Crash Reporting System
Mobisoft Infotech has created the SRC1 for vehicle crash reports as required by state laws. Drivers involved in a motor vehicle crash that has property damage that exceeds at least $500.00 are required to stop and exchange information with the involved drivers, passengers and injured. If the accident caused property damage only, then exchange information about your driver license, insurance, and registration with the involved drivers. If a parked vehicle or other property is damaged, or if a domestic animal is injured, you must locate the owner or contact the police.
If the property damage of any person is $500 or more, all the involved drivers are required by the state to file a report of the motor vehicle crash to the appropriate state agency no more than 10 days after the accident. The state agency can suspend your driver license if you fail to report an accident.
One of the primary objectives in investigating traffic accidents is to obtain information that can be used to develop accident prevention and reduction programs. Today law enforcement provides a sampling of about 50,000 police accident reports and is the primary source for documenting serious crash reports for fatalities and serious injuries. The SRC2 mobile app for law enforcement provides a standardized reporting process, by incorporating MMUCC functionality as outlined by NHTSA and the State Highway Safety Offices (SHSO).
Currently each state is mandated by state legislation and federal legislation to report seriously injuries, fatalities caused by motor vehicles and a sampling of other police reported crashes. This system is a part of the National Automotive Sampling System (NASS), the National Automize Sampling System Crashworthiness Data System (NASSCDC) and National Automotive Sampling System General Estimates System (NASS-GES)—both of which collect data from nationally representative samples of police-reported motor-vehicle traffic crashes and related injuries. Mobisoft InfoTech’s SCR2 for law enforcement collects and analyzes crash data for a variety of purposes in-depth investigations as well as to generate national statistics and nationally representative data.
This data can help law enforcement collect data in a more accurate system through features, data sets and mapping features included in the mobile app. After reading numerous reports and studies from states throughout the country, it becomes apparent that the current crash reporting system FARS-NHTSA experiences the common problems that are faced in gathering accident data. When investigating a traffic accident, the SRC2 will enable reports to be processed faster, more efficient with detailed facts to help identify traffic safety hazards, and assist in developing appropriate countermeasures and implementing such measures to eliminate those hazards. Our SRC2 Crash Reporting System provides solutions for law enforcement by standardizing crash reporting for all states with one system.
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