And all that means safer roads. The Appriss collision reporting solution increases timeliness, accuracy and safety at no cost to law enforcement agencies.
Get the most from our experience. A leader in crash records
management and repository services since 1999,
Appriss is the premier partner for all of your crash reporting needs. Contact us today at 1-866-Appriss (277-7477).
Our solution solves both paper and electronic reporting needs.
Government entities can maintain a day-current processing environment through our Web-based tools and integration.
Since our e-crash solution is all one system, it eliminates backlogs, disconnected systems and inconsistent or inaccurate data.
Through state-of-the-art automation, we help ease the burden on your already overworked staff, and keep your office on pace with the changing technology environment.
All upfront services necessary to effectively collect and analyze your collision reports are provided.
Install and Setup
Our highly trained staff is ready to install and configure all of the components of our system, as well as train and provide assistance during roll out.
Help desk and software upgrade support are available to every one of our customers.
BuyCrash.com, our secure e-commerce portal, gives involved parties the option of purchasing their crash report online. This provides convenience to individuals and eases the demand on your staff.
Government agencies are always looking for innovative ways to provide services while driving down the cost of meeting citizens’ needs. Appriss specializes in providing data management products and services that greatly improve efficiency and provide higher quality data for analysis and reporting. Unique funding mechanisms (including a revenue-generating opportunity) help reduce, or even eliminate, dependency on government dollars.
The Appriss collision reporting system — FREE for
participating agencies — is a proven tool that handles both paper and electronic crash
reports. It helps government entities eliminate backlogs,
disconnected systems and inconsistent/inaccurate data, while
allowing them to maintain day-current processing. It reduces
the burden on staff and keeps pace with constantly changing
technology. The system results in more timely and accurate
crash reports, leading to improved traffic safety.
As a modular system it serves the various needs of participating law enforcement agencies and state government partners. The system can be implemented in whole or in part and in each case includes:
The Appriss e-crash system improves the timeliness and accuracy of electronically collected and submitted collision information.
Enforcement of data validation rules provides consistent, accurate and timely collision information from the field.
More timely and accurate collision information means agencies are better equipped to make crucial decisions to improve traffic safety through road improvements and enforcement programs.
Appriss' collision reporting system offers a revenue-generating option for participating agencies. By making crash reports available online at buycrash.com, you will realize additional funding for your department.
"We may be interested in roads that have high incidents of run-off-the-road highway crashes … maybe we want to add shoulders to that roadway. If we have a divided highway and people are crossing a narrow median and striking vehicles from the other direction, we can look at sideswipe other direction crashes, head-on crashes. So, the more current the data is, the more real time it is, the sooner we can address those issues."
Norm Cressman, Safety Program Manager, Georgia Dept. of Transportation
"For the police agency, when they locate these high-incident accident locations, what they’re able to do is center their patrol on those areas or increase enforcement of seat belt regulations."
Frank Rotondo, Executive Director, Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police
"The officers can enter all the information at the scene and transmit the information from the scene. They can do the narratives; they can do every part of the crash report while they're at the scene. It's so much more efficient."
Col. Steve Wagner, Chief Deputy,
Hendricks County (IN) Sheriff's Office
complete collision reporting solution
Learn more about how our system improves traffic safety, timeliness and accuracy of electronically collected and submitted collision information, at no cost to law enforcement agencies.