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Police IT Inauguration Presentation

  1. 1. Welcometo presentation onto presentation onPolice IT6th April 2010
  2. 2. Presentation StructureIntroductionHistoryFeaturesFeaturesPrecursorsRoll Out ProcessIntegration with CCTNSDemoConclusion
  3. 3. IntroductionComprehensive ERP systemproviding seamless integrationproviding seamless integrationof the day to day operations ofthe Police Department
  4. 4. Introduction…In its conceptualization,creation and roll out, it wouldcreation and roll out, it wouldhave a pioneering impact in theway Police in India would godigital in the days to come
  5. 5. Milestones• Broadband Networking• E-Procurement• GPS based AVLS systemG-CARE, GIS based• G-CARE, GIS based• Real time Videoconferencing• CCTNS- MoU, Lead State, K-CoPS• Anti Virus, Asset Management& FMS
  6. 6. Milestones• Project Management of Police IT• Hiring of professional experts• Setting of training center• Skeletal Data Center• Skeletal Data Center• Integration of Bangalore TrafficPolice in WAN• Usage of CCIS/ADT in allBangalore City Police Stations• Three state level Nodal OfficersMeetings
  7. 7. History• CCIS, Crime CriminalInformation System• CIPA, Common IntegratedPolice ApplicationPolice Application• Police IT• CCTNS, Crime CriminalTracking Network and Systems
  8. 8. History…• Software development started in2004• Workflow Design was introduced in• Workflow Design was introduced in2006• Changed to centralized architecturein 2008• UAT for 11 modules - Aug09 to March2010
  9. 9. History…• Pilot for 5 modules betweenJan to March 2010• Phased deployment across1439 locations starts today• The phased implementation tobe completed by year end
  10. 10. Features• Centralized Architecture• Bilingual• Workflow design• Workflow design• Role based access• 592 screens and 459reports
  11. 11. FIRFIRFIRFIRGCR (CO)FIR AssignmentFIR AssignmentCrime ClassificationCrime ClassificationIf HeinousCaseIF Case TransferredProperty SeizureProperty MovementCrime DetailsArrest/SurrenderWitness DetailsProceedings-174/176 CRPCExhumation DetailsIf Victim=DeadIf Dead body “Buried”I.M (CO)I.M(SDPO)I.M (DPO)Property SeizureProperty MovementCrime DetailsArrest/SurrenderWitness DetailsCase Transfer GCR (SDPO)GCR (DPO)COD, DCRE,..COD, DCRE,..COD, DCRE,..COD, DCRE,..ExternalTransferCrime- Investigation WorkflowFinal Report/Charge SheetFinal Report/Charge SheetCourt Progress DiaryCourt DisposalCase DiaryFinal Report B,C and UDRExhumation DetailsPost Mortem RequestIf Final Report B,C or UDRRejectedForwardForwardAcceptedCPR (DPO)CPR (SDPO)CPR (CO)FR B,C & U (CO)FR B,C & U (SDPO)FR B,C & U (DPO)Witness DetailsCase DiaryBail BondResult of AppealIf Final Report AUDR DisposalIf UDR caseIf B or C case
  12. 12. Precursors• Functional State Police StateCenter• Creation of Primary Network• Creation of Primary Network• Anti Virus, Facilities and AssetManagement• Creation of training infrastructure• Other training resources- trainers,methodology, training material etc
  13. 13. Old Network• 2 Mbps aggregation bandwidthat the State Police Data Center• 64 Kbps leased line betweenUnits and SPDC• 56 Kbps PSTN fromPS/Circle/SDPO to DPO/Units
  14. 14. KSP Wide Area Network39 locations 2Mbps leased line10 Mbpsaggregationbandwidth1400 remotelocations, 512Kbps, VPNoBB4 Mbps internetleased lineSPDC
  15. 15. InternetPoliceStationMPLS CloudVPNoBBCloud2811IDS 4235PIX515EPoliceStationIDS 4235218.248.45.10192.168.20.0/24172.31.246.0/30 1812181210.7.0.0/ .2.3.3Police HQLAN10.8.0.0/30512Kbps2 mbps10 mbps4 mbpsFIREWALL4506SWWEB Server192.168.2.24Mail Server192.168.2.25FTP Server192.168.2.23192.168.2.0//241812 officeBangalore cityLANState Police Data Center2 mbpsPOLICE ITPOLICE IT
  16. 16. Police IT-Modules• Crime• Law & Order• Traffic• Finance• Administration• Administration• Stores• Armed Reserve• Motor Transport• Training• Wireless• Forensic Science Laboratory• Executive Information System
  17. 17. Effort• 700 days of field study• 70 review meetings• 30,000 pages of documentation7000 man day of development• 7000 man day of development• 11 UAT teams• 75 Nodal Officers• Conferences/training/testingetc.
  18. 18. Features…• Based on ASP.Net with MS-SQLas Backend• Reporting using Crystal Reports• Reporting using Crystal Reports• Adobe PDF format for datatransmission• Uses http/https Protocol• XML format for DataInterchange
  19. 19. Wireless• In and out messaging process• Control Room activities• Automatic generation of reportsBenefitsBenefitsBenefitsBenefits• Reliable & secure communication• Predefined non editable format• Message tracking capabilities• Ease of deciding the addressees
  20. 20. Armed Reserve• Online requests for the deployment of forces• Assignment of Arms• Allotment of specific dutiesBenefitsBenefitsBenefitsBenefits• Workflow design cuts down time considerably• No physical effort for approvals• Deployment easier- inputs available• Helps in manpower audit
  21. 21. Motor Transport• Online requests and allotment of vehicles• Online approval for repairs• Updation of the vehicles log and indents• Updation of the vehicles log and indentsBenefitsBenefitsBenefitsBenefits• Online availability of vehicle history sheets• Effective monitoring of fuel consumption• Online monitoring of vehicle insurance
  22. 22. Crime Criminal Networkand Systems (CCTNS)• Mission Mode Project of GoI• To connect 14,000 PSs and• To connect 14,000 PSs and6000 higher police offices• Rs 2000 Crore Project• MoU signed
  23. 23. Crime Criminal Networkand Systems (CCTNS)• Registration of K-CoPS, theState Designated Agency• Karnataka accepted as one of• Karnataka accepted as one ofthe lead states• Core Application Software• Police IT permitted to deployed• CCTNS/Police IT as one entity inthe State
  24. 24. THE FUNCTIONAL CYCLE• MissionMode Project• Wipro, thedeveloperPoliceITCCTNS• GoI acceptsKarnataka asa lead state• Both theprojects getintegratedITLeadStateCCTNSPoliceIT
  25. 25. Police IT Roll Out• User Acceptance Test• Mandatory Change Requestsover 400over 400• Last phase of development• Pilots for different modules• Capacity Building is mostcritical• 11 Training Centers established
  26. 26. Police IT Roll Out• Near perfect synchronization ofmodule development, end usertraining and the completion of allprecursor activities would ensure aprecursor activities would ensure asmooth roll out• 12 modules in 1439 locations• Wipro would do the handholding in 50locations for 48 months
  27. 27. UAT/PILOTS.No Module UAT Mandatory CRTraining Pilotfrom1. Wireless 16/09/09 to22/09/0912(34) 2372 25/01/102. Armed 15/09/09 to19/09/0930(37) 254 19/02/103. MT 15/09/09 to 39(39) 2512 19/02/10
  28. 28. Capacity Building PlanTrainingInfrastructureTraining for 75SystemAdministratorsTraining forNodal Officersof all UnitsMapping ofEnd-UsersDeployment ofTrainersTrainingCurriculumBasic IT &Police ITBasic Trainingfor End-UsersTraining forTechnicalTeams of allUnitsPolice ITTraining forEnd-Users &Handholding
  29. 29. System Admins Training• Special Govt. Permission• 75 trainees in all. Main backbone of• 75 trainees in all. Main backbone ofthe system• Selection through online test andinterview• One month customised training• Certification and handholding by thevendor for six months
  30. 30. System Admins Training• Next phase- MCSE• Training over, Certification tests to• Training over, Certification tests tocommence• CCNA planned in the next phase• Select Candidates would be trainedfor Data Center Management
  31. 31. Capacity Building• 11 main training centers established• Would be fully functional in one month• Potential of training 400 trainees per month• Potential of training 400 trainees per month• Funding by the CCTNS project• All districts would have a Computer TrainingCenter by the end of April• Process for hiring trainers from a reputedvendor has been initiated
  32. 32. ConclusionThe successful completion of this project wouldtake the police to much higher level of efficiency,near total transparency, all mechanical work wouldbecome redundant, more human resources wouldbe available for core tasks, better investigation,be available for core tasks, better investigation,qualitative change in planning, split secondcommunication, perfect documentation/ retrieval,no alibi as the application is role based, needbased passage of information on the website/press/individuals, tracking of incidents/facts/details would be flawless etc.