Public Safety Incident Maps can be used by law enforcement agencies to create a series of incident map layers (crimes, arrests, warrants, offenders, and so on) from Computer Aided Dispatch or a Records Management System.
The incident layers are the foundation for a collection of public safety maps used by law enforcement agencies. They can be updated on an ad-hoc basis or at regular intervals, and stored in an ArcGIS Online organization or Portal for ArcGIS instance.
Public Safety Incident Maps require specific software.
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When you download Public Safety Incident Maps, you'll find the following files:
|MapsandGeodatabase||Arrest.mxd||A map document used to publish the Arrest service.|
|CallService.mxd||A map document used to publish the CallsService service.|
|Offense.mxd||A map document used to publish the Offenses service.|
|Parolee.mxd||A map document used to publish the Parolee service.|
|PoliceBeats.mxd||A map document used to publish the PoliceBeats service.|
|Probationer.mxd||A map document used to publish the Probationer service.|
|SexOffender.mxd||A map document used to publish the SexOffender service.|
|Warrant.mxd||A map document used to publish the Warrant service.|
|Reports||A folder used to store import and publish incidents log files.|
|SampleData||A folder containing a series of sample incident files typically derived from a Computer Aided Dispatch or Records Management System.|
|Scripts||A folder containing Python scripts used for importing and publishing incidents.|
|IncidentMapping.tbx||A toolbox with tools used for importing and publishing incidents.|
|LocalGovernment.gdb||ArcGIS for Local Government geodatabase with content from the City of Naperville, Illinois.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Public Safety Incident Maps.