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NCJ Number: 40447 Find in a Library
Title: USE OF THE COMPUTER BY THE BRUSSELS POLICE - BELGIUM
Journal: OFFICIER DE POLICE  Issue:8  Dated:(AUGUST 1976)  Pages:13-21
Author(s): D CLAEYSSENS
Corporate Author: Commissaires de Police Adjoints
Federation Nationale des
Commissaires de Police et
Belgium
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 9
Format: Article
Language: French
Country: Belgium
Annotation: DESCRIPTION OF THE POLICE INFORMATION SYSTEM LOCATED IN GHENT, WHICH COMBINES AUTOMATED MODUS OPERANDI, COMPUTERIZED CRIMINAL HISTORY, AND AUTOMATED FINGERPRINT PROCESSING INFORMATION SYSTEMS.
Abstract: IT IS ALSO UTILIZED IN THE LOCATION OF STOLEN AUTOMOBILES AND PERSONS WANTED BY THE POLICE. UTILIZED BY THE BELGIAN CRIMINAL POLICE(POLICE JUDICIARE), THIS CENTRALIZED, REAL TIME, SELECTIVE COMPUTERIZED SYSTEM WILL BE OPERATIONAL 24 HOURS A DAY SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE. ACCESS CONTROL IS ASSURED, IN PART, THROUGH THE USE OF SPECIAL KEYS WHICH ARE CHANGED PERIODICALLY AND AN AUTOMATIC LOCKING FEATURE WHICH RESPONDS TO UNAUTHORIZED ATTEMPTS TO USE THE SYSTEM. --IN FRENCH....ELW
Index Term(s): Belgium; Computer aided operations; Police information systems
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