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Placentia Police Department replacing outdated software system that officials said takes time from patrolling

Placentia will spend up to $592,200 to replace outdated software for the Police Department, which officials said will significantly reduce workloads and keep more officers on the streets. The City Council recently approved a five-year contract for the Mark43 system. The new software  will overhaul the department’s process for managing records, dispatch, evidence logging and other suppo
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