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CCTNS data should be integrated with NIA, CBI, and NCB data: Shah

The data of central agencies such as the CBI, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), and the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) should also be integrated with the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS), which currently connects all police stations in the country, according to Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday.

“The CCTNS has been connected to 16,390 police stations across the country, but central agencies such as the CBI, NCB, and NIA are still not connected.” “All agencies must join the CCTNS as soon as possible and make data 100 percent complete,” Shah said to a crowd of police officers at the National Crime Records Bureau’s 37th Foundation Day (NCRB).

According to him, the Centre has set a target of Rs 3,500 crore for the second phase of the Inter-operable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) by the year 2026.

“After it is completed, Artificial Intelligence, Block Chain, analytical tools, and a fingerprint system should be used to make it more useful.” Around 1 crore fingerprints have been registered so far, and if these are made available to all police stations, there will be no need to pursue criminals because their addresses can be found on the police station’s data base after getting their fingerprints,” he said, according to the MHA.

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