
M478
         limited to:
M479          Streets, intersections and freeways
M480          Street names
M481          Block ranges
M482          Business name
M483          Major buildings or facilities
M484          Parcel
M485          Map page or reference numbers
M486          Reporting districts
M487          Parks
M488          Schools
M489          Public safety buildings
M490          Response areas
M491          Map or terrain features (e.g., rivers)
M492          Photo overlay
M493          Common places (i.e., point coverage)
M494          Agency-defined layers
M495     Ability to center map display on:
M496          Current vehicle location (with AVL)
M497          Dispatch location
M498          Location of cursor when mouse button is clicked
M499          Specified geographic area
M500          Station location
M501     Ability to display location at cursor when mouse button is clicked.
         Ability for an apartment complex map to "pop up" when user clicks on
M502     the location for the apartment complex (assuming user-created map
         layer containing site maps).
M503     Ability to add and/or delete bookmarks.
         Ability to center the map on a verified location and mark the location with
M504
         a unique icon.
         Ability to automatically link and display map data for a dispatched
M505
         location.
M506     Ability to display active incidents and unit statuses on the map.




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         Ability to filter the display of active incident and unit status based on map
M507
         scale.
         Ability to enter an address and display map along with indicators of
M508
         additional information that needs to be looked up.
M509     Ability to support quickest-time routing for all dispatches.
M510     Ability to calculate directions to incident/specified location.
M511     Ability to recalculate directions to incident/specified location on the fly.

         Ability to display shortest route from point-A to point-B (i.e., street
M512     network routing), and highlight quickest route, including directions based
         upon roadway/access availability (e.g., construction, detours).
         Ability to update and display real-time street information such as traffic
M513
         conditions, road conditions, construction, closures, etc.
M514     Ability to provide closest cross streets.
         Ability to provide audible routing information (i.e., similar to a Garmin
M515
         GPS unit).
         Ability to automatically generate a perimeter upon entry of a location and
M516
         perimeter distance (e.g., set a 3 block perimeter around 300 Main St.).
M517     Ability to receive suggested perimeter positions from dispatch.
         Ability for suggested perimeter positions to automatically appear on a
M518
         map upon receipt.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0
M519 AVL Integration
M520 Ability to view other unit locations and last known locations.
      Ability to display vehicle location on a map and view progress toward
M521
      incident location.
M522 Ability to display direction of travel of units.
      Ability to automatically rotate map so that unit is automatically displayed
M523
      moving the same direction.
      Ability to highlight on the map the recommended route from current
M524
      location to a dispatched incident site.
TOTAL                                                                                     0              0                    0                 0

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                                    Automated Field Reporting Operational Requirements

A1       Field Reporting: General Functions and Features
A18      MDC Integration
A22      CAD Integration
A24      RMS Integration
A37      Jail Integration
A58      Data Entry
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A213     Citations
A223     Restraints and Orders of Protection
A226     Report Approval
A252     Report Submission
A286     Report Access




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A1       Field Reporting: General Functions and Features
         Ability for reporting software to work on both mobile and desktop
A2
         computers.
         Ability to save reports in progress and resume report at the exact
A3
         location in report completion process with no loss of data.
         Ability to work on multiple reports and multiple incidents simultaneously
A4
         and toggle among them at the user's discretion.
         Ability to automatically save incomplete reports at the network level so
A5       that a user can access the report at a later time from a computer other
         than the one used to start the original report.
         Ability to automatically attach supplemental reports to the original case
A6
         report.
         Ability for the agency to define the minimum information required for a
A7       report (e.g., to allow officers to write short, simple reports on minor
         incidents requiring documentation but not extensive data entry).
         Ability to correlate and track supplemental reports/attachments to the
A8
         original case number.
         Ability to automatically backup in-progress reports via flashcards, disks,
A9
         etc.
         Ability to input data into any part of the system using the automated field
A10
         reporting system.
         Ability to provide a drop-down list of possible actions relating to a call
A11      (e.g., arrest, vehicle tow, FI) and open necessary templates
         automatically upon selection of an action.
         Ability to access any combination of templates via menus and/or
A12
         dedicated function keys.
         Ability to initiate inquiries into one or more databases from within an
A13
         automated field report.
A14      Ability to provide on-line instructions and help manuals.
A15      Ability to complete use of force form and route to supervisor.
A16      Ability to work off-line and upload reports once on-line.




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         Ability for case reports to have an error checking process for NIBRS
A17      compliancy prior to the case being submitted by the officer from both
         Records and Mobile case entry modules.
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A18   MDC Integration
      Ability to minimize transmitted data by storing pre-defined data entry
A19
      templates in the MDC.
A20   Ability to quickly minimize field reporting screens.
      Ability to receive dispatch alerts and/or indicators while field reporting
A21
      application is in use.
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A22   CAD Integration
         Ability for data from a CAD Incident record to automatically populate a
A23      report (e.g., if enter an incident number is entered into a report, all CAD
         data in system populate the appropriate report fields).
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A24   RMS Integration
      Data should be entered one time into system (i.e. there is no duplicate
A25
      data entry).
      All external system query functionality and features available in the RMS
A26
      are available in the field reporting software.
      All fields in the field reporting module have corresponding data elements
A27
      in the RMS application.
      Ability to populate the RMS with information submitted in automated field
A28
      reports.
      Ability to handle multiple case reports (e.g., originals, supplementals)
A29
      per CAD incident.
      Ability to permit users to submit supplemental reports to RMS before the
A30
      original report is submitted to RMS.
      Ability to update data in the RMS application as soon as the report
A31
      approval process is completed.
      Ability to enter, in the field, data required for any incident report (e.g.,
A32
      case report, traffic, DUI, etc.)
A33   All forms are available on-line.
A34   Ability to print citations in the field.
A35   Ability to print receipt types (i.e., property form).
A36   Ability to pre-populate pre-booking form.
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A37   Jail Integration
      Ability for officers to submit a pre-booking form to the Jail (RMS) that
A38
      contains, but is not limited to, the following:
A39     Name information
A40     Location information
A41     Charges
A42     Bail information (based on charges)




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A43        Injuries
A44        Rights statement read
A45        Date and time of arrest
A46        Arresting officer
A47        Search officer
A48        Search witness officer
A49        Property information
A50        Date of birth
           Victim information if domestic violence incident, including address,
A51
           phone, relationship, contact order number
A52        Vehicle impound information
A53        Miranda Information:
A54          Miranda read? (Y/N)
A55          By Officer
A56          Date and Time Read
         Ability for information entered into the pre-booking form to populate the
A57
         case report and vice versa (e.g., to eliminate duplicate data entry).
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A58   Data Entry
A59   Ability to support input via:
A60     Keyboard
A61     Pen-based touch screen
A62     Voice
A63     Touch screen
A64     Card swipe device
A65     Bar code readers
      Ability to pre-populate entry screens with previously entered data (e.g.,
A66
      to minimize redundant data entry).
      Ability to provide standardized format for data elements (e.g., hair, color,
A67
      race, cities, abbreviations).
      Ability to accelerate routine data entry tasks (i.e., workflow functionality)
A68
      with the following:
A69     Drop-down lists
A70     Auto-fill/auto-search
A71     Keyboard macros
      Ability to populate officer ID number when officer name is entered into
A72
      case report form.
A73      Ability to cut and paste data between fields and across applications.

A74      Ability to automatically calculate the day of week for any entered date.
A75      Ability to convert agency-defined data lists to drop-down menus.
A76      Ability to enter data in a non-case sensitive format.
         Ability to move forward and backward to complete data fields without
A77
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         Ability to use drop down menus for the second page of offense report
A78
         form check boxes
A79      Ability to use drop down menus for selected fields.
         Ability to automatically translate standard offense text entries into
A80
         UCR/NIBRS codes.
         Ability to populate data across reports and systems to eliminate
A81
         redundant data entry.
         Ability for corrected data in a field (e.g., address) to autopopulate across
A82
         related reports.
         Ability to validate name at time of data entry via a name search by exact
A83
         spelling, diminutives, and Soundex search capability.
A84      Ability to perform name search on:
A85           Full name
A86           Partial name
A87           Diminutive name
A88           Aliases
A89           Monikers
A90      Ability to enter unlimited text with wrap-around feature.
         Ability to provide rudimentary word processing capabilities to support the
A91
         entry of narratives.
         Ability to support cut and paste functionality from MS Word into the case
A92
         report narrative.
         Ability to create a dictionary of standard language templates for reports
         that officers input frequently (e.g., standard language for domestic
A93
         violence situations). Officers should be able to use short cuts to access
         the templates.
A94      Ability to define mandatory fields.
         Ability to prevent appearance on a data entry screen of a field for which
A95
         a value should not be entered.
A96      Ability to identify to user mandatory fields based on crime type.
A97      Ability to identify to user all required forms based on:
A98           Crime type
A99           Age of offender
         Ability to limit available values in subsequent code tables based on an
A100
         entered crime type.
A101     Ability to distinguish between mandatory and optional fields.
A102     Ability to prompt for required data fields based on previous entries.
         Ability to require mandatory elements of offense (dependant upon crime
A103
         type)
A104     Ability to prompt user to complete any mandatory fields not completed.
A105     Ability to turn off any fields not required by the agency.
         Ability to apply logic-driven fields to support data validation (e.g., error
A106
         message with conflicting age/DOB).
A107     Ability to perform validation during data entry.
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         Ability to validate data entry to ensure all required fields have been
A109
         completed.
         Ability to validate data entry to ensure that only valid codes have been
A110
         used.
         Ability to validate any data field that requires master index data against
A111
         master indices.
A112     Ability to geoverify location of all addresses in a case report.
A113     Ability to validate all names in a case report.
         Ability to advise user of data entry or command errors with clear and
A114
         concise messages.
A115     Ability to suggest a remedy for errors.
         Ability to advise user of required data necessary to complete a
A116
         transaction or report.
A117     Ability to automatically update current age based on date of birth entry.
         Ability to link the date a user enters an age value to the entered age if
A118
         the age is entered without a date of birth.
         Ability to automatically calculate age based on entered DOB and notify
A119
         user if person is a juvenile.
         Ability to prompt the data entry operator to fill out all juvenile related
A120
         forms/fields if the DOB indicates a juvenile.
         Ability to display the details of a potential duplicate name entry without
A121
         interrupting the incident report entry process.
A122     Ability to enter an unlimited number of:
A123       Persons
A124       Property
A125       Vehicles
         Ability to automatically prompt for the appropriate report information
A126     based on incident type (sexual assault, domestic violence, juvenile
         cases, etc.).
         Ability to automatically populate report fields with any information
A127
         already in system.
A128     Ability to automatically populate report with query response data.
         Ability to populate all available information to the current transaction
A129     whenever a person, vehicle or location is identified as existing in the
         system (e.g., address, vehicle description, etc.).
         Ability to override auto population of any data fields other than system
A130
         generated fields (e.g., date and time stamps, operator ID, etc.).
         Ability to validate name at time of data entry via a name search by exact
A131
         spelling, diminutives, and Soundex search capability.
A132     Ability to validate address against a master geofile at time of data entry.
         Ability to validate data online at point of entry, including, but not limited
A133
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A134       Incident number




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A135       Name
A136       Address (reporting district, beat, sector, x/y coordinate)
A137       Crime code (nature of call)
A138       Logical date sequence
A139     Ability to indicate unverified locations.
         Ability to enter an unlimited length of text into free form text and
A140
         comment fields.
A141     Ability to scroll through all free form text and comment fields.
         Ability to utilize standard word processor functions (e.g., spell check, cut
A142
         and paste, etc.) within the report writing process.
A143     Ability to prompt user to check spelling and grammar.
         Ability to attach files to automated field reports, including, but not limited
A144
         to the following file types:
A145       Text
A146       PDF
A147       Image
A148       Map
A149       Audio
A150     Ability to print files attached to automated field reports.
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A151  Field Contacts
A152  Ability to electronically link field contact cards to MNI records.
      Ability to create and maintain field contact records, including, but not
A153
      limited to, the following information:
A154       Incident number
A155       Date and time of report
A156       Name (last, first, middle)
A157       Date and time of contact
A158       Location of contact
A159       Date of birth
A160       Sex
A161       Race
A162       Height
A163       Weight
A164       Hair color
A165       Eye color
A166       Social security number
A167       Scars, marks, and tattoos (multiple)
A168            Type
A169            Location
A170            Description
A171       Clothing
A172       Address
A173       Home telephone number
A174       Employer/ school
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A176          Work phone
A177          Cell phone
A178          Vehicle type
A179          Year
A180          Make
A181          Model
A182          Style
A183          Color
A184          License plate number
A185          License plate state
A186          Driver's license number
A187          In company of (multiple)
A188               Name (last, first, middle)
A189               Date of birth
A190          Aliases
A191          Type of report
A192          Trespass warning given? (Y/N)
A193          Urban camping warning given? (Y/N)
A194          Route to (drop down list)
A195          Officer name
A196          Officer ID number
A197          Narrative (unlimited text)
         Ability to enter all field contact data, including the narrative, on one
A198
         screen.
A199     Ability to autopopulate the following field contact fields from CAD:
A200          Incident number
A201          Time of contact
A202          Location
         Ability to track and associate a field contact record with an incident/case
A203
         number.
A204     Ability to hyperlink a field contact record to the related CAD incident.
         Ability to provide check boxes to capture whether people meet certain
A205
         criteria (e.g., sex offender, gang member, transit, etc.)
         Ability to automatically assign a unique number to each field contact
A206
         record.
         Ability to validate name at time of data entry via a name search by exact
A207
         spelling, diminutives, and Soundex search capability.
A208     Ability to validate address against a master geofile at time of data entry.
         Ability to associate field contacts with multiple persons and multiple
A209
         vehicles.
         Ability to attach images (e.g., scanned, digital, etc.) to field contact
A210
         records.
         Ability to cut and paste information from one field card to another (e.g.,
A211
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         Ability to display, upon entry of subject data into the field contact
A212
         module, any alerts associated with subject.
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A213  Citations
      Ability to generate electronic citations (e.g., capture the information
A214
      electronically and print a copy on a printer in the vehicle).
A215  Ability to pre-populate citation form with data via card swipe.
      Ability to automatically run ACJIS/NCIC checks on any name entered
A216
      into a citation.
A217  Ability to include citations in report approval process.
A218  Ability to void a citation but keep a record of it in the system
      Ability to enter paper citations retroactively (e.g., in the event the system
A219
      is down or the officer is unable to access system).
      Ability to include on citation input form free form notes that are not
A220
      printed on citation.
      Ability to remove specific fields of citation for electronic transfer (e.g.,
A221
      officer notes removed when transferred to court)
A222  Ability to print citations on vehicle printers.
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A223  Restraints and Orders of Protection
      Ability for officers to update attempts to serve documents (e.g., orders of
A224
      protection) from the vehicle.
A225  Ability for officers to create trespass warnings in the vehicle.
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A226  Report Approval
      Ability to configure the automated field reporting module to support
A227
      agency-specific processes/workflow.
A228     Ability to support a minimum of three levels of quality assurance points:
A229          Author
A230          Supervisor
A231          Final quality assurance
         Ability to electronically route completed reports to a supervisor for
A232
         approval.
         Ability to indicate that a report requires immediate supervisor approval
A233
         (e.g., fast track).
         Ability to automatically prompt supervisors to review and approve fast
A234
         track reports upon the supervisor logging onto the system.
A235     Ability to alert a supervisor logging on of reports not yet approved.
         Ability for authorized personnel (e.g., supervisors) to review and approve
A236
         reports on-line.
         Ability to submit a report to a supervisor "group" rather than an individual
A237     supervisor (e.g., in case a supervisor goes off-duty before approving
         reports, an acting supervisor is on-duty, etc.).
         Ability to provide the supervisor the option of approving the report or
A238
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         Ability for supervisor to attach electronic notes to the report to indicate to
A239
         the officer areas that need to be corrected.
         Ability to set a system parameter to delete corrective messages after a
A240
         report has been approved by a supervisor.
A241     Ability to identify returned reports.
         Ability to support electronic signature capabilities for report approval
A242
         process.
         Ability to track the status of reports (e.g., unwritten, incomplete, awaiting
A243
         approval, approved, etc.)
A244     Ability to track the chronology of a report's status changes.
         Ability to display and sort by assigned individual or workgroup the status
A245
         of all reports.
         Ability for users to pull up a list of their outstanding tasks (e.g., unwritten
A246
         reports, reports requiring corrections, etc).
         Ability for supervisors to access their subordinates' lists of outstanding
A247
         tasks.
         Ability to track outstanding reports and generate notifications
A248
         accordingly.
         Ability to track reports that are returned for corrections, as well as the
A249
         nature of the requested corrections.
         Ability to easily navigate between screens associated with a report for
A250
         editing and approval of a report.
         Ability to send a field contact record directly to the RMS without
A251     supervisor approval (e.g., want review to occur at the Records level
         rather than at the field level).
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A252  Report Submission
         Ability to support the wireless access of a report by the report author and
A253
         the wireless approval of the same report by a field supervisor.
         Ability to automatically resend lost data packets until automated field
A254
         reporting send is successful.
         Ability to support alternate media upload of automated field reporting
A255
         data (docking station, disk, etc.). Note specific mediums supported.
         Ability to send confirmation indicating automated field reporting upload
A256
         was completed successfully.
         Ability to save a copy of an active report until the user receives
A257
         confirmation of receipt of data from the RMS.
         Ability to automatically maintain a log of automated field reporting
A258
         transactions, including, but not limited to the following information:
A259       User name
A260       User ID
A261       Terminal ID
A262       Date and time of transmission
A263       Report ID




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A264     Ability to prevent submission of any report with:
A265       Incomplete mandatory fields
A266       Invalidated name and address data
A267       Other user-defined criteria (unlimited)
         Ability for supervisors to flag a report with questionable information and
A268
         describe the issue to be reviewed.
         Ability to automatically notify individual of errors/corrections to a report
A269
         after supervisor review.
A270     Ability to track status of errors/corrections notifications by the following:
A271        Author
A272        Case number
A273        Reviewer/supervisor
A274        Date
         Ability to display an electronic chronology of reports as it goes through
A275
         phases and approval levels.
         Ability for system to automatically notify an individual of outstanding
A276
         reports based on agency-defined time parameters and report type.
         Ability to save submitted reports on user computer for agency-specified
A277
         period of time.
         Ability for system to track or print a list of open or unapproved reports
A278
         (tickler for follow-up) by the following:
A279        Status
A280        Officer(s)
A281        Date range
         Ability to lock report from further edits at a point determined by each
A282
         agency.

A283     Ability for Records staff to complete an accuracy review for reporting
         requirement compliance prior to adding report to the RMS database.
         Ability for Records staff to send reports back to supervisors if reports do
A284
         not comply to reporting requirements.
A285     Ability to limit who has permission to change information in reports.
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A286  Report Access
A287  Ability to access all reports from the field.
         Ability to electronically route unapproved reports to specific individuals,
A288
         roles, people and groups, based on the following, but not limited to:
A289       Checkboxes indicating to where the report is to be distributed
A290       Email addresses
A291       User-defined criteria (e.g., crime type, unit, etc.).
         Ability to stamp/watermark field reports that have not been approved,
A292
         yet are available for viewing.
         Ability to create and maintain distribution lists based on user-defined
A293
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         Ability to access and update submitted automated field reports from the
A294
         field prior to report approval.
A295     Ability to query information in an uncompleted or unapproved report.
         Ability to save a copy of an active report until such time as an
A296     acknowledgement has been received by the officer from the RMS,
         confirming the receipt of the report data.
         Ability to automatically log report writing transactions, including, but not
A297
         limited to, the following information:
A298        User name
A299        User ID
A300        Terminal ID
A301        Date and time of transmission
A302        Report ID
         Ability to allow other users query access to the information in an
A303
         uncompleted or unapproved report.
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                      OVERALL TOTAL REPORT WRITING                                       0              0                    0                 0

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