New Features and Fixes for Customers

New Features:

  1. We have added the ability to include or exclude investigative areas per each position. When you edit a position, you will find a list of investigative areas to be set On or Off. When set to Off, any PHS related to this position will not present buttons to the selected investigative area, nor will it validate that area, nor will it print that area on the PHS. It is important to understand that the settings in the PHS are inherited from the position, but only when the PHS is created or when the associated position is changed. If you are ready to implement this feature, first set the position investigative areas as you like then open any associated PHSs (Cases) and at the bottom of the Investigative Areas drop list is a function labeled Choose Investigative Areas. You can either select the investigative areas individually, or you can select an alternate Position, then reselect the original position. This will force the PHS to inherit the investigative areas from the position. This feature was added in response to customers who do not need or want to perform in-depth investigations on administrative or other non-sworn staff.

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