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Obsolete PCs Dutch police obstructing police work’
The Dutch police faces major problems in the ICT field by malfunctioning computers. This would entail a major cost to themselves and also create obstacles in carrying out police work.
Police Union NPB and the top of the Dutch police to fix the problems in the Saturday edition of De Telegraaf. The problems related to software malfunctioning, leading to crashes computers, and high costs for retraining by switching to a universal computer system for the entire Dutch police. Due to the poor performance of the software camps policemen among other difficulties in the exchange of information in combating crime.
Meanwhile, the universal computer system that causes the problems no longer under development but have the problems of the police union NPB led to a financial deficit of 128 million euros. Therefore there is no money to improve systems and so there are still no available alternatives. However, the Ministry of Security and Justice says it is not yet clear how large the deficit on the police budget.
There are frequent reports come out that there are problems with the ICT provision to the police. President of the police union NPB Han Busker wants an investigation comes to how ICT projects are managed within the police.Viewing:-195
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