Loves Park plans to discuss E-citations

"It's more than just what it's gonna do for us. It's what it's gonna do for the entire system."
ELECTRONIC CITATIONS ARE THE TOPIC ON THE LOVES PARK CITY COUNCIL AGENDA TONIGHT....
"And this is where we would be in the future."
IT'S A SYSTEM THAT WOULD MAKE THE PROCESS OF ISSUING A TICKET MUCH SHORTER ...
"There's been statistics that have shown that an officer can write a ticket significantly faster, more accurately, more legible, within an E-ticket over what we can do now with a handwritten citation."
OFFICERS WILL BE ABLE TO IMMEDIATELY ENTER IN THE INFORMATION... AND IT WILL CONNECT TO AN ONLINE DATABASE THAT WILL ALLOW THEM TO USE THE INFORMATION TO GATHER DATA...
"We'll be able to give reports that will tell you where you've issued your citations. Where are the hot spots, where are the cold spots, where do most accidents happen at."
EVEN THOUGH THIS WILL GIVE OFFICERS EXTRA TIME... LOVES PARK CHIEF DEPUTY ASSURES US THAT THIS WON'T MEAN
"LYNDE SAYS THAT EVEN THOUGH THE ELECTRONIC SYSTEM WILL MAKE ISSUING CITATIONS QUICKER FOR OFFICERS... HE DOESN'T FORESEE A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF CITATIONS GIVEN."
"Enforcement needs to be done, and this is not going to increase enforcement in any measurable manner."
OFTEN TIMES TICKETS ARE DIFFICULT TO READ AND
"The circuit clerks office is going to run the project, and we want the participation of all
"Overall it's to make the entire system more efficient."

"iN A 12-HOUR SHIFT, MOST OFFICERS DON'T STOP MORE THAN TWO OR THREE CARS."
"Most citizens don't speed... but we have to have enforcement."
"This is not going to increase enforcement in any measurable manner."
"iT CLEARS UP A LOT OF ISSUES WITH A LOT OF PEOPLE SAYING 'i CAN'T READ MY TICKET... I CAN'T SEE."
"It's what

"We'll be able to give you reports that will tell you where you've issued your citations. Where are the hot spots? Where are the cold spots? Where are most accidents at? Where do most personal injuries happen at? So it's really about giving officers and administration for the various police departments better information on how to conduct traffic safety stops."