Field Evaluation of inCharge System

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Authors
  1. Sequi, B.
Corporate Authors
Aylmer Police Service, Aylmer ON (CAN);Canadian Police Research Centre, Ottawa Ont (CAN)
Abstract
In April 1995 the inCharge system was installed in the Aylmer police for a four month evaluation. Aylmer a small police organization of twelve, ten uniformed officers and two civilians, indicated that the system has been a great time saver. It now takes nearly half the time to process their charges allowing the police officers to get back on patrol much quicker than before. The local Crown Attorney is completely satisfied with inCharge. It has been recommended that the date entry be integrated with the provincial OMPPAC system and that the Crowns office be linked electronically to Aylmer thus cutting down on travel time.
Keywords
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Police;Police -- Equipment and supplies -- Evaluation
Report Number
TM-12-96;TM-12-1996E;HV7936.A8 — Technical Memorandum
Date of publication
01 Sep 1995
Number of Pages
7
DSTKIM No
CA031336
CANDIS No
530056
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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