New Delhi: Addressing the Valedictory session of the 2nd Conference on ‘Good Practices in Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS) and Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS)’ through video conferencing on Wednesday,16th December, Union Home Affairs Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla said it is satisfying to note that ICJS components such as eForensics, eProsecutions, and ePrisons have all been expanded manifold and many more databases integrated with the system, as per a press release from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).
Welcoming the Union Home Secretary and other senior officers present in the session, NCRB Director Ram Phal Pawar said the Conference has been organised to provide a platform to all states & UTs to showcase their innovations and achievements with regard to CCTNS & ICJS that can be replicated by other states & UTs. He added that in order to recognise the continuous efforts made by states & UTs in the implementation of CCTNS and ICJS projects, top-ranking states & UTs were awarded during the inaugural function of the Conference on Tuesday, 15th December, by the Union Minister of State (Mos) for Home Affairs, G. Kishan Reddy.
According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, Director Ram Phal Pawar also mentioned that the UNIFY web app has been released on the Digital Police platform. This web app can be used to identify a suspect or unidentified person by comparing his/her photo against the missing persons or offenders database in CCTNS which shows the NCRB commitment to realise the goal of having tech-savvy police under ‘SMART’ acronym.
Apart from the Union Home Secretary, other senior officials from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs and senior police officers from states & UTs and CCTNS & ICJS Nodal Officers were also present in the session.
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