The Lake Forest Police Department has recently collaborated with the GIS department to spatially display the city’s crime and incident data within MapOffice. Previously the GIS department would create maps displaying the most current crime locations as well as trends that may have been occurring over time. These maps were typically created on a monthly basis. Although the timeline in which the maps were delivered was effective, there may be a need to analyze data more frequently depending on consistency of the occurrences. The GIS Department has enabled the police to analyze crime and incident data for a specific day, week, month or year by integrating the data into MapOffice’s Business Intelligence feature. Business Intelligence can access live data from law enforcements crime and incident records. The data that is actively being edited by the Lake Forest Police Department is held within a record management system. GIS can connect to the record management system, read the data and spatially display the data in MapOffice. . By referencing a live data feed, information can be viewed and analyzed on an up to the minute basis in MapOffice. Police personnel now have the ability to select a desired incident(s), specify a time period, produce a map of the incidents, and export the map and associated data all from their own workstation. The spatial analysis aspect of crime reporting now can be accomplished independently and more efficiently.