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Tim McGrail

Director of Criminal Records and Identification Division

Missouri-State-Highway-Patrol

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ABC 17 KMIZ TV - News

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Tim McGrail with the Missouri State Highway Patrol says when officers make contact with a person they'll be able to check and see if the individual is a sex offender.


KRCG - Crime Tracker

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Tim McGrail, with the Highway Patrol.


The Sedalia Democrat Online

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However, the state's database is a different software program, and the two programs aren't compatible, said Capt. Tim McGrail, director of criminal records and identification division of the Highway Patrol. The jail sends the Highway Patrol a paper copy of fingerprints, which the Highway Patrol scans into its electronic database.Because of backlog, a paper copy of fingerprints can take a month or more to be compared to suspects or known criminals, Capt. McGrail said.An electronic version takes 24 hours, he said.


KMOV.com | St. Louis | Top Stories

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"Again, part of it was just the way the legislators made the law," says Captain Tim McGrail of the Missouri Highway Patrol. "You feel the Missouri Highway Patrol should be releasing that information?"


KSDK NewsChannel 5 - News Article

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Captain Tim McGrail with Missouri Highway Patrol's Criminal Records Division, says improvements have been in the works over the past six to eight years.He says in about two months the state's central database for criminal records will be able to receive records and updates electronically.McGrail calls that a significant improvement.Sixty counties will go on -line and link directly with that central database. The other 54 counties in the state are on hold because of state budget cuts.That mean those counties will have to continue to enter information by hand. Among the reports key findings:


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