Monday, March 28, 2011

Walker trying to cut Wisconsin Justice Information System

Of course he is.

Wisconsin Justice Information System could lose state budget funds | Appleton Post Crescent | postcrescent.com


The lack of money could cripple the Wisconsin Justice Information System. Contributions to the network have lagged, but the move could force dozens of police departments to revert to a pen-and-paper system and close down inter-agency connections the system's proponents say are crucial for resource-strapped investigators trying to connect the dots in a post-Sept. 11 world.

1 comment:

Teacher in Cheeseland said...

Government’s first duty is to provide for the safety of its citizens. This means protecting the rights of crime victims and providing the brave men and women in Wisconsin law enforcement the resources they need to keep our schools and neighborhoods safe.

Um, this is copied right from the Scott Walker website (scottwalker.org). Seriously.

Keep up the fine work, Governor.