Justice needs joined-up IT

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One of the most shocking case of recent times has highlighted serious inefficiencies in the criminal justice system. Tom Young looks at how IT can help to put things right

Intelligence gathering should improve when the Police National Database goes live in 2010 The trial of Dano Sonnex and Nigel Farmer, convicted last week for the brutal murder of two French studen...

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