WHAT IS E-POLICING?
Call For Service (CFS) includes most of the responses incidents. Every year KDPS responds nearly 1 million CFS. These include everything from suspicious occurrences, traffic stops, and directed patrols. Many vast majority of CFS get closed out by the investigating officer as a non-criminal incident. CFS include:
Quick Reports are the fastest and easiest way to view information. They are divided by neighborhood and will give you crimes or call for service from the previous day. The reports are arranged in chronological order and only show the previous days events. These reports are updated every morning at 5:00 am. Quick reports also feature a printer friendly report, an export to Excel, and the ability Map the incidents. You may also choose to subscribe to the report you are viewing by simply entering your e-mail address. Once subscribed, you will receive the daily e-mail report you requested and yes, you can subscribe to multiple reports.
Crime Stats allow you to produce custom crime reports based on date, neighborhood, and crime type. The results of your report can also be mapped by simply pushing the "Map It" link. Crime Stats are updated daily around 5:00 am.
Crime Notifications allow you to create an automatic e-mail subscription based on neighborhood and crime type. After you create your subscription, you will receive a daily list of crimes that have occurred in your selected neighborhood the previous day. E-mails are sent daily around 7:00 am.
Crime Mapping is a powerful tool that allows you to create a pin map of Crimes or Call For Service. The mapping tool first asks you to define a date range, such as January 1st 2011 through January 10th 2011. You then select the neighborhoods and crimes that you want to include on the map. The tool then will find your selected events, and place icons on the map that represent the selected events. If you click on the map icon it will display additional information about the event.