TRACView is proud to announce it's relationships with the following organizations and companies.
In an effort to better assist law enforcement agencies and citizens, TRACView and CARFAX® have partnered in the sharing of crash report data such as VIN, crash date, severity of crash and point of impact. Personal and/or private information concerning drivers, passengers, owners, witnesses or other involved parties are not shared. This relationship has allowed TRACView to provide greater services to its clients located throughout the United States.
"The mission of the Traffic Improvement Association shall be to facilitate engineering, education and enforcement programs that reduce human and economic losses caused by traffic crashes and congestion." TIA provides crash analysis for many municipalities through out Michigan. Their Traffic Crash Analysis Tool (TCAT) was custom designed for municipalities to conduct in-depth traffic crash analysis in the state of Michigan. TCAT provides the following traffic crash analysis tools:
- Narrative crash reports
- Collision diagrams - graphical drawing of crashes at intersections
- GIS Mapping of crashes
TRACView has met the standards of hundreds of agencies for the distribution of crash reports via our online service. Agencies such as Cal State-Fullerton, Bethlehem, PA. and Scottsdale, Az. that belong to the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®) have chosen Tracview.com as the company that best meets their standards.
Our client agencies use a variety of record management systems and imaging systems including TraCS®, New World Systems®, InterGraph®, OSSI®, Printrak®, CrisNet® and OnBase®. Crash reports/data can be easily exported to Tracview.com via our secure transmission technology and then be made available to law enforcement users, insurance companies and citizens very quickly.
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