Sure you could, in much the same way that your department could be using battle axes or bows and arrows instead of guns to defend themselves. Either scenario places your officers at greater risk by using old technology, and will end up costing your department more in the long run.  Paper records are expensive to print and store, time consuming to sift through, nearly impossible to track, easy to misplace, and more susceptible to claims of tampering.  If it takes you more than a few clicks to respond to a FOIA request or subpoena for training records, then your resources aren’t being used efficiently.