784 offices to be covered under CCTNS

As many as 784 offices, including 581 police stations, across Odisha would be covered under crime and criminal tracking network and system (CCTNS) by September end this year.

Govt launches CCTNS pilot project

An ambitious project to create a comprehensive and integrated system for effective policing and sharing data of crimes and criminals among 14,000 police stations across country was formally launched.

Low spending curtails Chidu’s favorite project

India’s desire to link all police stations is yet to find favour with state govts.

Low spending curtails Chidu’s favorite project

India’s desire to link all police stations is yet to find favour with state govts.

Criminal tracking system by Sept next yr

The System will facilitate collection, storage, retrieval, analysis, transfer and sharing of data and information between police stations, state headquarters and central police organisations.

J&K police to launch CCTNS to improve crime investigation

Jammu and Kashmir police is planning
to launch Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS)
to improve crime investigation in the state.