Director General of Police D. M. Awasthi Tuesday reviewed the Crime and Criminal Tracking Networks and Systems (CCTNS) of the state at Police Headquarters in Raipur’s Atal Nagar.
On the occasion, Mana Police station’s constable Surendra Nishad and Basna PS’s constable Harishankar Sahu were felicitated with meritorious certificate for better implementation and use of the mechanism.
The DGP laid emphasis on utility and sharing of data at different level to bring transparency in the working of police force. He directed the senior officials to take interest in it and use it more and more for crime control.
Special Director General and Nodal Officer CCTNS R. K. Vij gave details of various modules and mobile application.
He said information related to registration of FIR to chargesheet should be provided to citizens.
AIG Prashant Agrawal threw light on utility of the system in tracking missing persons, absconding accused, missing-seizure goods, abandoned vehicles, identifying unidentified bodies and other incidents where police intervention is required.