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NCJ Number: 30792 Find in a Library
Title: SWEDISH POLICE ARE FIRST WITH A COMPLETE CENTRAL PROPERTY REGISTRY USING DATA PROCESSING - NEW IN DECEMBER
Journal: SVENSK POLIS  Issue:10  Dated:(OCTOBER 1975)  Pages:4-6
Author(s): S SILLEN
Corporate Author: Svensk Polis
Sweden
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 3
Sponsoring Agency: Svensk Polis
Stockholm 12, Sweden
Format: Article
Language: Swedish
Country: Sweden
Annotation: THE CENTRAL PROPERTY REGISTRY FOR ALL OF SWEDEN WAS EXPECTED TO GO INTO OPERATION IN STOCKHOLM IN DECEMBER 1975), INVOLVING ALL POLICE DISTRICTS IN ITS COVERAGE.
Abstract: A CITIZEN WISHING TO REGISTER AN ARTICLE CAN GO TO HIS DISTRICT POLICE HEADQUARTERS AND GET THE USE OF AN ENGRAVING PEN TO MARK THE ARTICLE SO THAT IT CAN BE IDENTIFIED IF IT IS LOST OR STOLEN. IF AN UNREGISTERED ARTICLE IS LOST OR STOLEN, THE OWNER MAY BE ABLE TO RECLAIM IT PROVIDED HE CAN IDENTIFY IT SATISFACTORILY. THE SWEDISH POLICE CLAIM THAT THEIR CENTRAL PROPERTY USING DATA PROCESSING IS THE FIRST SUCH SERVICE IN THE WORLD. --IN SWEDISH
Index Term(s): Computer aided operations; Police information systems; Property identification; Sweden
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