CRIMINAL DATA SERVICE BUREAU - CDSB
The Criminal data Services Bureau [CDSB] is one of the specialized units at the CID Headquarters. It is made up of the Fingerprint Bureau, Singles Fingerprint and the Criminal Records Office.
Functions of the CDSB
The CDSB undertakes the following functions:
Automation of the Processes at the CDSB
Fingerprints and criminal records stored at the CDSB date back to the nineteen twenties (1920’s) as part of the initiative to automate the processes and procedures at the CID Headquarters, the automated criminal records database was implemented in May 2001. An automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS) was also implemented in September 2011.
Currently over 3,700 fingerprints and related records have been captured in the AFIS system. In addition, records of convicts dating back to 1986 have been captured in the Criminal Records Database System. The unit is actively engaged in capturing all the manual records and fingerprints of convicts into the systems. When this exercise is completed, all searches would be fully automated and search results could be returned within minutes.
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IGP INDUCTED INTO OFFICE
The IGP, Mr David Asante-Apeatu has been officially inducted into office at a colourful service at the Ghana Police Church on 23rd April.
GERMAN EMBASSY DONATES
The German Embassy in Accra and the Goethe Institute has donated musical instruments worth €8000 to the Ghana Police Central Band.
NATIONAL POLICE COMMAND CONFERENCE - TRANSFORMING THE GHANA POLICE SERVICE INTO A WORLD CLASS POLICE - THE ROLE OF REGIONAL COMMANDERS
IGP AT AGBOBLOSHIE, ACCRA
The IGP has visited one of the victims of the recent clashes at Agbogbloshie in Accra who was still on admission at the Korle Bu.
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