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A Chief Constable wants to keep details about local soccer hooligans and their actions, this database will enable the user to go through the criminals and there incidents - database report.

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The user needs A Chief Constable wants to keep details about local soccer hooligans and their actions, this database will enable the user to go through the criminals and there incidents, the user should be able to search for records of a particular hooligan or search for hooligans who have previously been involved in a particular type of crime. The data needed Criminal personal details: ID, name, age, date of birth, address, post code, telephone number and crime code Records of incidents: ID, incident, date of incident, crime code The data that I have got it not real it is made up information that I will be using for my database. ...read more.

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How I put my plan for tables and relationships onto access Here are screenshots of what I did to set up my tables, similar to a step by step. I set up the primary key by choosing the field "ID" because it I unique key, I right clicked and selected "primary key". Setting up a relationship These are some screenshots of what I did to set up my relationships I went of "tools" then "relationships" A new window called the Show Table appeared on the screen then I Selected each table name in turn, clicking on Add after each one. I did this with both tables then I clicked on close Then I Clicked and held on the field name "ID" in ...read more.

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How I entered data into my tables Here are some screenshots of the forms I have designed and used, I have designed 2 forms, criminal details and records of incidents form To go with my database I also made a form which shows the information that was needed, this form shows the criminals personal details This form shows the records of incidents Here are some screenshots of my query Printout of my reports Safety To make sure I don't loose my work I have kept back-up copies of my work on floppy disk, if my floppy was to get lost I would still have a back up on my home hard drive, so this is how I kept my work safe. Also in my work there was no errors that occurred. ...read more.

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