This page gives information regarding the new DR3447 data for the technical user.
Crash Magic hosted on GovernmentTools.com provides a number of options for importing new crash data. This article describes those options.
The Crash Magic object map editor has changed the order in which it displays the rules for generating crash symbols. The rules are now displayed in the order that they will be rendered rather than alphabetically.
States periodically update their crash report form. This article describes how those changes will affect your use of that data in Crash Magic Online.
Colorado has adopted a new crash report form DR 3447. As agencies slowly move over to the new form, we will be updating Crash Magic with a new configuration to match.
Reference for editing
Directions for adding and deleting Aliases in Crash Magic.
While we do our best to read databases correctly, we also request the hard copy police reports (or electronic images) to test the flow of information from the officer's report; through converting and importing; and then the display of the crash on a diagram. This will help ensure we are interpreting the data correctly.
Crash Magic can be mapped to a collision database. This allows Crash Magic to be configured to collision data that is already working for a client. There are some required and recommended fields to get the most from the program.
When Crash Magic Online is first set up user may not have any streets available to select in the street selectors of a study
This article covers the steps used to upgrade your configuration if you have receive a new file from Pd' Programming.