Law Enforcement Automation
Automation of traffic violation, citations and law enforcement using the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), enrich patrols and police officers in the field having everything they need to issue and process citations in real time. Paperwork and citation errors are reduced while improving officer safety, productivity and citation accuracy. mob.citation provides the path to Just in Time information, increase officers safety and productivity in addition to client s satisfaction.
Law enforcement agencies, needs to optimize human resources participation in law enforcement without impacting public safety or the quality of public services. Law enforcement agencies are addressing these challenges by automating and reducing paper-based processes the most common processes under scrutiny - paper-based citation-. mob.citation provides optimized need for human resources to control and manage law and law enforcement.
Why Law Enforcement Automation?
Boost productivity: Real-time processing of an electronic citation is completed in a fraction of the time of a paper-based citation, providing an agency-wide increase in productivity.
Error free data: Auto Identification, drop down menus and the ability to auto populate fields substantially reduce the errors typically found in paper based citations.
Increased efficiency: The reduction in errors reduces the number of citations that are dismissed. In addition, less paperwork translates into more time out on patrol - and the opportunity to prevent violations.
Increased officer safety: Officers spend less time out of the patrol car, reducing the opportunity for injury from traffic or vehicle occupants.
Increased community service levels: Officers have more time to spend out on patrol, increasing response times as well as citizen safety and satisfaction levels.
In the paper-based citation, the process is not only time-consuming, but also error-prone reducing productivity. The stress of an accident scene can cause an officer to unintentionally make a mistake while completing the paper form. In addition to the officer s time to manually complete a citation, a data entry clerk must manually key the handwritten information into the system. Legibility issues related to the handwritten data can easily lead to a data entry error. The magnitude and cost of that error can easily multiply since citations are often entered into many reporting systems like: police records, court case management system and citation tracking. The result is a recipe for a potentially devastating loss of important data due to citation. Also, in the manual process the police officers won t have immediate access to timely needed information on time.
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