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					Nevada Citation & Accident
    Tracking System
          Presented By:
         Denise Dunning
          Jason Gowins
         Phillip George
       Mark Vorderbruggen
    Step 1 – Project Coordination
Establish Traffic Records Committee
   Local and State Law Enforcement Agencies
       Administrative Office of Courts
    Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
    State Department of Transportation (DOT)
    Office of Traffic Safety (OTS)
    Health Care Administrators
    Various Federal Agencies
* Design System Logo with System Name
   Step 1 – Project Coordination

Project Coordinator
  Exclusive Focus on the Project
  Establish Relationships Between Agencies
  Plan, Schedule, and Conduct Meetings
  Single Point of Contact
  Request Grant Funding
  Manage Grant Funding
  Coordinate Problem Resolution
           Step 2 - Funding
Nevada Funding Sources
  National Highway Traffic Safety
  Administration (NHTSA)
     411 Traffic Records Data Improvement Grant -
     $718,000.00 (Over 4 Years)
   Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program
  (MCSAP) - $1.5 Million
   Commercial Vehicle Accident Reporting
  System (CVARS) - $427,443.00
          Step 2 - Funding
Other Possible Funding Sources
   Homeland Security Act
   Local Law Enforcement Block Grant
  (Criminal Justice Assistance)
   Insurance Companies
   Other Private Sector Funding
   Step 3 – System Planning and
Research Applicable State Laws
  Electronic Signature
  Electronic Data Transfer to Other Agencies
  Storage Parameters
  Security Issues
     Data Storage
     Data Retrieval
   Step 3 – System Planning and
Application and Technology Research
  Vendor Presentations
  Encourage Drivers License Conversion to
  Barcode or Magstripe
Obtain Necessary Approvals
    Step 3 – System Planning and
Standardize Crash Report and Citation
   Minimum Model Uniform Crash Criteria
   Incorporate Commercial Vehicle
   Accident/Citation Reporting
Design and Build a Management System to
store data at Local Law Enforcement
   Ease of Entry
   Detailed Analysis
   GIS Mapping
    Step 3 – System Planning and
Design and Build a Statewide Data
   Ability for All Participating Agencies to Query
   All Other Locations
   In Nevada, this repository is housed at the
   Department of Public Safety
      Step 4 – Data Collection
Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) or
Laptop with Portable Printer
Officer Syncs with Agency Management
  Data Entered Once, at the Officer Level
    Court – Potential Roadblocks
Court Buy-In
   Judicial Concerns
       Statutory Compliance
       Security Against the Manipulation of Data
            Signed Citation – Legal Document
       Reliability of Data Transfer
       Signature Compliance – Electronic Signature
       Interfaces with the Court Systems
       Ease of Public Scrutiny Regarding Court Dispositions
       Fear of Business Process Change
    Court – Potential Roadblocks

Court Buy-In
  Support Staff Concerns
     Elimination of Data Entry Positions
     Reallocation of Job Duties
     Fear of Technology
     Fear of the Unknown
     Business Process Reengineering
            Court – Benefits
Reduces Lost/Misfiled Citations
Reduces Redundant Data Entry
   Significant Reduction of Citation Errors
Allows for Easy Data Retrieval
Reduction of Paper and Storage Facilities
Immediate access to the Citation
           Court – Benefits
Electronic Disposition Transfer to DMV
Ability to view Defendants Prior Traffic
History Statewide
Ability to Set Accurate Bail Amounts
Based on Jurisdiction
Ability to Correctly Assign Appearance
Ability to Expedite Court Appearances
  Phillip George
Mark Vorderbruggen
A Law Enforcement Perspective
     Law Enforcement - Potential
Reluctance to Change
   We’ve Always Done It This Way
   “Officer Fear of Electronic Devices”
Internal Information Technology
   Replacement or Modification of Existing
   Records Management Systems
Lack of Funding to Complete the Project
   Unexpected Costs or Budget Cuts
    Law Enforcement - Potential
Change in Technology or No Technology
  Equipment Upgrades/Purchases
Differences in Agency Policy
Lack of Vendor Choice
Obtaining Buy-In From Decision Makers,
Management and End Users
Transfer of Key Personnel Prior to
Project Completion
Delays in Obtaining Government Funding
     Law Enforcement – Benefits

More Complete Data Collection and
   Insurance Fraud Verification
   Ability to identify fraudulent reporting
   Better Statistics
Single Point of Data Entry
Significant Reduction of Officer Entry
      Law Enforcement – Benefits

Selection of a single vendor for all agencies
makes for a seamless transfer of data
between agencies
   Cost Reduction
   Better Testing and Quicker Error
Track Officer Productivity
Ability to collect racial profiling for state
reporting purposes
     Law Enforcement – Benefits
Timely Submission to Courts
Central Reporting Repository
Easier Data Exchange between Agencies
Real-time Crash Analysis
Reduced Administrative Costs for both
Law Enforcement Agencies and Courts
Ability to locate potential suspects
Ability to locate Repeat Traffic Offenders
     Law Enforcement – Benefits
GIS Mapping
   Quickly Identify High Crash Locations and
   Tailor Enforcement
Ability to make uniform changes quickly
throughout the system
   New Bail Schedules
   New laws
   Software Updates
     Law Enforcement – Benefits
Reduction in Supervisor Approval Times
   Reports/Citations are legible
Ability to use handheld/laptops for other
   Tow Reports
   DUI Supplementals
   Driver Exchange Information
   Ability to tape record in the field
   Email Integration
Accurate Location Information
    Jason Gowins

   A Technology and
Communications Perspective
NCATS – Law Enforcement
NCATS – Agency
NCATS – Courts & DMV
NCATS – Information
NCATS – The Big Picture
      NCATS – In the Future
Must Stay Current with the Most Current
and Innovative Technology
   Hardware Upgrades
   Software Upgrades
   Advancement in Communication
      NCATS – In the Future
“How Do I Keep Up?!”
  Proactively Searching for Additional
  Keep Lines of Agency Communication Open
  Continually Examine Your Business
  Look for Ways to Increase System Efficiency
  and Decrease System Costs Through
  Emerging Technologies
Thank You for Your Attention

       Questions & Answers