What Everyone is Saying about Thin Blue Line Reporting

This is the best program I’ve ever seen for both law enforcement and the courts. As a retired police officer of 23 years and now as a judge, I’ve never been more excited about a program as I am for this one. The efficiency gain on both ends is a clear win-win.

Honorable Keith D. Barth, Justice of the Peace #2, Santa Cruz County

Thin Blue Line Reporting’s tools give me an incredible efficiency boost. Recently, I was able to generate seven violations in a matter of minutes using their Generate Report option. This allowed me to carry over relevant information into multiple different reports and saved me a lot of time. Their team is also very easy to work with and are honest, good people.

Commander Thomas Allen, Huachuca Police Department

With a collision, there can be a lot of rubbernecking and traffic congestion that could lead to secondary collisions, so we want to clear the collision as fast as we can. The iCollision program from Thin Blue Line Reporting will allow us to do that.

Lieutenant Chris Olson, Oro Valley Police Department

Thin Blue Line Reporting is a phenomenal tool for Law Enforcement. The technology and operating system are second to none. The reduction in time spent on traffic stops was amazing and now we are able to process a citation on average in three minutes. Our Agency also saw a reduction of time in our Records section. The information could be linked directly to Spillman (our records management system). The customer service is beyond compare! If there was a small issue, it was usually solved within a couple of hours. The staff at Thin Blue are obviously extremely knowledgeable of their product and how it can best be applied to Law Enforcement. If there is an agency looking to increase productivity, reduce wasted time and utilize an outstanding product, they need only to turn to Thin Blue Line Reporting.

Sergeant Chad D. Matthews, Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office

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