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B P Samantaray

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Bhubaneswar, 23rd July 2016: Crime & Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS) would be functional in all police stations by March, 2017. CCTNS is an intra-net system through which all 534 police stations along with DG, DIG offices and Police Head quarters would be connected.

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To make it more citizen centric, Odisha chief secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi directed concerned officials in the State Apex Committee Meeting to prepare a list of the services to be delivered online through CCTNS and put in place required IT applications for the purpose.

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Padhi further advised Director General of Police Kunwar Brajesh Singh present in the meeting, to make suitable in-house arrangements for deriving maximum benefit out of the system particularly in the matters of investigation of the crime, expeditious tracking, prosecution, enforcement etc. Principal Secretary Home Sri Asit Tripathy outlined the issues for discussion.

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According to official sources, around 100% progress has been achieved in the components like site survey, site preparations hard ware delivery, hard ware commission, data center commissioning core application, software installation, and data digitization for the year 2014. Data Migration and further development of the citizen’s portal have been expedited. The network connectivity has been around 97%. It has been targeted to complete the entire work by March, 2017. A total amount of around Rs.35.36 cr has been received from Govt of India for the project and the expenditure has been around 90%. Besides, the State Government has provided Rs.14.61 cr for additional features and citizen centric services against which utilization has been to the tune of 76%.

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