Computer-implemented methods and computer-readable media are disclosed for processing call-for-service data to facilitate queries and reports to enhance usefulness of call-for-service data. In one embodiment, a computer-implemented method performable by a computer system includes receiving at a computer system data for a plurality of calls-for-service. Individual data for an individual call-for-service includes one or more fields storing information relating to the call-for-service. Based on the information stored within the one or more fields of the individual data, one or more supplemental classifiers are automatically identified. The one or more supplemental classifiers are associated with the individual data. The one or more supplemental classifiers associated with the individual data enable the individual call-for-service to be identified when the one or more supplemental classifiers match one or more specified criteria.
Methods of using call for service data in an analytic capacity
Strom, K. J., Pope, M. W., Martin, M. A., Griggs, C. M., Rineer, J. I., & Daye, C. M. (2020). Methods of using call for service data in an analytic capacity. (U.S. Patent No. 10,574,817 B2). U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, Washington, DC.
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