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BATS Case Management
Answers to questions about case management.
How can I use BATS to document my investigation?
What does a BATS report look like?
What are the benefits of using a case management system?
How does BATS assist supervisors with reviewing unit reports?
Will my case information be shared with other agencies?
What if a user leaves the department (e.g., retirements, reassignment)?
Can a department have more than one account manager?
What is the difference between an “Incident” and an “Activity?”
How are BATS entries handled if more than one agency responds to the incident?
How do BATS participants set up the on-demand “E-Notification” utility for their squad/office BATS entries?