Chandigarh, March 13 – Mr.N.K.Tripati, Director, National Crime Bureau today inaugurated a Crime Criminal Tracking Network and System (CCTNS) training centre set up at a cost of Rs.2.22 crore at Panckula police line.
Mr.N.K.Tripati praised the equipments and techniques being used for the modernization of state police. He also praised the information technology being used by Haryana Police in the state. He congratulated Mr.Ranjeev Dalal, Director General, Haryana Police for setting up CCTNS centre at Panchkula as per guidelines of Union Ministry for Home.
It may be noted that such CCTNS training centres are being set up in all the districts of Haryana.Mr.Tripati expressed happiness over setting up computerized CCTNS training centres and inter-linking them at state crime record bureau, Madhuban, Haryana Police Akademi, Research and Training Centre, Bhondsi (Gurgaon), Sunaria (Rohtak), third batalian, Hisar and Commondo Navel, Karnal, besides setting up such centres at office of Police Commissioner, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Government Railway Police Headquarters, Ambala Cantt. and all the district police headquarters.
He said that besides 270 police stations of Haryana, 14,000 police stations of all the states of country would soon be inter-linked with these centres. With the setting up of these centres, information regarding the criminal activities of the criminals could easily be exchanged and the information regarding crimes committed by the criminals in other states could also be obtained.
Mr.B.S.Sandhu, Additional Director General of Haryana Police said that Haryana police was marching ahead to be number one police of the country thanks to the facilities and financial assistance provided by the Union Home Ministry, Government of India.
Earlier, Mr.Shatrujeet Kapur, Inspector General of Police, Tele-Communication, Information and Technology and In-charge CCTNS project highlighted all the computerized modern techniques being used by Haryana Police to control crimes in the State.