Flashcards in CIRAS Deck (8)
enhanced e-Blotter System
CRIME INFORMATION, REPORTING AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM
Essential Features of CIRAS
•Sets a standard procedure in reporting ____;
•Capable of filtering non crime data from the system;
•Promotes consistency in recording crime incident;
•Provides easy access to crime data nationwide; and
•Serves as working basis for policies and programs of _____ measures.
1. crime incident
Background/History of CIRAS
•A ______ customized single database;
•It was launched in _________ to serve as a more efficient electronic blotter system across the country.
•It shall be installed into the existing desktop of the police units/stations;
•It will be utilized by the Police Stations to enter blotter/incident reports directly to the system;
•______ (IRF) is system generated thru the CIRS
September 6, 2011
Incident Record Forms
•OIC, PNP Memorandum, dated May 15, 2015 Renaming CIRS to ______; and was further developed to include Crime Analysis.
•On May 2015, a web-based CIRS has been developed and has been pilot tested in ______ in June 2015.
•The system is now known as the Crime Information, Reporting and Analysis System (CIRAS).
•The data uploaded into the CIRAS may be accessed and retrieved by end users as long as they are registered into the system.
•The system is only available to PNP personnel who are ______ by their head of office/unit.
duly authorized and endorsed
Current State of CIRS _______
Not real-time reporting of incidents;
Computer viruses that can affect the system;
Frequent installation/upgrading of versions of CIRS Stand-Alone System;
Limited generation of reports;
Limited capacity of database storage; and
No Crime Mapping capabilities.
Who can use the system?
The following are allowed to access to the CIRAS:
•DIDM (System Administrator/OPR);
•PROs (RIDMD Administrator);
•PPOs (PIDMB Administrator and appointed encoder); and
•Police Stations (Administrator and appointed encoder).
Improving the System
Memorandum Circular on PNP Crime Incident Recording System - MC-2014-009