CCTNS Current Affairs, GK & News
The UPA Government had initiated the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS) project in 2009 as part of its police modernisation programme under the national e-governance project. It was conceived to bring all 16,000 police stations in India under a single network to counter terror challenges. Objectives of CCTNS The core objective of CCTNS is ....Read More
Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, MK Stalin, launched face recognition software on October 4, 2021 for assisting police officials in their investigation. Key Points “Face recognition software” will help the police personnel in comparing the photos of suspects with “data resource” that have been uploaded in Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems ..
The Ministry of Home Affairs has given its approval for the use of Artificial Facial Recognition System (AFRS) for identification of missing children, unrecognised corpses and criminals. AFRS: The AFRS is to be an application for identification and verification of target individuals by comparing images from CCTV footage with an existing database. This is to ..
On 22 January, 2020, PM Modi chaired the 32nd PRAGATI meet. Under the Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation, the Prime Minister reviewed projects that are being implemented by the union government and their progress. Highlights The Prime Minister discussed 24 projects that were of worth Rs 24,000 crores at the meet. The projects were spread ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah launched three citizen centric services of Chandigarh Police, in Chandigarh. The services launched include- Emergency Response Support System (ERSS – Dial 112), ‘E-Beat Book’ System and ‘E-Saathi App’. Home Minister observed that the beat officer system has been cornerstone of Indian Policing system for ages and by such ..
Category: Defence Current Affairs
Topics: Amit Shah • Atal Sehbhagita Kendra • CCTNS • Chandigarh • Chandigarh Police • Citizen Centric Services in Policing • E-Beat Book System • Emergency Response Support System • ERSS - Dial 112 • Governance • Home Minister • Polity
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs launched digital police portal under Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project (CCTNS). The portal is a smart policing initiative of the Government to provide services to citizens and aid efficient police investigation. It will help in realising Government’s dream of ‘Minimum Government Maximum Governance’. Digital police portal ..
The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked all the state governments to link prisons with courts through video conferencing in order to expedite trials and to save costs of escorting undertrials to courts. The Home Ministry’s advisory to the states has been issued following a national conference of heads of prisons in states and UTs on prison reforms. Salient Highlights In ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2017