Fig 1: Search along a route
Searching for Incidents
Under Incidents - Search Incidents, you can use filters to restrict search by Location, Category and Date to return data that will display on the map. Note that larger searches may cause performance issues. By clicking on preset templates you can instantly search a preset configuration
Adding a Template
Setting up specific configurations of Categories and Sources can be onerous if done repeatedly. Under Incidents - Add Templates, you can create a specified combination of categories and locations, then set a repeated timeframe to search over before saving. The saved templates can then be searched at the click of a button on the Search Incidents form.
Fig 2: Spatial search polygon
Sometimes you need to tailor your search to a specific area. On the Search Incidents Form, under location, spatial, you can switch your cursor to draw on the map. You can either draw a point, line or polygon on the map, to search for all incidents with the selected radius of the shape. To change the radius, type it in the box under polygon. To draw lines and polygons on the map, select either line or polygon, then click on the map for each vertex and double-click to finish.
Once you have drawn the shape, click search.
Overlay and Route Search
Like the Spatial Search, you can search for incidents within a set radius of a saved route or Overlay. On the Search Incidents form, under Location, Overlays & Routes, you can search for any incidents within a set radius of displayed overlays and routes on the map.
Fig 4: Overlay Search