Peel9 Records Management and Analytics
Peel9 applications directly link people, places, vehicles, and criminal activity using information from a variety of sources.
Peel9 consists of a complete, self-contained suite of modules including:
- Records Management integrated with Calls For Service
- Offense and Non-Criminal Reporting (NIBRS and Non-NIBRS)
- Case Management
- Traffic Crash Module
- Daily Activities Management and Reporting
- Internal Record Review and Approval Process
- Court Management
- Call Management
- Evidence and Property Room Management
- Data Control
- Data Analytics
- Data Visualization
- Selective Data Sharing with Other Law Enforcement Agencies
- Cloud Hosted on the Amazon Web Services Government Platform.
- CJIS compliant systems provide cutting-edge security, data back up redundancy, and continuous feature enhancements. Agencies have the ability to download their data on either a scheduled basis or on-demand.
Record Management System
Peel9 aggregates and condenses the many data points of the criminal justice system into a manageable amount of actionable data sources. Peel9 provides law enforcement agencies the ability to effortlessly:
Offense And Non-Criminal Reporting (NIBRS and Non-NIBRS)
The Peel9 data entry platform is interactive and will update the required fields based on the information entered, ensuring all NIBRS and Non-NIBRS reporting requirements are fulfilled. Each report page is validated prior to moving to the next, which ensures accurate reporting and reduces error rates.
Once an offense report has been entered into the Peel9 Records Management System, the Case Management Module provides our law enforcement partners the ability to efficiently manage their investigative functions in a secure platform that shares detailed case information with those authorized to see it.
Traffic Crash Module
Peel9 provides an easy to use self-contained platform that allows an agency to not only report their traffic crashes but to analyze the data about them so repeat locations and causative factors can be identified and acted upon.
Court Management systems are used in courts at every level of the justice system, including Mayor’s Courts who hear cases about traffic violations, minor misdemeanors, and violations of local ordinances.
The Peel9 Evidence and Property module allows an officer to enter recovered/found property and evidence into the system or track property/evidence that is already in the system. As the initial property information is added, Peel9 creates a QR code which can be scanned for more effective tracking and auditing.
Current law enforcement record/data management systems contain a multitude of free form text boxes. As a result, collected data is neither standardized nor searchable making data retrieval difficult, especially at the operational level.
Peel9 data analytics are a narrowly concentrated, data-driven, offender focused, place-based methodology. Peel9 data analytics are designed to analyze the relationship between both people and places, while also integrating other types of intelligence analysis and networking to better understand how people, places, and crime interact in an area.
Many law enforcement agencies lack the capacity to visualize or analyze their own data due to being understaffed. For many agencies, existing data analysis primarily consists of year to date statistical comparisons on specific items of importance to different individual stakeholder groups.
Call Management is an application designed and developed by Peel9 that allows a law enforcement agency to document, report and administer their non emergency incoming phone calls in a manner that best fits the agency’s customer service requirements. The incoming calls and subsequent agency action taken can be easily documented in the Peel9 RMS for both reporting and analysis.