ARMS E-Citation & E-Crash Imports

The ARMS IES module contains a feature for importing data into ARMS from state-related electronic citation and crash reporting systems using data exported by a 3rd party system.

How ARMS E-Citation & E-Crash Imports

ARMS eCitation/eCrash is a one-direction data exchange system where ARMS is the recipient of citation and crash data from 3rd party systems (i.e., TraCS (multi-state), Brazos (multi-state), MACCS (state-specific).

Data Import Example: Moving Citation

After successful validation, the data is imported as a new record entered into ARMS >> Moving Citation.

After successful import, the data file is archived.

Data Import Example: Crash Report

After successful validation, the data is imported as a new record entered into ARMS >> Case Management.

When a crash report is imported into ARMS, it may also contain a diagram imported into Case Management >> Pictures. This depends on the source data contained in the 3rd party data file.

After successful import, the data file is archived.

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER

Sign up to receive important emails from ARMS including ARMS news, release announcements, upcoming events, and more. We will only send out 1 or 2 emails per month.


By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: End2End Public Safety, PO Box 2912, Mobile, AL, 36652, http://www.arms.com. You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact