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Law Enforcement Report writing software

PTS Incident Solutions simplifies the process of police and law enforcement records management reporting. This program offers a police software and law enforcement software solution for the tasks of managing incident records - writing reports, scanning driver's licenses, tracking property, attaching images and much more. PTS Incident Solutions is designed to work for police departments, sheriff departments, K-12 school police, college and university campus police, marshal offices and any other law enforcement agency requiring report software. PTS also offers a hosted solution called Small Agency Management or SAM which is designed for agencies with 10 or fewer full-time officers.

PTS Incident Solutions Manages:

  • Complainants
  • Victims
  • Offenders
  • Offenses
  • Narratives
  • Property/Evidence
  • Arrest Reports
  • UCR/NIBRS
  • Citations
  • Field Interviews
  • Photos, Videos, Audio & Documents
  • Domestic Violence Reporting
PTS Case Management Solution

PTS Investigations Case Management Solution simplifies the process of Investigation Records Management for detectives and investigators. This software keeps track of all records relating to everything involved in an investigation:

  • Caseloads
  • Case Assignments and History
  • Time Spent on Cases
  • Case and Investigator Statistics
  • Task Lists
  • Phone Logs
  • eNote Pads
  • Solvability Assessments and Closure Values
  • Review Dates
  • Approvals and Case Dispositions
  • Case Particulars/Potential Modus Operandi
Citations

PTS offers two citation options: Basic Citation and Electronic Citation.

Basic Citation:
The basic citation feature located within the Incident program is designed to maintain all department citation records. Using basic citation, officers enter data at an office workstation or through a mobile data terminal.

Electronic Citation:
As an option, PTS Incident can interface with Saltus Technologies’ electronic digiTICKET system. The digiTICKET system scans driver’s licenses, state and military IDs from all over the United States, Canada and Mexico. Citation issuance times are typically reduced by more than 50%, and the import of citation data into PTS Incident Solutions happens with the click of a button.

Both Options Include:

  • Interfaces with drivers' license magnetic stripe readers
  • Import data to the incident module
  • In-car citation printing
After Court Registries

PTS' Sex Offender Registry and Probation Registry software enables your agency to register convicted sex offenders and probationers.

  • Schedule new meetings
  • Document all court appointed meetings
  • Print meeting receipts
  • Links to PTS ID file with full personal details, photo, warrants and offense history
  • Registrant status, completion dates, etc.
  • Attach notes
  • Built-in reports include due to report, overdue list, contacts made, etc.
PTS Field Reporting Solution

Incident Solutions Field Reporting is the mobile version of our standard PTS Incident Solutions module. When installed on mobile devices, officers can complete their incident reports directly from their vehicle or remote substation.

  • Document field interviews
  • Write incident and arrest reports
  • Insert and track property and evidence
  • Attach images
  • Accident reporting
  • Basic traffic citations
  • Complete domestic violence forms
Source: www.ptssolutions.com
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