NY building data base on domestic incidents

NY building data base on domestic incidents
The state Division of Criminal Justice Services should have it operating by April, acting Commissioner Sean Byrne said. New York City already has a similar data base.
Read more on CNYCentral.com

NY building data base on domestic incidents
ALBANY,(AP) — New York has begun building a new electronic data base for quick use by police, their dispatchers and later by prosecutors and researchers listing domestic incident reports in 57 counties.
Read more on The Daily Mail

Remembering Rutherford: Strict state women’s college entertained local community
The sweater ban and window prohibitions were eventually eased, but car rides and movies still involved chaperones, and any contact with the State Teachers College required “special permission.”
Read more on Daily News Journal