Computer based Crime and Criminal Traking system in Kerala
With the new system it would be possible to identify the persons who had done any crimes in any parts of the country.
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala government has put in a Crime and Criminal Tracking System in co-operation with National Crime Research Bureau, State Home Minister
Kodiyeri Balakrishnan told Assembly on Wednesday.
With the new system it would be possible to identify the
persons who had done any crimes in any parts of the country,
Balakrishna said while replying to a submission regarding the
problems thrown up by labourers from other states.
The Crime Branch in the state had been asked to monitor the
labourers from other states to verify whether any terrorists
or anti-social elements had entered into the state, he said.
A register with photos of all the labourers from other
states had also been kept in the respective local police
stations, he pointed out.
K Sivadasan Nair (cong) said that the largenumber of workers
especially on construction sector from North-Eastern states
was creating law and order situation in the state. There was
no records about these people, he said and wanted a mechanism
to monitor their movements.