Colorado DOC Requests Funds for New Inmate Tracking System

DENVER — Nearly $20 million is needed the complete a long overdue replacement of Colorado’s prison tracking system, according to Colorado correctional officials. The state’s current system, which has been in use for more than two decades, lacks the capability to maintain electronic inmate medical records.

According to Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Corrections Rick Raemisch, the proposed upgrade would substantially improve the department’s ability to track inmates and maintain up-to-date records.

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