Creating incident reports is a necessary part of police work, but many law enforcement professionals say the process is too cumbersome—it takes too long, is not detailed enough, and just as important, can impact officer safety.
Read the results of the Nuance Dragon 2018 Role of Technology in Law Enforcement Paperwork annual report.
*2018 Role of Technology in Law Enforcement Paperwork Annual Report
As the demands for quality, timely and increasingly standardized police incident reporting continue to rise, cumbersome reporting processes can impact productivity, efficiency and officer safety.
The 2018 Role of Technology in Law Enforcement Paperwork Annual Report, resulting from a national survey deployed to Police Chiefs and their Command Staff, considers how departments are using technology to support their reporting processes, and which systems are poised to improve documentation workflows in the future.
Key documentation issues facing law enforcement professionals specific to incident reporting and other essential documentation tasks.Get it now
Faced with significant reporting demands, law enforcement professionals seek technology tools to help them complete police paperwork in a more efficient manner.
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