Gale Rose, with the Pratt Tribune, recently reported that with the Kansas Highway Patrol’s (KHP) roll out of digiTICKET, court clerks and officers are really saving time and streamlining the process between the court and KHP. Point and click has replaced hand entry for traffic citations, and district court clerks around the state love it. “It’s great. It’s saving us a lot of time. We don’t have to enter all the information from the ticket, we just pull it over and it syncs with our system,” said Ann McNett, Chief clerk for the 30th Judicial District out of Barber County who was visiting the Pratt County District Court. The new system is called digiTICKET… click to continue reading the article in its entirety.