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Make incident reporting faster, safer, and more complete – all by voice. Nuance Communications, the developer of Dragon speech recognition solutions, offers the law enforcement community two speech recognition solutions – Dragon Professional Anywhere for law enforcement and Dragon Law Enforcement – for agencies seeking either cloud-hosted or locally installed speech recognition software. Departments can eliminate paperwork backlogs and transcription costs while improving report detail and accuracy—enabling law enforcement professionals to spend less time on documentation tasks and more time on community policing initiatives.
Nuance Dragon Professional Anywhere empowers busy law enforcement professionals to use their voice naturally to create more detailed and accurate documentation quickly and easily. Hosted on Microsoft Azure, this highly scalable, AI-powered speech recognition solution extends the usability and value of law enforcement applications and is ideal for thin-client/virtualized networks. This secure Nuance cloud-hosted solution delivers “always latest” speech recognition capabilities with the security, stability, and “turn-key” simplicity that law enforcement demands. Dragon Professional Anywhere for law enforcement is available for a fixed monthly budget to minimize capital expenditure. The solution can also be tailored for a variety of deployment options and agency settings.
Nuance Dragon Law Enforcement drives incident report productivity, improves situational awareness, and allows more time for departments to dedicate to community policing—all by voice. Locally installed on an officer’s MDC, this highly customizable solution allows officers to dictate directly into RMS or other applications—up to 3x faster than typing with up to 99% accuracy. Streamlining how reports are created and submitted empowers officers to focus on protecting and serving rather than the distractions associated with paperwork.
Police Chief Jeffrey Beahen shows how his department uses Dragon speech recognition to quickly and efficiently create reports.