One of the city’s oldest police stations, Panbazar police station, will be one among three in the country interacted with Prime Minister Narendra Modi via video conference today.
The other two police stations are Tundla in Uttar Pradesh and Cubbon Park in Bangalore.
Panbazar police station has adopted the Digital India initiative under the government’s Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS) project.
CCTNS aims at creating an integrated system for increasing the efficiency at the police station level through e-governance, and use of IT enabled network to investigate crime and track down criminals.
An official source said the Prime Minister interacted with the officials of the police stations about computerisation of their respective police stations under the crime and criminal tracking network system.
The network system is an ambitious project of the Centre to connect all police stations in the country through the Internet. It is designed to facilitate collection, storage, retrieval, analysis, transfer and sharing of data and information among police stations in states and central police organisations.
The source said Panbazar police station was picked because it has been computerised under the system.
The video-conferencing will start around 3.30pm, the source added.
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