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News - February 8, 2019

Police blame court's database for lost records, putting officers at risk

by Mark Noack

A coalition of Santa Clara County police agencies is publicly blasting a new criminal records database, alleging a string of software glitches is putting officers' safety at risk and eroding confidence in the local justice system.

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