Free mobile enforcement app

The EnforcePlus mobile enforcement app is a free app that can be downloaded from both Apple App Store and Google play store for Android and Apple devices. Not only is it free to download, you can apply for a FREE account today.

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Enforce Plus is fully featured enforcement system, but with a twist…it’s free. The app is aimed for enforcement officers to easily be able to leverage its ALPR (automated license plate reader) capabilities to identify offenders, collect evidence and issue citations.  The app allows the enforcement officer to search for the nearest parking location under management, which drives efficiency.

Parking enforcement app screenshot

How it works for your officers

Apply for a free account

Once approved for a free account, you can easily setup your locations, users, permitted vehicles lists, citations and customizations via our intuitive management portal.

Install the app and start enforcing

Either walk up to a vehicle with the ALPR scanner open or attach the phone to your windshield and drive the lot.

Violation alerts

The app will automatically alert you if a violation is detected via a heads up display.

Print the citation

When issuing the citation the app presents information on the vehicles offense history as well any scofflaw instructions that have been set in the management portal. [Printing is via a bluetooth thermal printer in either, 2, 3 or 4 inch paper sizes.

Citation payment portal

How it works for parking violators

Scan the QR code

Scanning the QR code takes you to a branded payment portal where the offender can view detailed photographic evidence or initiate a dispute.

Supported payment methods

Offenders can pay with credit card, debit card, google wallet, apple pay or cash app.

Selecting the Right Smartphone for Parking Enforcement:

Parking enforcement officers play a crucial role in maintaining order in urban areas by ensuring that parking regulations are upheld. To perform their duties efficiently, they require the right tools, and one of the most essential tools for modern-day parking enforcement is a smartphone. Selecting the right smartphone for parking enforcement is crucial, as it can significantly impact an officer’s productivity and effectiveness. In this article, we’ll explore the key factors to consider when choosing a smartphone for parking enforcement.

Parking enforcement officers often work in various weather conditions and urban environments. Therefore, it’s imperative to choose a smartphone that is durable and rugged. Look for devices that meet military-grade standards for durability and are built to withstand drops, water, and dust. A robust smartphone can ensure that the device remains functional in challenging conditions.

Long battery life is critical for parking enforcement officers who may be out in the field for extended periods. Consider smartphones with large battery capacities or those that offer power-saving features. Removable batteries or the ability to swap out a battery can also be advantageous for officers on long shifts.

Parking enforcement officers rely heavily on the camera for documenting parking violations, issuing citations, and recording evidence. A smartphone with a high-quality camera, good low-light performance, and fast autofocus capabilities is essential. Ensure the device can capture clear images and videos to support any potential legal actions.

Parking enforcement officers need reliable connectivity to access databases, communicate with colleagues, and submit reports. Ensure that the smartphone has fast and stable network connectivity, including support for 4G or 5G. Additionally, consider devices with dual SIM card slots to facilitate easy switching between networks.

Given the sensitive nature of parking enforcement data, security is paramount. Choose smartphones with robust security features, including biometric authentication, encryption, and the ability to remotely wipe the device in case of loss or theft. Make sure the smartphone complies with data protection regulations in your region.

The smartphone should be easy to carry and comfortable to use throughout the day. Consider the size and weight of the device, as well as the placement of physical buttons and accessibility features. Ergonomics can affect an officer’s productivity and comfort during their shifts.

Cost is always a factor when selecting any device. Parking enforcement agencies should balance the features and quality of the smartphone with their budget constraints. Look for models that offer a good balance between cost and performance.

Finally, consider the availability of support and maintenance for the chosen smartphone. Determine if the manufacturer or a third-party provider offers warranty, repair services, and software updates, as this can extend the device’s lifespan and ensure it remains reliable over time.

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