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Amritsar, NFA Post: Information technology firm Tech Mahindra Ltd has implemented Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS) for Himachal Pradesh Police to facilitate registration of FIR, non-cognisable report, missing report, medico-legal cases, and preventive action, among others, the company said in a statement.

Through this system the company has supported Himachal Pradesh Police in its digitisation efforts linking 148 police stations, 76 higher offices and 16 training centres across the state and with training of approximately 8,500 police personnel, the company added.

“The implementation of CCTNS has enabled us to serve the public in a convenient and citizen-friendly way. With the help of Tech Mahindra, Himachal Pradesh became the first state under the Hilly state’s category in the country to put together this unique system for sharing intelligence across states and agencies besides also enabling exchange of information of crime and criminal database for speedy investigation,” said Sanjay Kundu, Director General of Police, Himachal Pradesh.

CCTNS is a nationwide system designed to modernise the police force in the field of crime investigation and to help in investigation and crime prevention.

CCTNS facilitates to improve law and order and enhance other critical functions like traffic management, emergency response and provides improved service delivery to the public, citizens and other stakeholders by providing access to police services in a citizen-friendly manner, Tech Mahindra said.

It added that the CCTNS will also facilitate interaction and sharing of information among PSs, Districts, State HQ and other Police Agencies and will assist senior police officers in better management of police fleet. It will also help in tracking progress of cases at ground level and in Courts and help in speedy disposals.

“The implementation of the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS), is an apt example of leveraging ‘technology for good’; it has enabled digitalisation and provided investigation officers of Himachal Pradesh with necessary technology and information to facilitate investigation of crime and detection of criminals,” said Sujit Baksi, President, Corporate Affairs and Business Head APAC, Tech Mahindra.

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