Wynyard Investigator – CMIS – databases upgraded

PPDVP worked with staff from the Wynyard Group to add functionality to the database used for domestic violence case reporting, and to install new systems on 11 computers this week.

Hieran from Wynyard in Christchurch is shown surrounded by the 11 computers at the PPDVP office.



The Investigator database, which PPDVP know as CMIS, was upgraded to a later version. (4.3.1).  The PPDVP data entry screens were updated to manage Police Protection Orders and Breaches of Orders.  These provisions commence in Tonga on 1 July, and are already in legislation in Tuvalu and Samoa.  Other countries have similar legislation planned. The enhancements will allow police to manage the orders as they are made by Police and the Courts and to report on how effective they are. A workshop for Micronesian staff will be held in Guam in the first week of July and a workshop for other countries in Nadi in late July.



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