Managed Services

Police Records Management System

The Police Records Management System is a TriTech Inform Records Management System (RMS). The RMS includes a Field Based Reporting (FBR) application. This is a web based tool that allows for easy data entry with drag and drop completion of reports, minimizing redundant data entry. The system allows for robust reporting for data-driven decisions.


  • Case Management
  • Incident
  • Citations
  • Arrests
  • Civil and Warrants
  • Expungement
  • Gun Permits
  • Mug Shots
  • Pawn
  • Officer Activity Log
  • Other Events
  • Towing and Impound
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Property and Evidence
  • Administrative for Training Records and Other Information
  • Bike Registration
  • Budget Tracking

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Application Screenshot: Click image to enlarge.

Field Based Reporting

  • The web-based records system is frequently referred to as field base reporting or FBR, which can be used wherever and allows for easier data entry than the client server version.
  • The FBR allows each agency to design their own templates for data entry and to decide which fields are mandatory.
  • The system can be designed so officers and deputies validate reports that can be done later when reviewed by records personnel.
  • The FBR allows for data reuse of queries and CAD data from each incident, resulting in less time filling out reports and more time in the community.
  • User-defined fields.
  • User-defined templates.
  • Role-based security.
  • NCIC Query capability within the RMS system.

State Crime Reporting

  • Minnesota currently accepts Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) from law enforcement agencies but is transitioning to Incident Based Reporting (IBR).
  • The Inform Suite is capable of both reporting methods, allowing a smooth transition as the State of Minnesota moves to IBR in the near future.

Application Screenshot: Click image to enlarge.

Application Screenshot: Click image to enlarge.


  • The TriTech Inform Suite is multi-jurisdictional.
  • It allows multiple agencies the ability to input and output data as they desire.
  • Because each jurisdiction sets up its own workflow, multiple agencies do not need to agree on a single business process for handling their records.
  • All agencies share a single master database which allows a comprehensive view into a master record.


LOGIS invests in best of breed application software from national vendors such as Oracle, JD Edwards and TriTech. Costs for technology solutions and applications are shared among members. Our member support staff is based right here in Minnesota.