POLICE TRANSCRIPTION TRAINING
Police Transcription Training
It is the goal of Mastering Transcription's program to provide professional training to those desiring to become law enforcement transcriptionists. Becoming part of the exciting field of law enforcement as a support service provider of speech-to-text solutions is not a job; it is a career!
AAERT Digital Reporting and Transcription Training
The American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers provides education and certification for professionals engaged in digital reporting, transcribing, and associated roles. AAERT offers networking opportunities for its members and promotes public awareness about the value of digital reporting and transcription. (See www.aaert.org)
This is going to sound very basic, but before you start working on a report, have a sample and study it.Don’t just look at it; really study it. Ask yourself these questions before you start.
How does the department write case numbers? Is there a hyphen in the case number or not? How do they write the information in the header? Is it all-caped or upper- and lowercase? How do they write their headings? Again, are they all-capped or upper- and lowercase? Are the headings bolded or not? Do they have a colon or not?
Are you fascinated with television shows involving law enforcement?
Are you looking for a “legitimate” stay-at-home job?
Would you like to work your own hours?
Then a career in police transcription work may be in your future.