The Centre will now directly take stock of matters of what happens at what time all across the different police station areas, all over the country, and the Home Ministry will be able to send real-time alerts to the states, because all the police stations of the country will soon get connected to the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network (CCTN), through which, an eye can be kept on all activities with the help of CCTVs, AI, and GPS.
The inputs from the state will be received by the central motherboard, and all states have agreed upon the same. On 29th October, a meeting of the state Home Ministers will take place in Surajkund, which will also be attended by the states’ DGPs and CSs. The Home Ministry is conducting such a meeting for the first time. Discussions will also be made about the matter’s legal formalities and feedback and suggestions will be taken by the states for the same.
This network is aimed at having better control on terrorism, narcotism, economic crimes, and urban naxalism, with easy tracking of the crimes’ movement and category. The central motherboard will have yellow, green, and blue indicators, wherein green will stand for normal, yellow, for alert, and blue for sensitive signals. For instance, if a market sees more crowd than the usual, then the state and central motherboard will indicate a yellow light.