Welcome to another Dome tutorial, this video will show you how to manage the court dockets in your system.
Dockets are used to group together offence information for the purpose of creating a single evidence file for court proceedings. Previously this would have required you to print the documents individually. Dome can combine this evidence into one printable file.
To access the Court dockets menu, click the ‘Manage’ menu, highlight the ‘Print’ option, and click the ‘Dockets’ sub-menu.
Displayed will be the docket template generator. You can either create a brand-new template or edit an existing template from the drop-down menu in the top left corner.
To create a new docket template simply drag and drop the objects you wish to include in your docket. As an example, we will drag over the images, documents and offence history objects.
Within each of the objects will be a list of items that you can include in your docket. For this example, we will tick the primary and plate boxes in the images object. We will select the NIP and 172 box in the documents object and finally, we will tick all the boxes in the offence history object.
Docket information is displayed in the order listed in an object. This means if you wanted the Driver image to be displayed before the Primary image in your docket you would need to add two images objects to your docket and select each image type. As shown here. This is the same for any of the other objects used in a docket.
When you are happy with your selections, name your docket and click the save button in the bottom left corner.
To edit this docket or any other docket, select it from the drop-down menu.