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1The PNC is a police database containing criminal histories of all offenders in England Wales and Scotland It also contains information from other police forces such as the British Transport Police It holds extensive data on criminals vehicles and property which is accessible in a matter of seconds through more than 10000 terminals across the country It provides dates of cautions reprimands and warnings and dates of an offence The PNC holds several million records at the PNC centre located at Hendon Through a police national network police forces have complete access to PNC 24 hours a day all year round Evaluate 2Due to the introduction of the new Airwave digital radio infrastructure the PNC needs a significantly increased capacity to provide for growing demand and the higher levels of expected usage The PNC provides access to vital information including details of all registered vehicles and their owners eg Registration Number Make Colour Chassis Engine Number Distinguishing features It also provides facts of convicted criminals outlined under the following fields Name the one the criminal is known by Real name Height Approx weight Colour of eyes Colour of hair Glasses Tattoos Scars Warning signals eg do they usually carry firearms Previous convictions Method of crime httpwwwhmprisonservicegovukfilestore648708pdf It holds details of people sought by the people in connection with a crime or who have been reported missing or who are disqualified from driving It is able to give the police a persons description what aliases they use known associates any criminal record and last known address It can also warn that a person may be armed or violent Although it can be said that the PNC does as it claims it is not 100 reliable A report conducted in 2001 stated The report found that although 90 per
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