Chief constable Stephen Watson has not ruled out scrapping computer system after officers claim it is still failing victims
The new chief constable of Greater Manchester police has not ruled out scrapping the beleaguered force’s £27m crime recording system as it faced fresh accusations of failing victims.
The second largest police force in England and Wales launched the computer system only two years ago but it remains beset by problems, according to serving officers.
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