SA Police to get records in order

New record management system will help the organsiation address serious and organised crime

South Australian Police has announced it will run a new three-year records management project initially aimed at helping support the enforcement of the Serious & Organised Crime (Control) Act 2008.

The project also includes a potential second stage which would deliver an integrated police records management system to replace a number of SA Police’s legacy core operational computer systems.

According to SA Police documents, the initial stage project will also help the organisation to better manage criminal intelligence and investigations, custody management, incident/event/police report/offence management, property management, prosecution management and investigative case management.

The system, to be hosted in Adelaide, will be capable of managing 1000 concurrent logged in users.

SA Police has approximately 4500 sworn officers and 900 civilian personnel spread over multiple police stations and departments across the state.

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