DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER BASED POLICE INVESTIGATION SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF FIIB HEADQUARTERS OGBOR-HILL ABA). A RESEARCH PROJECT MATERIAL ON COMPUTER SCIENCE
The world over, it is indisputable that the introduction of computer technology in different facets of life, has virtually transformed and entranced information processing, which is very vital in any organization or parastatals of government. Not only as a means of information processing, the technology has also proved to be the fastest means of information retrieval, which forms the nucleus of this study.
This work tries to x- ray the rate role of the computer in crime investigation as it affects the Nigerian police. Force it looks at ways of improving the information management of the force. This research work will cover the following areas: record information retrieval relating to MIS (Management information system), retirement Cretan for officers and crime mapping through a data bank of crime related information.
A detailed design of a computerized approach that will bring the much needed innovation is given. Also included in this work is a praper documentation for the new system design.
Information Technology (IT) has set a new world order turning the world into a global village, where information plays an indispensable role.
The Federal Investigation and Intelligence (FIIB), is a special outfit of the Nigeria police force, as a role similar to that of the FBI (Federal Bureau of intelligence) of the united states (US) information they say is an indispensable force, and if we should go by this maxim, it buttresses the need at which classified information is to this outfit.
Over the years, this outfit had made tremendous impact in combating crime, but in recent times, there has been an avalanche of crime wave in the country leading to insecurity of life and properties close investigation concerning crime activities reveals that this special outfit of the police force is bedeviled with obsolete equipment.