New database makes it easier to track down criminals


By Tom McGhee
Denver Post

DENVER — A new electronic database will make it easier to track down criminals statewide, authorities said Tuesday.

The CopLink network allows street cops and investigators to analyze information gathered in other jurisdictions, speeding up the time needed to crack a case, said Colorado Attorney General John Suthers.

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