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Nagaland registers 8029 FIRs using CCTNS from 2013 to 2019

By Temshinaro Updated: Dec 18, 2020 8:37 pm

Eastern Mirror Desk
Dimapur, Dec. 18 (EMN):
The record on Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) Pragati dashboard provided by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) as of October 31, 2020, shows that Nagaland registered 8029 FIRs using (CCTNS).

A total of 6261 FIRs were registered from 2013 to 2018. While 1227 FIRs were registered in 2018 using CCTNS, the numbers for 2019 was 541.

As many as 130 FIRs were registered in Nagaland during the month of October. However, no photos of arrested persons were uploaded in Core Application Software (CAS).

As per the record, though all the 65 police stations in the state are equipped with CCTNS, network connectivity is said to be weak in one police station.

The ‘capacity building’ under manpower shows that Nagaland stands second least with 72.1% after Bihar (0%). The other remaining states and UTs show 100% in capacity building.

The figure for role-based trainings shows a weak response with just 680 personnel trained, which is fourth least in the country. Bihar has the least with zero trained personnel.

The NCRB report on Go-Live of CCTNS project in the state as of May 31, 2019 shows that Nagaland partially declared the project on October 15, 2013.

CCTNS is operational in the state; however, some System Integrator deliverables are pending from System Integrator end to meet full Go-Live conditions, causes for which are:

  1. Delay in closing pending activities from SI
  2. No resources deployed by SI to close CB/CM, DD/DM activities
  3. Few pending hardware/software delivery at SDC/DR from SI
  4. Resource deployment issues from SI to close pending activities.

As per the NCRB report, CCTNS is not used in most of the parameters including automobile, fire, arms, cultural, property, jewellery detail, electrical and electronic item, explosives, currency, documents and valuables, securities, narcotics details, other properties, status search, person matching, person of interest matching, quick search, investigation officer performance, etc.

All the 11 prisons of the state are implementing e-prison facilities. For e-prison, a total of four trainings were held as on October 31, 2020 while 55 persons were trained in e-prison application and software.

The total number of prisoners as of October 31, 2020 was 478. No e-prosecution office is said to be operating in the state.

Also, according to the report, no Inter-operable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) is said to be available in the state. The CCTNS is not inter-operable with courts, prison, prosecution and forensics.

Of the 12 VPN Certificates requested, all were allotted in the state.

As of October 31, 2020, a total fund of INR 1917.75 lakh has been released out of which INR 1202.58 lakh, inclusive of interest, were utilised; while INR 804.65 lakh fund, inclusive of interest, is said to be available with the DGP.

A total of 32496 logins were made since the launch of this service.

By Temshinaro Updated: Dec 18, 2020 8:37:54 pm
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