Incidents

Incidents are the records, of reported crimes, collated by an agency for management. Incidents are typically housed in a Records Management System (RMS) that stores agency-wide data about law enforcement operations.

Incidents

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Many in the science and technology communities have aspirations of developing the next generation of crime fighting tools, technologies and approaches. Open data levels the playing field and provides all of these entities access to the data they need to be more effective.1

“When criminal justice data is of good quality and made available, good things can come of it.” – The benefits of criminal justice data: Beyond policing, Sunlight Foundation

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1 Police Foundation: 5 Things you need to know about Open Data in Policing.