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Wider PND access could 'threaten confidential intelligence'

But chief is exploring option of a restricted version of the database, allowing officers to access basic information.

Wider PND access could 'threaten confidential intelligence'

Date - 12th December 2013
By - Jasmin McDermott - Police Oracle
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Greater access to the Police National Database (PND) for officers and staff could lead to reluctance by chiefs to share their most sensitive information, it has been claimed. Durham Chief Constable Mike Barton, the national lead on intelligence,...
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