Haryana Police: Now Haryana Police Will Also Be Digitally Updated, Rs 6 Crore Will Be Spent on Upgrading Old Computers

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Haryana Police: Now Haryana Police Will Also Be Digitally Updated, Rs 6 Crore Will Be Spent on Upgrading Old Computers

Chandigarh :- As the times are changing. By the way, in this era of modernity, the Haryana Police also needs to leave its old technology and adopt new and modern technology. It is very important to change technology with time. On Tuesday, the 53rd High Level State Empowered Committee meeting was held at the Police Headquarters in Panchkula. The meeting was presided over by Director General of Police Shatrujit Kapoor.

Director General of Police Shatrujit Kapoor presided over the police meeting

While presiding over the police meeting, Director General of Police, Haryana, Shatrujeet Kapoor said that keeping in view the changing technical needs of the Haryana Police, unprecedented changes are taking place in the judicial system. In this meeting, issues like establishment and development of Interoperable Criminal Justice System, Identification System, Measurement Collection Units, National Automated Fingerprint, CCTNS were discussed.

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More than 2 lakh citizen service applications completed

Giving information, the Director General of Police said that 2,64,422 civil service applications have been completed on the E Saral portal in Haryana. So far, a total of 117 complaints have been received on the portal, out of which 113 have been resolved. Apart from this, the old computer system in all police stations will be upgraded by November by spending more than 6 crores. At the same time, talks are being held with nodal officers of ICJ-S in areas like prisons, courts and forensics.

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Haryana Police secured first position for the third time in a row

Giving information, Director of State Crime Records Bureau, ADGP OP Singh said that with the changing times, the CCTNS database will be transferred to the Meghdoot platform by September to increase the technical efficiency of the police and to increase the security of data. Apart from this, he told that for the third time in a row, Haryana Police has overtaken all the states and secured the first position with 99.96 percent marks in the month of July.

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Publish Date: September 6, 2023

Posted By Rahul Bhardwaj

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