Common Core Record
Why a Common Core Record?
To provide a better service, 21st century police services are reliant on better use of information to enable a more responsive and tailored service. Common Core Records ensure consistent and up-to-date information on People, Objects, Locations and Events (POLE methodology), and enable a tailored response.
Memex and the Common Core Record
- Informed, tailored approach – meets the MoPI ‘Golden Nominal’ requirements
- Recognises that every member of the public is a customer and every contact between the police and the public may be significant
- Helps the Police tailor their response to meet the individual needs when dealing with events
- When a new person appears within a crime or intelligence report, Memex automates the requirement to either create a new Core Record or link the information to an existing Core Record
- Avoids both duplication and re-keying of information
- Enhances data quality
- Reduces time in both inputting and searching of data
- Helps Police build confidence and satisfaction within the communities they serve
- Provides legislative compliance to requirements such as the Victims’ Charter
- Safety of the public, officers and police staff is greatly enhanced through the quick and easy identification of relevant public safety information, which is passed to users in real time via a variety of alerts such as email, SMS and workflow