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Police complaints body gets help on audit

The Police Complaints Authority has selected Britannia Software to help audit its asset register.

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The body that was set up by the government to oversee the public’s complaints against police officers in England and Wales will use Britannia’s Government Fixed Asset Solution to compile, track an audit all information in the asset register.

The move comes after the PCA made a change in its policy towards asset management in 2002.

It began a project to barcode all assets and compile an accurate computerised register. The systems are expected to remain in place when the Independent Police Complaints Commission replaces the PCA in April 2004.

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