SFST Report - DUI Note Taking

SFST Report - DUI Note Taking

By Bonsaisoft LLC

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-01-31
  • Current Version: 1.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 38.30 MB
  • Developer: Bonsaisoft LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 268 Ratings

Description

The SFST Report app was designed to let Law Enforcement Officers save time and efficiently take notes during field sobriety tests. LEOs can easily use this app to take SFST related notes, generate a report, email it to themselves and erase the data from the app. WHAT OFFICERS SAY: ----------------------- “This app is great! My agency is buying it for whoever asks for it because of how well the report is detailed already. This is truly a huge deal! Again, thank you so much!” “What a awesome job!! Your hard work has significantly reduced the work I have to do in the field! I use this app every shift! Thank you for everything!” APP FEATURES --------------- - Note taking for driver and vehicle information (driver name, gender, vehicle brand, licence plate, ...) - Driving licence scanning to load the driver's info automatically - Note taking for the following tests: ** Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus test (HGN) ** Walk & Turn test ** Lack of Conversion test ** One Leg Stand test ** Finger to Nose test ** Modified Romberg test ** PBT results - SFST report generation, preview and export by email - Data deletion from the app once the report is exported The app is well organized, easy to use and intuitive. It was built with input from law enforcement officers. Note: We plan to update the app regularly to add more tests and features so please let us know how we can improve this app by sending us an email (from settings page) PRICING --------- The SFST Report app requires a Pro membership subscription. We offer monthly and yearly subscription plans. The monthly membership subscription is $4.99/month after a 2 weeks free trial period. The yearly membership subscription is $43.99/month after a 1 month free trial period. LEGAL --------- The price of the subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Our full terms and conditions and privacy policy are at: Terms of Use: https://www.sfstreportapp.com/terms-and-conditions/ Privacy Policy: https://www.sfstreportapp.com/privacy-policy/

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Reviews

  • Overall very handy

    3
    By Scottdwarren
    I’m an officer with nearly 1K DUI evaluations under my belt. I was pretty excited to discover this app. It works very well for the roadside bit. I have a couple of recommendations for how to really send this app over the top: 1) Add a Vehicle in Motion section where we can either select violations or type a narrative right there. 2) Add “additional observations” sections in each of the tests so we can make comments on elements of the tests that were noteworthy but not official clues (ie, counting weirdly during the one leg stand). 3) Add a chemical test section, ideally one in which we can upload our own preloaded templates. For example, have a screen where the options are blood or breath, time of test, results if known. These improvements would vastly assist with the time I’ve spent adding all these things to the narrative after the fact. Additionally, there are a couple of small grammatical errors that I have to correct in the template prior to submitting my reports. Thanks for a useful app!
  • Nice try

    1
    By lepd 1107
    This app starts out saying it’s free but ends up costing money! Would be great if it had a couple free trials to see if it’s worthwhile!
  • Long time user, now app is useless.

    1
    By Jwkrause702
    Had this app for what feels Iike forever and now have gone to use it again and it’s rendered useless unless I pay $5.00 a month? Ridiculous.
  • Deputy Sheriff

    1
    By Deputy43
    App looks good. I would have done a one time fee, but no way am I paying a monthly feel for a app that might get us d 2-3 times a month. Please consider changing your prices. Very deceiving that you don’t tell the monthly fee before downloading!
  • Great app

    4
    By Drlifewords
    It’s quick and easy. Great too to speed up the process. Especially for a new officer. Would like to see an option to read the instructions for the exercises.
  • Nope

    1
    By DWI hunter
    Ridiculous monthly price, would’ve considered a one time purchase.
  • Great App!

    5
    By Kdotbrown
    Love this app and the features it has. Cuts down my report writing time. You’ll still have to add a few things to your narrative, which is expected to make it sound more “personal” if that makes sense. All in all I give it 4.9 out of 5. It would be nice if it also had a feature that allowed me to read Indiana’s Complied Consent!
  • Pricy but worth the stress relief

    5
    By Tchgdghdg
    2.99 is easier to swallow monthly but the app works well so far ... thinking of keeping
  • Great tool!!!

    5
    By TutBass
    Allows the officer to work faster and more effective. Not as time consuming and develops well written reports. Helps the officer whom is not well versed in SFST and DUI/DWI. Amazing app! Keep up the great work!
  • Great app! Two additions would make it even better.

    4
    By Rattlesnake1911
    The app works great. The app assists officers in maintaining organization throughout the DUI investigation while making the process much quicker and easier. Two additions id like to see in the future is a section for vehicle in motion with selectable most common DUI driving indicators as well as your reason for stop. I'd also like to see the ability to edit the narrative template used within the app, so officers could add their style or incorporate their department policies into the preprogrammed narrative template.

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