SECTOR Training & Information

Background
The Electronic Traffic Information Processing (eTRIP) initiative is a collaborative effort among state and local agencies to create an integrated system through which traffic-related information can travel. Using the Justice Information Data Exchange (JINDEX), originating agencies send and receive information from state level systems. One of the applications designed for this information sharing is the Statewide Electronic Collision & Ticket Online Records (SECTOR) program.

SECTOR automates the collision and traffic citation reporting process for law enforcement officers. The collision reports and electronic traffic citations are uploaded to a central server and routed to the appropriate agencies for processing and disposition.

The Project
The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) coordinates the implementation of the SECTOR program through-out Washington State. The implementation process includes a presentation and demonstration of the application and collection of deployment information.

The SECTOR application is a stand-alone program provided at no cost to local law enforcement agencies; however, the agencies must have the hardware and network availability to support the program. The local agency designates a system administrator to manage user accounts and download the SECTOR program.

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