Over two dozen police agencies in Alaska currently use TraCS to complete collision investigation forms and citations. Alaska electronically files TraCS generated crash reports to Alaska Division of Motor vehicles who in turn sends crash data to the Alaska Department of Transportation. State agencies and several municipal agencies files citations from TraCS electronically with the Alaska Court System.
- LEAD AGENCY: Alaska DPS
- PROGRAM SUPPORTED BY: Alaska DPS
- TRACS SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT: TraCS is used by 28 police agencies in Alaska. There are over 750 TraCS users in Alaska.
- FUTURE DEPLOYMENT PLANS: Five more agencies are slated to start using TraCS in the next year.
- LAST UPDATED: 2017/01
Forms being used by Alaska include:
- Alaska Uniform Citation form
- Alaska Motor Vehicle Collision form
ADDITIONAL FORM DEVELOPMENT PLANS: We are developing a driving under the influence report form, a statewide impound form and a quick contact sheet to capture verbal warnings and initial crash participant information.
Alaska hasn't implemented MACH yet.
TraCS Program Coordinator