misrecord

misrecord

(ˌmɪsrɪˈkɔːd)
vb (tr)
to record or register incorrectly
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Assistant chief constable Ian Shannon said: "North Wales Police did not, and does not under or misrecord serious violent crime as has been erroneously stated in recent reports.
Due to their involvement in murder (see Note 9), the police may misrecord murders or not record them at all.
Accordingly, in both theory and practice, even if one custodian misrecords an over-the-counter stock exchange, the fidelity of the record is maintained, with the majority of sibling databases "voting" to resolve the conflict.