Maharashtra govt to increase surveillance for reducing response time

  • | Thursday | 16th May, 2019

There are plans to deploy more Police Control Room (PCR) vans at local police stations to reduce the emergency response time. The police control room on average receives well over 50,000 calls per day. Additionally, the trained beat marshals will attend calls from the main control room. Moreover, the state government has proposed another 5,000 CCTV surveillance cameras to curb street crimes and traffic offences. Maharashtra government, in a serious bid to reduce response time to curb crimes and improve detection and traffic movement, has worked out a bouquet of initiatives including integrated traffic management system attached to CCTVs which will be subsequently integrated to E chalan.

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