TraCS has been operational in a production environment for Illinois State Police since March of 2015 with rollout of Crash and Vehicle Inspection forms. Once these forms stabilized, Illinois State Police set off on an aggressive schedule to add additional patrol forms, a new investigative case management system and an intelligence component within TraCS. TraCS has been well received in the field, providing an easy-to-use standard process for the collection of data and streamlined operations.
- LEAD AGENCY: Illinois State Police
- PROGRAM SUPPORTED BY: Illinois State Police with Department of Innovation & Technology
- TRACS SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT: Illinois State Police Patrol Troops, Investigative Zones, and Intelligence Command
- MACH SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT: Illinois State Police and Illinois Department of Natural Resources
- FUTURE DEPLOYMENT PLANS: TraCS and MACH deployment to other law enforcement agencies in Illinois.
- LAST UPDATED: 2023/08
Forms being used by Illinois include:
- Illinois Department of Transportation SR-1050 Crash
- Comercial Motor Vehicle Inspection - VSIS (Aspen replacement)
- Tow In
- Pedestrian Stop Card
- Traffic Stop Card
- Written Warning
- Civil Law Citation
- Overweight Citation
- Field Report
- Alcohol/Drug Influence
- Arrest Synopsis
- Domestic Violence
- Non-Consensual Blood Draw
- Universal Addendum
- Gang Card/Field Interview Card (Pilot only)
- Post Pursuit
- Firearm Offense Information (Gun Trafficking)
- Call for Service (imported from MACH)
- Case Management for Investigations
- Case Management for Intelligence
- Case Management for Internal Investigations
- Online Civilian Crash Reporting
ADDITIONAL FORM DEVELOPMENT PLANS: Implementation of eCitation interface to Administrative Office of Illinois Courts and 102 Circuit Clerks in Illinois; Direct transmission of VSIS data to SAFER; Additional TraCS forms including NIBRS and Use of Force.
MACH has been deployed to all ISP sworn officers, investigative agents, telecommunicators and criminal intelligence analysts as well as Illinois Department of Natural Resources conservation police officers. It interfaces with the Illinois Law Enforcement Agencies Data System (LEADS) and is fully integrated with TraCS. ISP plans to deploy MACH to other Illinois law enforcement agencies.