At the beginning of 2020, Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) launched Carcass Reporting – Arizona Streets & Highways (CRASH). This suite of networked Esri tools aims to facilitate opportunistic capture of wildlife road mortality carcass data by a wider array of interested government employees and contractors. The current suite of tools includes three Survey123 interfaces: one streamlines the process for invited named users, a second expanded interface is accessible via shared link without an AGOL credential, and the third interface populates relevant record fields by harvesting metadata from digital images collected and submitted outside of the tool suite. A fourth interface currently under development targets the incorporation of instantaneous digital issuance of salvage permits by law enforcement. In addition to these Survey123 data capture pathways, multiple QuickCapture interfaces have also been developed to populate the same carcass dataset. Generation of these flexible user input formats allows further streamlining of the data collection process. This approach has enabled vetted personnel to log carcasses for a subset of species under conditions where stopping to take a photo and/or generate a Survey123 record is not possible due to safety or time considerations. It is also conducive to generating simple interfaces tailored to a specific audience, such as a local transportation maintenance crew, that focus on likely and/or priority species for a given coverage area. During the development of CRASH select personnel utilized the various interfaces to generated 493 actual carcass records. Since being officially launched on 1/1/2020, AZGFD personnel and representatives from six partner organizations have generated an additional 202 carcass records. The coronavirus pandemic has slowed the effective roll-out of this novel toolset as a result of the reduction in miles driven by personnel as well as postponement of partner organization engagement via demonstration and training sessions. Comparatively, over the same post-CRASH-launch window 117 carcass records were generated using AZGFD’s Collector-based digital carcass data collection tool which predates CRASH. This older tool has generated 3208 carcass records since it was developed in 2013, but the cumbersome interface diminishes use by willing contributors. We anticipate wider and more frequent use of the CRASH tool suite following appropriate engagement and training of partners.