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Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
Explosives

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Your solution for a national, shared database of arson and explosives incidents available on the web around the clock.

BATS Main Menu

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The Main Menu has different options based on user profile. For example, an agency user can create, maintain, modify or search incidents and activities, and can create incident and activity reports. Users can also view the latest advisories as well as access the Investigative Resource Library.

Short Form

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With BATS, you can create incidents on either the Standard Form or the Short Form. The one-page Short Form contains the most critical incident fields. It provides you a quick method to enter your arson and explosives incidents. Incidents you create with the Short form can be later accessed via the standard form where you can add additional details.

Device Search

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This real-time function allows a user to search nationwide for similar devices based on device components and other incident details. This reduces time spent researching old case files. Since the information is entered once, it eliminates redundancy.

Subject Search

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This real-time function allows a user to search nationwide to identify potential suspects.

Search Match

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Outside agencies only see contact information for the case investigator. Each user decides what to share with other agencies. This feature is ideal for multi-jurisdictional Investigations.

Incident Report #1

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This is a sample incident report. It can be used to document origin & cause, statements/interviews, and other investigative activity using standardized terminology. Reports are customized using your agency's seal/header. This report can be accessed anytime by your department and is ready to submit to the file, supervisors, court, etc.

Incident Report #2

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This is another sample incident report. It can be used to document origin & cause, statements/interviews, and other investigative activity using standardized terminology. Reports are customized using your agency's seal/header. This report can be accessed anytime by your department and is ready to submit to the file, supervisors, court, etc.

Incident Report #3

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This is another sample incident report. It can be used to document origin & cause, statements/interviews, and other investigative activity using standardized terminology. Reports are customized using your agency's seal/header. This report can be accessed anytime by your department and is ready to submit to the file, supervisors, court, etc.

Smart Phones & Tablets

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BATS is a web-based application and can be used on your favorite smartphone or tablet devices. **Note: All wireless use of BATS must be in compliance with the BATS user’s agreement.

GIS Mapping

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This feature allows users to map and display their incidents.

  • Identify “hot spots” or patterns (ideal for identifying a community’s arson problem)

  • Assist an agency with planning & proactive measures

  • Supplement budget and/or grant requests

  • Supplement meetings with municipal leaders

Compliance Review

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“Compliance Review” is an optional feature to assist unit managers with reviewing BATS entries by unit members.

 

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