TraCS (Traffic and Criminal Software) is a data collection and reporting tool for the public safety community offered FREE for law enforcement agencies in the state of Florida. Offered are uniform statewide developed forms typically required to create traffic and non-traffic related cases.
MACH (Mobile Architecture for Communications Handling) is a Computer Aided Dispatch, central communications, and mapping software platform for use by public safety professionals to collaborate and enhance operations during everyday activities and emergency incidents.
ELVIS (Electronic License and Vehicle Information System) is a tool for running FCIC/NCIC queries from any device connected to the internet offered FREE for law enforcement agencies in the state of Florida.
This informative video is a production of the Florida Traffic Records Coordinating Committee (TRCC) with funding from the Florida Department of Transportation
Thanks to grant funding from the Florida Department of Transportation in partnership with the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, TraCS and ELVIS are both offered free of charge to all law enforcement agencies in the state.
Nearly a third of the state's crashes are submitted electronically and virtually error free to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles database using TraCS.
Streamline records and meet submission deadlines by sending forms electronically to the state and your local clerk of court. Receive automated e-mails when reports are submitted so you can keep track of every step of the process.