Digital Ticketing Maximizes Patrol Time While Minimizing Risks and Reducing Costs
Tulsa, OK, May 29, 2014 – Saltus Technologies™, a leading provider of innovative electronic ticketing systems for public safety, announced today that the police departments of St. Francisville and Hammond, Louisiana, are successfully issuing citations with the digiTICKET eCitation solution. Deployed on handheld devices, digiTICKET allows their officers to streamline the ticketing process, reduce dangerous roadside time, and avoid errors that can result in lost revenue.
St. Francisville and Hammond opted for Saltus’s digiTICKET as a Service procurement option. Using this digiTICKET as a Service™ (DaaS™) procurement method, digiTICKET is being implemented with zero up front costs and no long-term financial commitment.
“Maximizing officer presence and efficiency is a key goal for us. We’ve recently deployed their Software using ‘digiTICKET as a Service’ to provide that force multiplier,” says Chief Forbes, St Francisville, LA Police Department. “It gets my officers back on patrol faster while making digital citation information immediately available to our court system. We expect it will reduce errors and bottlenecks in our citation process.”
St. Francisville, in West Feliciana Parish, is a popular tourist spot with a variety of historic sites, courthouse, and other buildings on the national historic registry. Hammond is the largest city in Tangipahoa Parish and home to Southeastern Louisiana University.
St. Francisville and Hammond join a growing list of Louisiana police departments using the digiTICKET system. Saltus Technologies will demonstrate the technology in their booth at the Louisiana Association of Chiefs of Police (LAPC) annual conference, July 9-11, at the Crowne Plaza in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
digiTICKET currently has more than 3,200 end users in 12 U.S. states generating over 50,000 eCitations monthly. It has been a key contributing factor in increasing efficiency for State and Local governments by reducing errors, improving productivity, and eliminating manual processes.