r worse, lost criminal history on a percentage of incarcerated individuals.
There must be physical files and database files on each felon that follow them from county to State correctional facilities. My recollection of California's criminal record keeping system had both and both were accurate to the last counseling or disciplinary action.
Will be interested to hear what the Texas Department of Corrections has to say in response to the audit. My guess is they went with the lowest bid on the IT system installed to accommodate historical and current files on each prisoner.
My experience in California …