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Electronic offence ticketing taken up by Oklahoma police

Macrosolve : 24 June, 2009  (Application Story)
digiTICKET is a rugged hand held driving license scanning, signature capture and offence logging system which will be used by Talala police in Oklahoma to improve operations and reduce roadside time
MacroSolve, the parent company of Anyware Mobile Solutions, has announced the signing of an agreement with the Town of Talala, Oklahoma police department to implement the company's recently launched electronic ticketing solution, digiTICKET.

"Electronic ticketing is a positive step for our department and the city of Talala. digiTICKET will make our ticket writing process more efficient for the city and safer for officers. A typical traffic stop will reduce from 20 minutes to between 5 and 8 minutes, allowing our officers more time to patrol our streets and keep our citizens safe. Additionally, the decreased time standing on the side of the roadway will get the officer out of harm's way faster," stated Talala Police Chief Phillip Coe.

"The choice to go with Anyware Mobile Solutions was easy. Not only are they an Oklahoma company meaning we are helping to keep jobs local, but the product is affordable and reliable," continued Chief Coe.

Anyware's electronic ticketing solution allows officers to use a rugged hand-held mobile computer to scan a drivers license barcode, automatically entering the driver's data. The officer can enter multiple violations and capture the driver's signature on the handheld, all in a matter of minutes.

The reduced time to issue tickets decreases the minutes an officer is standing roadside, where they are exposed to unnecessary risk. In 2008, the main cause of death among US police officers was being struck by a vehicle.

City revenues are increased through a reduction in unusable tickets due to manual errors on paper tickets. The reduced use of paper products and the elimination of manual data entry at ticket processing points further cut operating costs.

Eric Fultz of Anyware Mobile Solutions added, "A growing number of police departments are adopting eticketing solutions because on a per-ticket basis, the cost of producing and processing an eticket amounts to a fraction of the cost of a paper ticket. digiTICKET's software-based system also offers the flexibility to make changes and upgrades as laws and department producers evolve."
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