Reasi Police is first to switch to Digital Investigation

JK News Today

Reasi, May 11:

Police in Reasi district achieved feat of becoming first in Jammu and Kashmir to have switched over to Digital investigation mode

Mukesh Singh ADGP Jammu Zone visited District Reasi Today for a review Of CCTNS Project and appreciated the efforts of district Police Reasi to successfully digitalize all the Under investigation Cases on Crime and Criminals Tracking Network System (CCTNS).

Whole Investigation Process which includes seven number Integrated Investigation (IIF) forms, documents of Final Reports and Case Diaries of investigated cases have been digitalized and uploaded on the Portal.

Legacy Data of General Village Crime information, Village Crime Details, Writ Petition Details, Sex Offenders Information, Drug Peddlers Information, details of Arms License & other relevant informations have also been digitalized by all the Police Stations of District Reasi.

In first phase of switching over to CCTNS, Manual Daily Diary was closed at Police Stations and was activated online at server of CCTNS Portal.

Simultaneously all server data of police stations has been synchronised with the server of CCTNS State Data Centre Jammu through Sync Utility Tool being run at all Police Stations regularly.

Reasi Police under lead by SSP Reasi Shailender Singh is among first district to achieve this feat in Jammu and Kashmir.

Later on ADGP Jammu Zone also conducted a review of efforts of Reasi Police to contain the surge in cases of Covid 19 and to make women Police more accessible to women-folk of District Reasi in this crucial phase of Covid 19. ADGP Jammu Zone distributed seven scooties among Women Police of District Reasi in a simple ceremony while following Covid protocol.

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