e-centre to keep track of criminals


Detailing the project on Tuesday after a meeting of top police officials with Home Minister V S Acharya, Deputy Inspector General of Police Sanjay Sahay Singh said the centrally-funded CCTNS would be IT-enabled storage of  records pertaining to all criminal cases and helps tracking cases and criminals.

“Efforts are on to bring 14,000 police stations of the country under one roof with 6,000 police officers monitoring it,” he said.
The State government has joined hands with the Centre in the Rs 200-crore ambitious project, Singh added.

Satellite phones
DG & IGP Dr Ajai Kumar Singh clarified that 10 satellite phones found recently at MM Hills did not belong to naxals.
The investigation revealed that the phones were used by some researchers working on the hills. However, the police registered a case.
DH News Service

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