Illinois Approved eCitation
digiTICKET – THE FIRST ELECTRONIC CITATION SYSTEM TO BE APPROVED BY THE STATE OF ILLINOIS
digiTICKET was the first eCitation solution approved by the Chief Conference of Judges in the State of Illinois. Over 110 agencies in 20 counties are now using, or working on deploying digiTICKET.
A testament to the flexibility of digiTICKET, in less than 60 days Saltus was able to meet all requirements for the ‘Electronic Citation and Complaint Form’ as outlined by the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts (AOIC). With this approval, digiTICKET is now available to all Counties and jurisdictions across the state.
Using an approved ticket, Illinois Counties can access eCitation funds being collected under Public Act 096-1210. These funds can be applied toward the procurement of the digiTICKET eCitation solution.
Saltus offers the eCitation system for purchase or as a monthly service. The digiTICKET as a Service (dSaaS) procurement option requires zero upfront payments and has no long-term contract. It includes everything necessary to use the solution; hardware, software, interfaces, paper, hosting and implementation and training services. It is a risk free offering with a 60 day cancellation with no penalty.
THE DIGITICKET SOLUTION FOR ILLINOIS AGENCIES
- Saltus provides County-wide solutions to support multiple agencies in one deployment.
- Can be deployed on existing laptop computers or on rugged tablets.
- Tickets are printed with thermal printers on paper with a 20 year archive-ability rating (tickets will not fade or turn black).
- Mobile software can be interfaced with the Premier MDC/IWIN query tool. Person and vehicle data retrieved from LEADS can be automatically inserted into ticket forms within digiTICKET.
- Customized for each County. In addition to uniform traffic tickets, digiTICKET can support local Ordinance Violations (OVs) and can support local business processes/logic.
- Captures IDOT mandated traffic stop and pedestrian stop data and provides electronic files that can be uploaded to the State.
- Ticket data can be electronically transferred to Court Case Management software solutions (such as Goodin, Jano and Tyler Technologies) and law enforcement Records Management Systems (such as New World, Village Police, etc.).
- The Saltus Customer Care department receives state offense table updates directly from the AOIC, allowing Saltus to update offense codes without customer request.