Louisiana Incident-Based Reporting System (LIBRS)
The Louisiana Incident-Based Reporting System (LIBRS) collects criminal incident data from law enforcement agencies throughout Louisiana. LIBRS replaces a manual system for reporting crime statistics to the FBI that had been used by law enforcement agencies for decades. Now, the data is collected at each site and sent over the Internet to the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association data center. It is then stored in a central state database and forwarded to the FBI. Louisiana is one of the only states to have a centralized incident-based database at their fingertips.
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- Creation of a secure environment to house sensitive POST training data
- A streamlined online system built to handle complex data management processes
- Implementation of a user-friendly method of processing large amounts of POST training data.