Police Reforms Current Affairs, GK & News
US President Joe Biden recently signed an executive order to improve accountability in policing. When the order was signed? The order was signed on the second anniversary of George Floyd’s death. Since the George Floyd incident, many started demanding police reforms. But, the delay in reforms reflects the challenges in addressing racism, excessive use of ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2022
Category: International / World Current Affairs
Researchers in China have developed a machine which can charge people with crimes by using artificial intelligence. This is world’s first developed. AI Prosecutor The AI prosecutor have the capability to file a charge with more than 97 percent accuracy. It will file a charge on the basis of verbal description of the case. It ..
Nagaland Police officially launched the ‘Call your Cop’ mobile App on November 29, 2021. Highlights The app was launched at Police Headquarters in Kohima. It will enable all citizens in the state, including those in distress, to get in touch with the police directly, as police will be available easily, with just one click away. ..
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 recently released the annual ranking of police Stations in India. The annual ranking is being done since 2015. Key highlights of the ranking Nongpok Sekmai police station in Thoubal district of Manipur was ranked as the best performing police station in the country. The All Women Police Station of Suramangalam ..
Category: Reports & Indexes Current Affairs
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 ..