Georgia department gets a digital upgrade

"Ten years ago we had never heard of printing a ticket out in the car"


By Joy Lukachick
Chattanooga Times Free Press

RINGGOLD, Ga. — When Deputy Chief Wilburn Dycus began working for the Ringgold Police Department 10 years ago, officers had to draw crash reports by hand using plastic rulers.

Now Ringgold officers are ahead of the curve, with printers in their patrol cars that allow them to print out tickets for any city violation from the road.

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