Officials with New York City’s primary criminal justice agencies are confident that year 2000 computer problems will not lead to the chaos of prisoners roaming free when the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve.

But as district attorneys say they are on track for a seamless transition into the new millennium, there is real disagreement over computer readiness at the departments of Probation and Correction.

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