POLICE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
The Police Information Technology Division includes the Project Management Office, Grant Administration Office, Police Records, Real-Time Information Center (RTIC), Records Case and Case Management System (RCMS), Digital Evidence Management, and other related technology projects. The PITD is overseen by a Police IT Director.
The PITD manages the deployment and
inventory of all technology and devices, including digital evidence management, body-warn cameras, and in-car camera systems.
Operating under the umbrella of the Police Information Technology Division, all police reports are housed within Police Records of the Tulsa Police Department. With 30 civilian employees dedicated to the processing of police reports, the division completes not only data entry into the department's records management system, but also handles Officer requests for information and public requests for information.
The Oklahoma Open Records Act provides for public access to defined "Open Records" and the Records Division is responsible for filling those requests.
The purpose of the City of Tulsa Police Department Real Time Information Center (RTIC) is to maximize technologies and resources for efficient and effective public safety response. The RTIC enables TPD officers and other city personnel to respond to events more efficiently, emphasizing community, citizen, and first responder safety.