Hawaii integrates prison records

Hawaii integrates prison records

Hawaii last month completed installation of software to help it manage administrative records for prisons statewide.

The state installed Offendertrak 6.0 from the Motorola Inc. subsidiary Printrak. The software tracks data about prisoners, their property, their classification within the prison system and the authorities' accounting for assets held in trust for prisoners, as well as records of charges and release dates.

The application serves eight correctional facilities housing 5,500 prisoners. Some 300 users simultaneously can access the data from a single network.

'The Offendertrak system allows our agency to seamlessly manage our facilities more effectively,' said Grace Ward, the state's project manager for the Offendertrak system, in a statement.

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