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A step forward in ‘smart policing’ initiative

news Police officers to get high-end tabs in a day or two. Primarily, the tabs will be integrated with the Abhayam and Dial 100, the quick response applications of the police force.

As many as 335 police officers, over and above the rank of sub-inspector to the Commissioner of Police, will soon be given high-end tabs as part of the smart policing concept. The tabs have already reached the Commissionerate and will be distributed in a day or two.

Apart from having the calling and internet facilities, the tabs will be loaded with a host of features intended to keep the officers updated on the crime and the law and order situation in the city.

Primarily, the tabs will be integrated with the Abhayam and Dial 100, the quick response applications of the police force. “The tabs will be GPS-enabled and once integrated with the Abhayam and Dial 100 programmes, the officers can be tracked and advised to rush to the crime scene in quick time,” says Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (ADCP- administration) Venkateswara Rao.

This apart, the tabs will serve as ready-reckoner as the gadgets will be loaded and updated with the latest FIRs, NBW status, criminal list and status of investigation of various cases.

The criminal list will include details of criminals along with their pictures and details of rowdy and history sheeters.

“Most of the criminals have a few peculiar traits and modus operandi . Depending on the modus operandi, the officer can show a few pictures to the victims for quick identification. This will speed up the investigation process,” says Mr. Venkateswara Rao.

Website

This apart, the official website of the city Police Commissionerate is nearing completion and will be open to the public in about a month’s time.

For the first time in the State, the website will have options such as online filing of complaints, filing of gun licence application and application for rallies and public functions.

“The idea is to give people more options. They need not come to police stations or to the Commissionerate to file complaints, submit grievances or apply for gun licence and permissions. Everything can be done online and they can even view the status of their application,” says Commissioner of Police Amit Garg.

The department is also negotiating with banks for online payment of challans.

With the department going hi-tech, the major challenge faced by it is trained manpower. The department is not only short by over 1,500 men, across ranks, but also most of them lack training in computer skills. Because of it, the ambitious project of CCTNS (Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System) is going slow despite 80 per cent of the data having already been uploaded.

About 1,000 personnel have undergone training, but with the system being dynamic, the officers need to upgrade themselves, which is not happening, say sources.

SOURCE: The Hindu

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