The technology that lets police access the most-watched and most-sought-after data about traffic crashes has taken the form of a simple web app, allowing anyone to record traffic stops, arrests and other incidents on their mobile devices.
The new app is called the Police Traffic Data Insights (PTRI), and it was developed by a team of researchers at the University of Texas at Austin and the University for Strategic Communication, who are working to bring automated data analysis tools to the police and other government agencies.
The app lets users record and view traffic stops and arrests, including those for impaired driving, and video recordings of those encounters.
It also lets users see the time and date of the incidents, the police department, the person who made the arrest, the officers involved, and the time of day.
Police departments can use this information to create automated reports that can help them to identify where they are most likely to encounter people of color, who can be dangerous drivers, and who may have a history of mental illness.
The data can be viewed by the departments or their agents on a publicly available web site or through a dashboard app that can also display data on a computer screen.
The Police Data Insight app is free and available to download on the App Store and Google Play.PTRIs have been around for years, but they have been primarily used by law enforcement agencies.
But the new app gives them the power to be deployed across all levels of government, from local to federal to state and local.
In many states, the data can also be shared with other federal agencies.
Police departments can also use the data to monitor and report on crime and disorder.
The police and public safety industries have been looking for ways to use this data to better understand their communities.
They are also hoping that it can help improve their understanding of people of all races, ages, genders, and abilities.
The technology can also help with the collection of crime data in the future.
In a separate announcement, the federal government has also been exploring ways to share information about people with other government departments and to develop technology that can better serve communities of color.