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Publication MORGAN Data Management and Crime Analysis System - Executive Summary

Forrest Lee Morgan, SEARCH

January 1, 1982    NCJ 85153

MORGAN is a computerized system that records basic crime reporting data and translates it into useful and current information for all segments of the agency. It is a software program that creates recordkeeping systems allowing agencies to tailor the system to meet their unique needs. The system produces a full range of management and crime analysis reports and meets requirements for uniform crime reporting. MORGAN is only one of several computerized information systems available to law enforcement agencies. System flexibility allows a broad range of user decisions that tailor the system to local requirements. Privacy and security safeguards ensure the privacy of sensitive crime informative. Low cost is achieved in the system which was developed originally by the Federal Government. Finally, the MORGAN is capable of modification and growth. One figure and four photographs are provided.

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