Manage Areas In CommandCentral Analytics

How Do I Manage Areas In CommandCentral Analytics?

Manage Areas will allow you to overlay shape files onto the CrimeReports or CommandCentral Analytics map - this includes any beats, zones, districts, etc. that your agency uses to divide your city for patrol. It is imperative to have at least one shape file (a boundary of the city or county) for CommandCentral to work properly. Below you will find step by step instructions on how to manage the areas in your account.
  • Click on "Manage Areas" at the left hand navigation under the "Areas"
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  • To import a shape file click the "Import Shapes" button

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 Select an Area Type

  •  Select Shape Files to import (4 files in total with extensions .shp, .shx, .dbf, .prj)
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  •  Verify the shape files you have selected are correct and click Next.
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 Select Label Field (used to name the area)

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  •  Select shapes to Import

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When selecting shapes to import, please note existing areas with the same label/name will be updated.

After importing the shape file you can choose to display them within CommandCentral Analytics or CrimeReports by checking the appropriate boxes.

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Product Selection Options


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There are four buttons at the bottom of the page that allow you to quickly select which products you want the shape files to be seen in.

All CrimeReports On - will mark all Areas as visible on CrimeReports

All CrimeReports Off - will mark all Areas as not visible on CrimeReports

All CommandCentral Analytics On - will mark all Areas as visible on CommandCentral Analytics

All CommandCentral Analytics Off - will mark all Areas as not visible on CommandCentral Analytics 

Clicking on an Area or shift clicking multiple Areas will allow you to view them on the map to the right. 

Support can also import your shape files.  Please send them to Support@publicengines.com.



CommandCentral Analytics

  1. CommandCentral Analytics 3.0 FAQ
  2. CommandCentral Analytics Map Update
  3. Creating A User For CrimeReports And CommandCentral Analytics
  4. Creating A Custom Tab In CommandCentral Analytics
  5. Manage Areas In CommandCentral Analytics
  6. Search For An Incident In CrimeReports And CommandCentral Analytics
  7. CommandCentral Analytics Training
  8. Error When Creating A New User In CommandCentral Analytics Or CrimeReports
  9. RMS And CAD Data In CommandCentral Analytics
  10. Email Reports In CommandCentral Analytics
  11. Linking Feature In CommandCentral Analytics
  12. Using the Maps Tab in CommandCentral Analytics
  13. Changing Data Parameters In CommandCentral Analytics
  14. Data Schema For CrimeReports Or CommandCentral Analytics
  15. Manual Reset Of A Password For CrimeReports And CommandCentral Analytics
  16. Batch Upload Users for CrimeReports And CommandCentral Analytics
  17. Manage Area Types in CommandCentral Analytics
  18. Moving An Incident On The Map In CommandCentral Analytics And CrimeReports
  19. Selecting Crime Types In CommandCentral Analytics
  20. Selecting Areas In CommandCentral Analytics
  21. Update Scheduled Task Password for CommandCentral Analytics or CrimeReports Query
  22. Search/Filter on a Keyword or Address in CommandCentral Analytics
  23. Date Comparison Via Bar Chart in CommandCentral Analytics
  24. CommandCentral Analytics for Patrol
  25. Changing Data Displays in CommandCentral Analytics
  26. Session Timeout for CrimeReports and CommandCentral Analytics
  27. Assigning Crime Types to the Appropriate Parent Type for CommandCentral Analytics
  28. CommandCentral Analytics Tabs
  29. Print Header and Footer in CommandCentral Analytics
  30. User Login Report for CommandCentral Analytics
  31. Save Data Settings in CommandCentral Analytics
  32. Taking a Screen Capture in CommandCentral Analytics
  33. Deleting an Incident from CrimeReports and CommandCentral Analytics
  34. ESRI Shapefiles in CrimeReports And CommandCentral Analytics
  35. Outside Area in CommandCentral Analytics
  36. Changing the name of a shape in CommandCentral Analytics
  37. Setting Up CommandCentral Analytics
  38. Verification of Agency Data for CommandCentral Dashboard and Analytics
  39. Verifing the Numbers in CommandCentral Dashboard Are Matching Your RMS Reports

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