(Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

(Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

Juneau Police Department announces technology and reporting updates

Emergency services and direct reporting will not be interrupted.

  • Wednesday, October 5, 2022 12:51pm
  • News

The Juneau Police Department is working through several technology updates and transitioning to new computer systems, the department announced on Tuesday. Some of the non-essential reporting functions will be offline until they can be worked into the new systems, according to JPD. Emergency services and direct reporting to JPD won’t be interrupted.

During this time, the following will be temporarily unavailable:

■ Daily Bulletins

■ Online reporting

■ Weekly warrant report

■ Automated reports to agency partners

JPD expects to have all functions back up and running by Thursday, Sept. 22. Once functions are made available again, JPD anticipates people will notice some changes to the look and feel of these functions.

• Contact reporter Jonson Kuhn at jonson.kuhn@juneauempire.com.

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