If you want to know about crime in your city, anyone can walk into their local police department and look at the crime reports from the night before, but new record management system in one city is preventing that from happening.
There are a few kinks in the city of Greenville's record management system that was implemented six weeks ago.
The purpose is to provide paperless reports with an all electronic system.
Officers can type in reports instead of coming back to the office.
Then those reports would be available online to the public.
The problem is those daily reports were no longer readily available and taking days before being released.
For the time being, the police department is going back to the old system of printing paper reports, until the system is accessible online, which we're told, could take up to six weeks.
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