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Odisha Police Saturday came up with a special app which will help senior officials closely monitor the performance of police stations across the state including investigative officers (IOs). In this application, a dashboard will appear on the computers of officials enabling them to check the progress of investigations into cases on a daily basis.

Director General of Police RP Sharma launched the application through video conferencing, which was attended by all range IGs and DIGs, including district police superintendents in Bhubaneswar.

The dashboard will have all the details of the cases under various cognizable offences filed at police stations during the previous 24 hours. The police also assured that the app would ensure better data integrity as the system cannot be manipulated.

SPs would be able to review the performance of the IOs, track the progress of special cases reported at police stations and accident cases. Senior superintendents of police (SSPs) can review the working of police stations in the e-governance cell, citizen services, missing persons and status of the pending verifications under the Right to public services act. Senior officers will get the ‘Daily Crime Digest’ on their computers every day.

Chairing a coordination workshop organised by the Crime Branch (CB) in Cuttack, DGP Rajendra Prasad Sharma felicitated 21 Investigation Officers (IOs), five Public Prosecutors (PPs), and Bolangir SP K Subramani for their remarkable contributions in solving criminal cases.

In his address on the occasion, Sharma said: “The conviction rate has gone up in the last two years and proper coordination between police officers and prosecutors can further strengthen the prosecution system and enhance the rate of conviction in criminal cases.”


Quelle/Source: Orissa Post, 06.05.2018

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