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Riverside police receive grant for traffic accident software 2012-12-05 -
As of January 2013, Riverside police officers will be able to complete accident reports on the in-car computer. When complete, they can send the report directly to the Illinois Department of Transportation and Docview, reducing down time for officers handling auto accidents.
Appriss, a vehicle accident reporting system partnering with Docview, is utilized via the Internet to obtain accident report copies. It developed an “in-squad” accident reporting system and has awarded Riverside police with a 100-percent grant-funded software package for on-scene reporting.
Since May 2010, Riverside has utilized Docview for accident report recordkeeping. People involved in an accident or their insurance companies can utilize Docview to obtain a copy of the accident report.
Additional recordkeeping, now done by police dispatchers, will be eliminated, thus saving time.
By utilizing the new software, an officer responding to the accident scene can complete the accident report quickly with less error.
“Expediting the reporting process on the street will make things safer in that we’ll be able to clear lanes more quickly of wreckage debris and emergency equipment,” said Sgt. Bill Gutschick of the Riverside Police Department.