LEO >> Shield Basic-LEO App for Smartphone
|10/12/11 10:09 AM|
Member Since: 3/26/09
I'm not sure if they make an American equivalent, but have any other Canadian LEOs used this app?
Shield Basic - An Officer's Field Guide is a smart phone law enforcement application to assist Police Officers, Conservation Officers, MTO Officers and law enforcement students in their work and studies, by providing up to date legislation and many useful tools at the touch of a finger. This application can also be used as a reference for lawyers, legal assistants and the general public. The intent of Shield Technologies is to release Shield Basic in each province in Canada; Ontario being the first.
Key features included in Shield Basic:
Short form wordings, definitions, fines and demerit points for offences
Browsing by categories.
Quick and accurate searches will populate results by category.
Speeding , Seat Belt, Licencing and other useful Charts.
Capability to add Law Enforcement specific contacts.
Capability to add your own by-laws.
Charter Rights/Caution and Legal Demands.
Incident Guidelines. "How To"
Shield Basic does not require internet access to function.
Legislation and material included within Shield Basic - Ontario:
Highway Traffic Act
Criminal Code of Canada
Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act
Liquor Licence Act
Trespass To Property Act
Youth Criminal Justice Act
Off-Road Vehicles Act
Motorized Snow Vehicles Act
Safe Streets Act
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act
Dangerous Goods Transportation Act
Smoke-Free Ontario Act
Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act
Environmental Protection Act
Public Lands Act
Ontario Fishery Regulations
Migratory Birds Convention Act
Government Property Traffic Act
Forest Fires Prevention Act
Many Ontario Regulations for the above Acts.
|10/21/11 11:03 AM|
Member Since: 3/26/09
I ended up ordering it.
$9.99 for the year.
It's pretty cool. Basically like having a copy of every piece of relevant legislation on you at all times.
Big help with short form wordings for provincial offences.
Would recommend it.
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