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Crime Information Management System

Crime Information Management System (CIMS) allows user to store police department’s case details, Complaint Details, FIR Details, etc. This Software Package allows Police Departments to store all the details related to the department and use them whenever necessary. This project will also be able to provide reports of various cases, FIR report, charge sheet report, Most Wanted Criminals record, payroll, attendance reports and also be able to upload and view criminal photos and scanned documents.

Project Name :

Crime Information Management System

Introduction:

A Software Requirements Specification (SRS) – a requirements specification for a software system – is a complete description of the behavior of a system to be developed. It includes a set of use cases that describe all the interactions the users will have with the software.

The following subsections of the Software Requirements Specifications (SRS) document provide an overview of the entire SRS.

Purpose

This Software Requirements Specification provides a complete description of all the functions and specifications of the Crime Information Management System(CIMS)

Crime Information Management System(PIMS) allows user to store police department’s case details, Complaint Details, FIR Details, etc. This Software Package allows Police Departments to store all the details related to the department and use them whenever necessary. This project will also be able to provide reports of various cases, FIR report, charge sheet report, Most Wanted Criminals record, payroll, attendance reports and also be able to upload and view criminal photos and scanned documents.

We have collected requirements from Manglaore Police Station, with Mr. XYZ. According to their requirements we built this SRS. This SRS helps to develop projects to software developer and fully understand the expectations of police department. The Police Department users will be able to use this SRS as a “test” to see if the software engineers will be constructing the system to their expectations. If it is not to their expectations the end users can specify how it is not to their liking and the software engineers will change the SRS to fit the end users’ needs.


Scope:

The software product to be produced is a Crime Information System which will automate the major Crime Information. The first subsystem is a Crime Information System will keep track of employee’s payroll and attendance. The second subsystem is the Tracking and managing Case Details. The third subsystem is Automated Tasks System which generates reports to tracks all Police department operations and allows modification of subsystem information.

Since it will be used as offline project and the software has got user_friendly screen dialogs for the mainainance of the database and the softare has been useful for large databases with more information. This system will reduce the manual operation required to maintain all the records of Police deparment.


Definitions, Acronyms, and Abbreviations:

  • SRS – Software Requirements Specification
  • CIMS – Crime Info Management System
  • Subjective satisfaction – The overall satisfaction of the system
  • End users – The people who will be actually using the system

Comments ( 44 )

  1. please how can i download this particular project? Help me

  2. sir can u provide the database of this project to me …….

  3. please can i get the full documentation this project.

  4. Documentation please……

  5. pls send this project

  6. send me documentation please

  7. help me whatis the local literature of patient information

  8. how do i download the complete srs of CIMS hea???? plzzz hlp me out :'(

  9. how can i download a project

  10. I wanted to come up with a college management system how will i accomplish this in a very fast way

  11. I need the “Data Flow Diagram” and “ER Diagram” of Crime Info Management System

  12. send me full documentation

  13. Can i plz get only the SRS for this…I want to see the idea behind this SRS…

  14. Plz I download crime records management system project in java Plz help me …

  15. Can I GET the “Data Flow Diagram” and “ER Diagram” of Crime Info Management System?send it to [email protected]

  16. civil project

  17. What is management in brief??

  18. how can i make this project plz give the source code of this project

  19. i want to know the differences between a project and a program

  20. please can i get the full document of research?

  21. Can be able to get more information about CMIS and how does it work? Can the poor access SRS?

  22. Planning

    The first of the managerial functions is planning. In this step the manager will create a detailed action plan aimed at some organizational goal.

    For example, let’s say Melissa the marketing manager has a goal of increasing sales during the month of February. Melissa needs to first spend time mapping out the necessary steps she and her team of sales representatives must take so that they can increase sales numbers. These steps might include things like increasing advertisements in a particular region, placing some items on sale, increasing the amount of required customer-to-sales rep contact, or contacting prior customers to see if they are interested in purchasing additional products. The steps are then organized into a logical pattern so that Melissa and her team can follow them.

    Planning is an ongoing step and can be highly specialized based on organizational goals, division goals, departmental goals, and team goals. It is up to the manager to recognize which goals need to be planned within his or her individual area.

    Organizing

    The second of the managerial functions is organizing. This step requires Melissa to determine how she will distribute resources and organize her employees according to the plan. Melissa will need to identify different roles and ensure that she assigns the right amount of employees to carry out her plan. She will also need to delegate authority, assign work, and provide direction so that her team of sales representatives can work towards higher sales numbers without having barriers in their way.

    Leading

    The third function of management is leading. In this step, Melissa spends time connecting with her employees on an interpersonal level. This goes beyond simply managing tasks; rather, it involves communicating, motivating, inspiring, and encouraging employees towards a higher level of productivity. Not all managers are leaders. An employee will follow the directions of a manager because they have to, but an employee will voluntarily follow the directions of a leader because they believe in who he or she is as a person, what he or she stands for, and for the manner in which they are inspired by the leader.

    Controlling

    Controlling is the final function of management. Once a plan has been carried out the managerevaluates the results against the goals. If a goal is not being met, the manager must also take any necessary corrective actions to continue to work towards that goal.

    For example, if Melissa noticed that her team was behind in their sales half way through February, she will need to put in place necessary provisions to ensure the second half of February is twice as productive as the first half so that by the end the month, the original sales goal will be met or exceeded. Because the control process also includes setting performance standards for employees and continuously evaluating their job performances, Melissa will speak with each of her sales reps individually to review their performances.

    The Fifth Function

    Some have added a fifth function for managers known as staffing. Staffing is the task of evaluating, recruiting, selecting, training, and placing appropriate individuals into defined job roles. A manager must spend time evaluating his or her workforce needs, discovering where employees need to be added, trained, or removed, and then making those changes so that the organization can continue business as usual.

    Lesson Review

    Let’s review. There are four functions of management that span across all industries. They include:planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. You should think about the four functions as a process, where each step builds on the others. Managers must first plan, then organize according to that plan, lead others to work towards the plan, and finally evaluate the effectiveness of the plan.

    Planning is the first step where by a manager creates a detailed action plan aimed at some organizational goal. Organizing is the second step, which involves the manager determining how to distribute resources and arrange employees according to the plan. Leading is the third step that is accomplished by communicating, motivating, inspiring, and encouraging employees towards a higher level of productivity. Controlling is the final function of management in which the manager, once a plan has been carried out, evaluates the results against the goals. If a goal is not being met, the manager must also take any necessary corrective action needed to continue to work towards that goal. Some have added a fifth function for managers known as staffing. Staffing is the task of evaluating, recruiting, selecting, training, and placing appropriate individuals into defined job roles.

  23. define managemant concept?

  24. plz send me (Online crime reporting ) database, documention or ERD to me . this my email add ([email protected])

  25. i want the srs document for online crime reporting system now…
    can anyone help me pls??

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