The Cubbon Park police station which has adapted smart policing will be inspected by the Prime Minister on Wednesday through video-conferencing.
The PM has chosen three police stations which will inspected on Wednesday, the other two being in Uttar Pradesh and Assam.
Smart police station:
The Cubbon Park police station is one of the few which has adopted to smart policing under the government's Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project.
The project aims at increasing efficiency of the police station through e-governance.
As part of the initiative, the police station will also use the IT enabled network to probe crime and also track down the criminals.
The software is being maintained by HP and through this the police would be able to use technology to the best to solve crime. The data base of criminals will be readily available and cases and the progress can be tracked real time.
Apart from solving crime, the digitization concept also will highlight the positive work undertaken by the police.
There would be an exclusive website for the same and this would aim at building up the brand name of the Bengaluru police.
All set go:
The police at the Cubbon Park police station are excited about the e-meeting with the Prime Minister.
The police station sports almost a brand new look and trial runs of the video conference to ensure that there are no last minute glitches have already been conducted since August 19.
The Cubbon Park police station, Inspector C Balakrishna will be the one who would brief the Prime Minister about this "concept" police station.
The Prime Minister would be told about this fully digitized police station. The inspector would also explain that as part of the fully digitized programme, the staff would upload all vital documents such as chargesheets, FIRs, police verification, investigation status into the exclusive portal which would be accessed from anywhere.
This would help in accessing the required material as many cases are inter-connected. Precious time will be solved when it comes to solving cases.