Criminals don’t respect jurisdictional borders, and police officers serving five counties around the Portland, Ore., area must therefore share crime information across borders, too. Updating a 30-year-old system, the new Regional Justice Information Network (RegJIN) will provide police data to track activities across multiple jurisdictions to help fight crime. The new network is replacing a legacy system that was developed in-house three decades ago. Thirty years later, the people ...

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