County-wide system upgrade disrupts police reports

Contra Costa County is adopting a new $1.4 million Tiburon Law Records and Law Command CAD (Computer Aided Design), upgrading from a 12-year-old system. This new system meets the federal justice data systems security requirements.

Due to a system-wide upgrade, police reports have been only sporadically available in Danville, San Ramon, Lafayette and Alamo.

During the information technology transfer to the new system, which began on Sept. 9, police reports have been interrupted. It may be another week before the new system is stable and reports are regularly available.

The Express publishes incident reports for the Danville Police Department on Wednesdays.


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