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    How many people are using (or have used) BATS out there?




    http://www.atf.gov/aexis2/bats/index.htm


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    I did some training for BATS a few months ago and the ATF agent I talked to said around 700 agencies.

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    What is the purpose of this system? Is it helping to spot serial arson/ bomber by temporal and spatial pattern analysis?
    Working not in the public service I and my collegue we sometimes wonder if the fire the we are investigating is only one among a more general pattern, but we must relay only on newspaper news ahah...not easy way to work.

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    BATS is an excellent reporting and case management system. The search feature allows for system wide searches of any type of entry you can make, you may limit the amount of info viewed by other investigators or agencies. I don't want to get too specific on an open forum, but the system is user friendly and has some good features. Best feature of all - it's FREE!

    Before we completely transitioned to it, we signed up and a few investigators took it for a "test drive" for awhile to determine if it would work for us. Good luck!

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