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StarTraq wins contract in North Yorkshire

StarTraq has secured a competitive tender from North Yorkshire Police (NYP) for the provision of a speed camera back office system to more efficiently administer the increased number of traffic violations in the region. The company will provide the force with its robust and scalable Dome (Dynamic Offence Management and Enforcement) software system, which will automate several processes and reduce the chance of human error to an absolute minimum. The significant decrease of manual and administrative activities will allow NYP’s traffic and speed enforcement officers to spend more time on active enforcement duties.

Dome’s embedded flexible and powerful reporting platform adds to the software’s popularity, as it can significantly contribute to improve the operational standards of a police force. Through the Dome reporting module, NYP will be able to retrieve extensive details of its Central Ticket Office performance within any given time frame, either for statistical and reporting reasons or for resource and procurement planning. The contract award is the company’s second major deployment in less than two months and follows the recent appointment by three collaborating police forces, Bedfordshire Police, Cambridgeshire Constabulary and Hertfordshire Constabulary, to provide the processing backbone for their consolidated Central ticket office.

Chris Hennebry, StarTraq’s sales account manager, explained, “The Dome system accepts a multitude of data input mechanisms, enabling NYP to efficiently and accurately process all road traffic offences, including those captured on video clips. This and the Dome’s seamless integration with the Police National Computer and PentiP will significantly reduce the time it takes North Yorkshire Police to successfully process a single offence.” StarTraq currently works with 21 police forces in the UK, processing more than 50% of the country’s overall traffic offences per annum.

March 4, 2013

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