Murder to loot, cams helped police solve 360 cases in 5 mths

  • | Wednesday | 6th December, 2023

Noida: Over 31,000 cameras have been installed across the district at 11,524 spots under Mission Trinetra, which involved the installation of CCTV cameras at all vantage points, officials said. The move enhanced police capabilities in curbing crime and improving public safety, as they solved 360 cases in the district in the past five months using footagefrom these CCTVs.These cases include theft and burglary, murder, dacoity, loot, kidnapping for ransom, accidents, snatching, etc.Laxmi Singh, commissioner of police, highlighted the crucial role of CCTV footage in solving cases. "We can catch the criminals faster if real-time footage or feed is available. In many cases, police are clueless for days as no footage of the crime location or locality is available. But Mission Trinetra has started yielding results. Our teams analysed and identified 11,524 prime spots where we have 31,246 cameras installed so far," Singh said.These cameras are of premium quality, which offer clear night vision, further enhancing their effectiveness. "Police stations now receive live feeds from these CCTVs, enabling continuous monitoring and real-time response to the incidents. The initiative covers all major crossings, trisections, parks, hotels, guest houses, dhabas, schools, colleges, hospitals, factories, jewellery shops, religious places, banks, customer service centres, petrol pumps, liquor shops," the commissioner added.We also published the following articles recentlyInfo panel slams Fazilka cops, says release CCTV footageThe Punjab State Information Commission (PSIC) has directed the public information officer (PIO) to provide CCTV footage after the office of the Fazilka senior superintendent of police (SSP) wrongly refused to supply it under the Right to Information (RTI) Act. The commission clarified that CCTV footage falls under the definition of information according to the RTI Act. It noted that CCTV cameras are installed in public places to ensure surveillance and maintain law and order. The commission also expressed dissatisfaction with the representation from low-level officials and decided to only permit PIOs or assistant PIOs to appear before it.Jammu police crack kidnapping and murder case of teenager, accused heldJammu police cracked a kidnapping case and arrested the accused, Satinder Kumar. Raghav Jamwal, the victim, was allegedly kidnapped while attending computer training classes. The police registered a case and conducted a search, eventually locating the kidnapper in his rented accommodation. The accused confessed to the crime and revealed the location of the victims body. The body was found in a forest area and has been sent for post-mortem.CCTV footage shows man being attacked by 3 in Delhi, cops begin probeDelhi Police initiate inquiry into CCTV footage showing three individuals stabbing and assaulting a man with a brick in Adarsh Nagar region. Deputy commissioner of police (Northwest) states no official complaint received yet. Investigation launched, victim being identified. CCTV footage shows man pursued by three individuals, one brandishing a knife. Trio assaults man, one attempts to stab him, another throws brick. Woman intervenes, attackers flee, leaving injured man behind.

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