For law enforcement professionals, reporting demands can oftentimes lead to time spent away from protecting and serving the public. Get an up close look at how police departments are increasing officer safety while at the same time increasing the quality of incident reports.
See Rogers Police Department demo
Watch Jeffrey Beahen, Chief of Police for The Rogers, Minnesota Police Department as he demonstrates how his department uses Dragon speech recognition as a more efficient and safer way to create incident reports, and gain insight into how you can do the same. Fill out the form below to gain access.
Speed data entry within record management systems. Complete reports 3x faster than you can type with up to 99% accuracy right out of the gate.
Improve the immediacy and accuracy of reports. There’s no need to decipher handwritten notes or try to recall details from hours before. Police officers can dictate in real-time to ensure reporting detail and accuracy.
Look up license plates hands-free. Conduct license plate look ups without ever touching a keyboard and complete queries faster and with more accuracy - all by voice - without taking your eyes off the road.
Increase officer safety. Typing reports in a cramped patrol unit is not ideal and can cause officers to lose their sense of situational awareness. Enabling police officers to fill out paperwork by voice means they are more focused during patrol.