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County approves purchase of records management system
04/26/2019

Richardson County Courthouse

(KLZA)--Richardson County Commissioners Tuesday approved the purchase of a records management system to be utilized by the County Law Enforcement Center while allowing access to the County Attorney's Office and the Nebraska State Probation Office.

Sheriff Don Pounds presented a purchase order for the system that did not include Administrative, Property and Civil programs that would have been $5,500 less.

Second District Commissioner John Caverzagie had reviewed the program details with a representative from Justice Data Solutions and recommended the County purchase and utilize the entire program.

The system will cost $18,750, plus maintenance fees of $2-thousand for the Sheriff's Office. As part of the motion, the system is to operate off the server at the Falls City Police Department.

The motion to purchase the complete system passed unanimously.

 

 

 

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