Public Safety Report System

PSRS Information & Resources 

PSRS Q&A Sessions

To address many of the questions received related to the PSRS, OCA will be hosting live Q&A. The dates below will be updated as more sessions are scheduled. You can download the power point presentation given at the sessions here.

PSRS Q&A Sessions Schedule
Day Time Zoom Meeting
Friday, 5/20/2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CT Zoom Meeting
Wednesday, 6/15/2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CT Zoom Meeting
Wednesday, 7/20/2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CT Zoom Meeting
     

Magistration and the PSRS

The PSRS Process document was created to help provide guidance on the system's order of events and how/where the system can be integrated into local processes. This document covers the system's involvement starting at the time an individual is processed after an arrest to the time the magistration is complete. Processes will vary depending on the location. Therefore, OCA encourages you to reach out to your local counterparts (law enforcement agencies/offices, jails, courts, etc.) and decide who will require access to the system.

Local Administrative User Registration Forms

Each location (court, agency, office) will need to identify a local administrative user (LAU) for the PSRS who will be assigned administrative rights to add/remove other local users of the system. The LAU will need to complete an electronic PSRS User Registration Form so they can be set up in the system. Once the LAU's account is set up in the system, OCA will send a notification with guidance on how to enter other end-users to their location in the system. 

Only one electronic PSRS User Registration Form needs to be submitted per location/ORI number. OCA recommends that the Local Administrative User (LAU) selected by each location/ORI be the one to complete the form.

In addition, OCA also recommends that the LAU be the same representative who is the Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC).

PSRS Local Administrative User Registration Form for Judicial Entities link
PSRS Local Administrative User Registration Form for Law Enforcement and Related Entities link

PSRS Training by Automon

Senate Bill 6 (SB6) required OCA to implement a standardized public safety report system (PSRS) for statewide use, and OCA has contracted with Automon to provide the PSRS statewide. The system launched April 1, 2022.

Below you can watch recordings of the training sessions that were provided by Automon. You may also access Automon training information through the PSRS "Help" tab.

Automon Training Schedule

Updated 4/13/2022

Automon Training Schedule
Date Time Agenda Training Recording
Wednesday, 3/23/2022 9:00 am - 12:00 pm CT Local Administrative User Training Recording
Wednesday, 3/23/2022 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm CT End User Training Recording
Wednesday, 3/30/2022 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm CT End User Training Recording
Thursday, 3/31/2022 9:00 am - 12:00 pm CT Local Administrative User Training Recording
Thursday, 4/14/2022 10:00 am- 12:00 pm CT PSRS Refresher Training Recording

 

PSRS Users

Each jurisdiction/ORI will have two different types of system users.

Local Administrative Users (LAU)

Each jurisdiction/ORI will have one administrative user who can edit, add, and remove all other users in the system. Though not required, it is recommended that the PSRS administrative user also be either the Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC) or the Administrator that is required by DPS. Both DPS and the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) require that all agencies with a terminal with access to TLETS appoint a TAC per ORI number. If your jurisdiction/ORI does not have a terminal with TLETS access, you can appoint an Administrator. More information on TACs and Administrators can be found here.

System End Users (SEU)

The level of access for SEUs will be determined by the LAU. SEUs can have access to enter information into the PSRS and pull criminal history information from TLETS through the PSRS if they have a TLETS User ID.

Access to TCIC and NCIC Through PSRS

The PSRS will allow access to TCIC and NCIS to query for criminal history record information (CHRI); therefore, if a user requires access to CHRI through the PSRS, a TLETS User ID must be requested from DPS.

A TLETS User ID is assigned to an individual through their jurisdiction's ORI number. If approved by DPS, the user will have up to six months from the day their TLETS User ID is assigned to complete the TLETS Mobile Access Certification.

Please consider the PSRS Process Document and the table on the Training and Education page when deciding the trainings your PSRS users must obtain.