DGP chairs the meeting and discusses the CCTNS project status
DGP chairs the meeting and discusses the CCTNS project status

Jammu, November 9: In order to assess the state of crime in this area, the 29th CCTNS Empowered Committee meeting was presided over by Director General of Police (DGP) Rashmi Ranjan Swain on Thursday.

I chaired the 29th CCTNS Empowered Committee to assess the development of the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) project today at Police Headquarters, according to a statement released by J&K Police.


In his speech to the officers, the DGP instructed them to take all necessary steps to guarantee that the project was implemented completely.

In order to accomplish the project’s intended outcome, he emphasized the need for careful preparation and execution.

Swain gave instructions to create a strategy to link police training facilities with the CCTNS so that staff members may get basic training for managing it.

He approved the funding for the reopening of the CCTNs lab at the SDPO Tangmarg, ASP Pulwama, and DySP (PC) Kakapora offices in the Pulwama district of south Kashmir.

The DGP also gave his approval for CCTNS to be included in the MHC course, BRTC for gazetted and non-gazetted officers, and both.

He said that in order to offer CCTNS training, all training facilities must be expanded, and competent non-governmental organizations must be made available to teach trainers.

Along with approving the purchase of consumables, Swain also authorized the replacement of outdated software and hardware at training facilities. The condemnation of outdated devices was also considered.

The DGP was informed during the meeting that CCTNS has been implemented in all 241 J&K police stations and that the two-way integration of CCTNS with the other ICJS pillars, namely e-FSL, e-Prison, e-Prosecution (partial), and e-Courts, has been finished.

The whole performance on the CCTNS Pragati Dashboard climbed from 75% to 81% in the current year, the DGP was told.

He was also informed that 10 Anti-Corruption Bureau locations and 80 additional higher offices had received hardware.

Additionally, 98.4% of the data that has been digitized since 1990 has been sent to the DGP.

Special DG Crime, A K. Choudhary; MD Police Housing Corporation and DG Prison, Deepak Kumar; ADGP (Headquarters and Coordination) PHQ, M K Sinha; IGP Headquarters and CIV PHQ, B S Tuti; DIG Crime, Javid Iqbal Matoo; AIGs of Police Headquarters, Gurinderpal Singh, J S Johar, and Virinder Singh Manhas’ DPT J&K ManojPandith; and SSP Crime Economic Offences Wing, Amritpal Singh attended the meeting in person, while DySP (now SP) CICE Kashmir Musadiq Basu participated virtually.



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