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BROKEN ARROW, OK -- Another community has signed on with an Oklahoma company to go hi-tech when it comes to writing tickets.
Broken Arrow announced on Thursday it will start using a Tulsa company's product to write e-tickets. Departments say electronic ticketing is faster and safer for officers.
The program by Anyware Mobile Solutions scans the bar code on the back of drivers' licenses and then officers just have to select the violations.
The City of Broken Arrow says it will also help increase its revenue because they won't have to throw out as many tickets because of errors on paper tickets.