BIO-key International and Advanced Public Safety (APS), a provider of electronic ticketing software for public safety agencies, announced that the Neosho, Mo., Police Department will deploy a wireless electronic traffic citation system. APS’s QuickTicket software was integrated into BIO-Key’s MobileCop wireless law-enforcement query and messaging solution. According to the companies, the software automatically moves MobileCop query response data to electronic forms so that an officer during a traffic stop can enter the violator’s information into the application to obtain background information from available national, state, and local databases. The software auto-populates the information from the mobile query database files directly onto the agency’s citation forms.