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30 01, 2019

What is a Recordable offence?

By |January 30th, 2019|Tags: , , , |

A recordable offence is a criminal offence for which the police are required to keep a record on their systems. Broadly this means crimes for which an individual could be sentenced to a term of imprisonment. Most common types of offence are recordable, namely common assault, assault by beating, theft, possession of drugs, and public

28 01, 2019

What is the Police National Database (PND)?

By |January 28th, 2019|Tags: , , , , |

The Police National Database (PND) is a separate system from the Police National Computer (PNC). The stated aim of the PND is as follows: The Police National Database (PND) is a national information management system that improves the ability of the Police Service to manage and share intelligence and other operational information, to prevent and

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