‘CCTNS will help police to get information about criminals, crimes at a mere click’
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 16 Mar 2017 10:49:48|
The information availed under this ambitious project would help in the compilation of various reports based on crime trends as well as in the drafting of analytical reports of different crimes at police stations level
In a bid to ensure successful implementation of Crime Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS) by ensuring total connection of police stations across the state for online registration of First Information Report (FIR), Additional Director General of Police (Planning & Provisioning/Technical Services) Rajinder Kumar Vij on Wednesday chaired a review meeting of all the Nodal Officers (NOs) enrolled with the comprehensive project. The meeting was held at First Block Meeting Hall of Police Head Quarters (PHQ) in Naya Raipur.
ADG Vij during the meeting directed the NOs (Additional Superintendents of Police) to hold a comprehensive training programme at the district-level to make police personnel technically competent needed for successful implementation of the project and face future challenges arising out of it. “CCTNS is a comprehensive and multi-dimensional project of Government of India, whose successful execution would help the police stations across the state to get information about the criminals and crimes at a mere click,” he explained.
According to the ADG Vij, who has been appointed as Nodal Officer for CCTNS in Chhattisgarh, the information availed under this ambitious project would help in the compilation of various reports based on crime trends as well as in the drafting of analytical reports of different crimes at police stations level. The ADG also complimented the initiatives of various districts with regards to the uploading of FIR within 24/72 hours in compliance to the directives of Supreme Court.
The review meeting was also well attended by IG (Planning & Provisioning/Telecom Services) Gurjinder Pal Singh, AIG (Technical Services/Telecom Services) Manisha Thakur Rawte, CCTNS In-Charge Chowdhary S N Singh, Project Manager of Telecommunication Consultant India Limited (TCIL) Manish Agrawal, two System Integration (SI) Project Managers from Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Anand Karambe and Ashish Kashyap.