When it comes to in-vehicle printing, police officers and tech experts recognize Brother® as a name that can be trusted. Brother recently released the newest version of their popular and well-liked PocketJet® series of printers – the Brother PocketJet®8. We break down the key differences between the Brother PocketJet 8 vs. the Brother PocketJet 7 and the new features you can look for in this new model printer.
On a weekly basis, our Law Enforcement team speaks with agencies looking for mobile printers, printer paper and eCitation equipment. Whether they are printing e-tickets, accident reports, or other types of forms on the roadside, we hear the same questions asked again, and again. This Thermal Media FAQs blog is meant to answer the biggest questions you have about mobile printing and media.
Welcome back to our “Officer’s Guide to eCitation” series. Today, we’re going to find out more about electronic ticketing software – the “brains” behind the eCitation process. The software inputs the data from a driver’s license into a citation form, accident report or incident repot. Electronic ticketing software also keeps information records and transmits the data back to your agency.
Welcome back to our eCitation guide for your modern patrol car. As we discussed in Part 1, there isn’t one clear-cut answer to the question of what equipment a patrol car needs. Why? Because each agency is unique, with differing preferences and needs. What all agencies have in common is the need to best serve & protect their community.
What equipment does my patrol car need for eCitation?” There is no short answer here because every department is unique. When you consider the diverse demographics and statistics among agencies, then think about your department’s specific needs and budgetary restrictions, and finally factor in the existing equipment you may or may not already have, it becomes clear that your shopping list might look quite dissimilar to others. Read our Officer’s guide to eCitation & keeping your patrol car current, efficient and safe.
Labor Day weekend is quickly approaching. In addition to writing a shopping list for your end of summer picnic or celebration, keep in mind that law enforcement agencies will be out in full force writing tickets over the three (or four) day weekend. Drive safely! If you do have the misfortune of getting pulled over, this article may be of some help.
Grab & Go with the 4910LR Magnetic Mount: The Best Magnetic Car Mount to keep your focus forward Middle of a traffic stop. One last e-citation-based traffic ticket and you can go home. Where’s the freakin’ scanner? Without looking, you instinctively grab its tangled cord and yank. The scanner jumps from the passenger side floorboard …