|Citation is law enforcement software that is specifically designed to enter and maintain traffic citation information into a database in an efficient, secure, and effective medium that is never lost, misfiled, or mishandled.|
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Citation is law enforcement software that is specifically designed to enter and maintain traffic citation information into a database in an efficient, secure, and effective medium that is never lost, misfiled, or mishandled.
Further, Citation has powerful searching tools that let you find any one citation instantly, or assemble a sub-list of citations that have some common element(s) that you define.
Finally, Citation has flexible printing options that let you print any one citation, or any list of citations.
Altogether, Citation is a powerful, flexible tool for entering and maintaining a searchable, printable database of your agency's traffic citations.
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