Wisconsin Department of Transportation

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TraCS training

All law enforcement agencies are required to attend Badger TraCS training in order to receive a TraCS license. The appropriate paperwork needs to be completed prior to registration. See Getting TraCS for the required paperwork.

Badger TraCS training sessions consist of two days and are set up as a train-the-trainer. Two individuals per agency are able to attend this training. The training is set up in the same sequence that agencies will use to implement TraCS. The training consists of the following topics:

  • TraCS implementation planning
  • Setup TraCS computers (office and mobile)
  • Configure network connectivity between TraCS computers
  • Managing citation numbers
  • Using custom installation files (Distributions)
  • Overview of all TraCS forms
  • Administrative office procedures
  • Universal Mobile Data Interface (MDI)
  • Maintaining TraCS
  • TraCS packs

TraCS 10 training videos

Videos have been developed for TraCS users such as officers, office staff or supervisors issuing, reviewing, approving and transmitting documents. These are short videos on specific subjects that can be accessed and reviewed quickly.

User training videos These videos are for those individuals/officers that use TraCS to complete a crash report, citation, behavior report, etc.

new User training contact videos - These instructor-led videos are for individuals/officers that use TraCS forms. Videos are contact/stop-oriented. 

Administrative training videos These videos are for those individuals that review, approve, transmit and archive.

Questions about the content of this page:
Citations & Withdrawals Section, badgertracs@dot.wi.gov
Last modified: September 26, 2014

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