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Officers were 'more mobile' with paper based systems in the 80s

Introduction of disconnected computer systems mean that officers spend hours each day servicing them.

Officers were 'more mobile' with paper based systems in the 80s

Date - 4th March 2021
By - Gary Mason
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Officers were “probably as mobile as they were ever going to be” in the 1980s before the adoption of digital systems when they used mostly paper, a former officer has said. Ian Williams was a chief inspector in West Yorkshire Police...
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