Jaipur: A virtual police station module was on Thursday launched by Rajasthan police under which one can get information related to police stations like SHOs, duty and investigation officers and others.
The project module will initially be used for trainees and it will be released for civilians at a later stage.
The project jointly prepared by the Rajasthan Police and Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (New Delhi), was launched by DGP Omendra Bharadwaj at a function in Rajasthan Police Academy here.
He said that information related with the rights of a complainant, witness and criminals/ accused will also be available on the virtual police station module.
The module has been develop as a training school and its main objective is to protect human rights.
Under it, the police candidates will be trained about at how the various activities in a police station are conducted, the DGP said, adding, that the programme will also groom policeman in the service.
RPA Director B L Soni claimed that Rajasthan is the first state to develop such a module.
He informed that virtual class room and e-learning was being developed by the Rajasthan Police so that candidates can be trained in a technology friendly environment and their skills can be developed.