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English Release 25-April 2014
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Ministry of Home Affairs02-August, 2011 17:19 IST
15000 Police Stations & 7000 Higher Offices to be Covered Under CCTNS

 

The Crime and Criminal Tracking Network Systems (CCTNS)  Project  has been launched recently under it nearly 15015 Police Stations and 7000 Higher offices including Circles, Disricts, Sub-divisions , State Headquarters, etc. throughout the country have been proposed to be automated.  The objectives of the CCTNS Project are as under:-.

 

The CCTNS Scheme is proposed to be implemented in a Mission Mode, and has the following objectives:-

(i)           Make the Police functioning citizen friendly, transparent, accountable, effective and efficient by automating the processes and functions at the level of the Police Stations and other police offices at various levels.

(ii)         Improving delivery of citizen-centric services through effective usage of Information & Communication Technology (ICT).

(iii) Provide the Investigating Officers with the tools, technologies and information to facilitate faster and more accurate investigation of crime and detection of criminals.

(iv) Improve the Police functioning in various other areas such as Law & Order, Traffic Management, curbing organized crimes, resource management etc.

(v)         Facilitate collection, storage, retrieval, analysis, transfer and sharing of data and Information among Police Stations, Districts, State headquarters and other organizations/agencies, including those at Government of India level.

(vi) Enabling and assisting the senior Police Officers in better management of Police Force.

(vii)           Keep track of the progress of the crime and criminal investigation and prosecution cases, including progress of cases in the Courts.

(viii)         Reduction in manual and redundant Record keeping.

The Government proposes to connect the police stations  through  a  comprehensive  network  using  various  modes like State Area Wide Network, Virtual Private Network over Broadband (VPNoBB), Multi Protocol Label Switching Virtual private Network (MPLS VPN), Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMax)/Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT)  as per feasibility

 

Under CCTNS Project, 2.5 lakh police personnel of States/UTs have been trained so far in basic I.T. awareness.  The process is still continuing.  The training on CCTNS software will commence after its roll out in States/UTs in the last week of December 2011. Under the project, Capacity building (Infrastructure) is also being created by way of setting up/ strengthening of Police Training Colleges, Regional Training Colleges, District Training Colleges for imparting training to police personnel.

 

The State-wise number of police stations and higher offices under CCTNS along with the total funds allocated and utilised is as under. 

State wise number of police stations & higher offices & Funds allocated and Fund utilised

 

S.No.

State / UT

Total Police Stations

Higher Offices

Funds allocated

(in lakh)

Total funds spent

(in lakh)

1.       

A&N Islands

21

17

726.75

14.47

2.       

Andhra Pradesh

1687

697

10983.76

524.10

3.       

Arunachal pradesh

75

65

1297.70

52.24

4.       

Assam

312

187

3165.02

146.77

5.       

Bihar

892

377

5966.46

498.30

6.       

Chandigarh

11

6

749.79

30.82

7.       

Chhattisgarh

399

257

3942.00

149.57

8.       

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

2

6

714.77

 

15.42

 

9.       

Daman & Diu

3

7

10.   

Delhi

313

239

3099.14

3.54

11.   

Goa

27

15

704.34

27.10

12.   

Gujarat

620

308

5512.39

237.35

13.   

Haryana

270

158

3139.64

82.54

14.   

Himachal Pradesh

114

60

1325.34

228.524

15.   

J & K

189

140

2802.97

97.86

16.   

Jharkhand

478

202

4280.12

0.00

17.   

Karnataka

906

443

6003.69

0.00

18.   

Kerala

482

316

4299.78

331.26

19.   

Lakshadweep

13

2

531.43

47.55

20.   

Madhya Pradesh

948

382

7030.54

350.80

21.   

Maharashtra

1033

492

8565.16

569.76

22.   

Manipur

101

116

1069.39

121.13

23.   

Meghalaya

39

46

889.74

33.12

24.   

Mizoram

40

40

893.76

141.42

25.   

Nagaland

51

48

1330.64

112.72

26.   

Odisha

579

204

4976.15

0.00

27.   

Puducherry

48

36

993.63

12.10

28.   

Punjab

351

156

3459.82

221.96

29.   

Rajasthan

759

282

5736.56

432.95

30.   

Sikkim

28

20

841.55

25.48

31.   

Tamil Nadu

1996

356

10333.88

510.62

32.   

Tripura

67

69

1249.22

35.40

33.   

Uttar Pradesh

1550

634

11378.10

227.88

34.   

Uttarakhand

125

74

1690.59

54.10

35.   

West Bengal

486

237

5138.64

43.00

 

Total

15015

6694

124822.48

5379.84

 

          This was stated by Shri Jitendra Singh, Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs in written reply to a question  in the Lok Sabha today.

 

OK/GK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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