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LETHBRIDGE - The decision by the Alberta government to scrap a $55-million province-wide police database won't have a huge impact on the Regional Police Service.

Inspector Jeff Cove says they decided to use a lot of the same software even before this project was created. He feels it wasn't going to make a significant change in their day to day operations, except for the fact that they were going to have access to other police agencies information.

Cove feels another piece they will miss is the business intelligence tools. He says "it keeps track of how our calls are dispatched, where our crimes are happening, how we deploy our resources and it allows us to make better business decisions."

Cove says that was something they were looking at before this this project came up and because it was included they backed off, but Cove says they will now be asking for it since most of the software is already paid for.


Posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 4/18/2014 1:33:20 PM
Source: Tristan Tuckett - Country 95 News
 
 
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