How to create tickets using digiTICKET

  1. Scan a Driver License or Pull Person/Vehicle Data from State Switch

    digiTICKET can scan the back of drivers license or ID cards to enter all driver information into the ticket automatically. Saltus also offers the capability to perform queries on people and vehicles through the state message switch or pull query data from other mobile software applications. If this capability is implemented, the returned query data can be used to automatically fill person and vehicle fields on the ticket.
  2. Enter other Ticket Data

    Using drop down lists and easy-to-use screens, all data required to complete a ticket can easily be entered in less than 60 seconds.
  3. Add Violations

    Most common violations are added by selecting from a drop down list or a simple key word search of the violations description – no more cheat sheets required. Officers can also add warnings and flag violations as “grant” tickets.
  4. Print the Ticket

    Paper tickets are printed from an affordable Bluetooth thermal printer. Up to eight violations can be printed on a single four-inch wide ticket, formatted to look just like your pre-printed ticket books. digiTICKET can even print different formatted tickets based on ticket type (i.e. parking, traffic or code enforcement).
  5. Capture Photo, Electronic Signature and/or Voice Notes

    Officers have the option of using the digiTICKET handheld ticket writer to capture the violator’s signature along with a digital photo. If comments require a long narrative, the officer can also capture a voice recording about the stop.
  6. Synchronize Tickets to the Web Application

    Officers easily submit ticket data to the digiTICKET web based software from their laptops or tablets running the digiTICKET mobile software.
  7. Manage Tickets

    Once on the web software, designated users with web access can access tickets online. Tickets can be reviewed and approved, edited, reproduced in PDF format and exported to your Court or Record Management System. Saltus currently interfaces to over 60 different RMS and Court Case Management systems.
  8. Manage Statutes and Court Dates

    Users with appropriate permissions can add, edit or remove statutes and update court dates and times. Court dates can be set to “advance” automatically to the next available date based on docket size or number of days to the next appropriate court type.
  9. Create Reports

    All ticket data is stored on the digiTICKET web application and can be used to create reports that your RMS or Court system doesn’t already provide.