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Police Information Retrieval Systems and the Role of Electronic Data Processing

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Abstract

The general criminal investigation notification system of the entire police force in the Federal Republic of Germany is built around the concept of a habitual offender who commits offenses of an identical or related type, always in a similar manner. An example of this would be a burglar who always breaks into apartments by prying open the balcony door, having previously rung at the front door to make sure that no one was at home. This kind of information system was introduced for the first time in England in 1907.1

Keywords

Central Office Information Retrieval System Criminal Investigation Data Processing System Notification System 
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