The Department of Internal Affairs has given up on running a single investigation and intelligence system after years of trying to set one up, RNZ reports. In 2013, the Department set out to create a system that let investigators in five different units share intelligence. The intelligence system, which has been eight years in the making, has spent about $2 million on the intelligence side of things.
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