Computerised Criminal Records

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The Criminal Records Office has been computerised making it more efficient in locating and recording information on convicted persons.

The office announced the computerisation of its criminal records management system today.

Project Executive for the British-based Criminal Records Office, David McKinny says the new document management system called Cyclopse will improve the way in which the office manages data.

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The project, funded by the British Government at a cost of over 500-thousand pounds was implemented in March.

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Detective Sergeant, Lester Ferguson says Cyclopse will eliminate the need for large cabinets to store criminal records.

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In 2018, Tauna won the UNICEF Media Award for Excellence in Reporting on Children’s Rights. She graduated from CARIMAC in 2015 and joined NNN in 2016. Since then, she’s covered several high-profile court cases including the X6 murder trial, the police death squad trial and is currently covering the Uchence Wilson Gang trial. Thomas is the Producer of Talking History heard on Nationwide Radio every Saturday.