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Collection of law-enforcement data is easier and faster with new website 

Agency: Ohio Department of Public Safety, Ohio State Highway Patrol
Project Type: Green Belt (Joe Gakenheimer)
Process: LEADS Document Management Process
Team Members: Kara Joseph, Les Reel, Kate Pirwitz, Patrick Wilson, Joe Gakenheimer
When: Implementation in June 2015
Contact: Patrick Wilson
Email: pwilson@dps.state.oh.us
Phone: 614-752-7091



Problem:
The Law Enforcement Automated Data System (LEADS) serves as the criminal justice information network for Ohio's law enforcement community. It's a vital system, but there was room for improvement -- with documents being filed manually, incomplete submissions, and lost documents.

Biggest Change:
A website was created to collect the incoming data, scan the forms electronically, and track the location of all documents.

Additional Benefits: Auditors can view uploaded documents while on-site at an audit, and the form is still available for use by others as needed. On-site audits will make customers more aware of the need for greater accuracy when submitting forms



Posted January 15, 2016



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