Challenge Fund Empowered Committee Meeting

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Challenge Fund Empowered Committee Meeting

  1. 1. Challenge Fund Empowered Committee MeetingChallenge Fund Empowered Committee MeetingA Demo onA Demo on““Innovative Policing through Police ITInnovative Policing through Police IT””
  2. 2. IntroductionOverview of Police ITPresentation StructureOverview of Legacy SystemsLegacy Systems and Police IT IntegrationConclusion
  3. 3. IntroductionLarge number of easily comprehensible inputs, readilyavailable would lead to informed decision making andmeticulous planning.Evolve systems responsive to changing requirementEvolve systems responsive to changing requirementand technologies.Software systems are critical assets and incorporatekey knowledge acquired over the life of anorganization.The lifetime of software systems is very variable thoughmany large systems remain in use for many years.
  4. 4. IntroductionOrganizations are heavily dependent on the servicesprovided by these systems.Legacy systems incorporate a large number of changesLegacy systems incorporate a large number of changescontinuously incorporated to reflect evolving businesspractices.A legacy system has to pass through many developersevolving over decades to satisfy new requirements.
  5. 5. IntroductionA legacy system has following characteristics:Legacy systems often run on obsolete (and usuallyslow) hardware and software.High maintenance costHigh maintenance costThese systems are hard to maintain, improve, andexpand.Integration with newer systems may also be difficultbecause new software may use completely differenttechnologies.
  6. 6. Overview of POLICE ITPolice IT software application has 12 modules, 64roles, 522 screens and 417 reports.The core functions of Police IT have three modulesnamely, Crime, Law & Order and Traffic.The Administration side has another three modulesnamely Administration, Finance and Stores.
  7. 7. Overview of POLICE ITArmed Reserve, Motor Transport and Training providethe ancillary support.Technical modules are the Wireless and FSL.Technical modules are the Wireless and FSL.The MIS (Management Information System) moduleprovides inputs for decision making to all seniorofficers.
  8. 8. Current Status of POLICE ITModules Status Date No. of LocationsArmed ReserveLive 6th April 2010 Entire StateMotor TransportForensic ScienceLabWirelessWirelessCrimePilot 1st January 2011392 Police Stations11 Districts3 Commissionerates4 Divisions in B’loreLaw & OrderTrafficMISFinancePilot1st April 2011 All Districts HQsStoresTraining 5th October 2010 5 training Units
  9. 9. Legacy SystemsThe seven legacy systems proposed forintegration with Police IT ERP aree-BEATe-BEATG-CAREe-Khajanee-ProcurementGPS based AVLSTraffic Management CenterBlackberry
  10. 10. Benefits of IntegrationIncrease in usage because of easier access through asingle software.It would lead to increase in critical functionalities ofIt would lead to increase in critical functionalities ofPolice IT software.Silos (legacy systems) cannot deliver the functionalitiesof an integrated software.
  11. 11. Benefits of Integration (Contd...)Merger of few of these systems will lead to bettermaintenance and usability of that functionality.Centralized server based approach reduces applicationdeployment and configuration costs.
  12. 12. Overview of Legacy SystemsBeat SystemIntimate knowledge of the conditions prevailing in thestation jurisdiction and of the movements and doingsof criminals are conditions precedent to the successfulprevention of crime. To gain such knowledge, anprevention of crime. To gain such knowledge, anefficient beat system is a primary necessity.e-Beate-Beat is a beat management system for policepersonnel designed to move the beat registration toa RFID based automatic logging system.
  13. 13. Overview of Legacy Systemse-BEATThe system is based on Radio Frequency ID system.Implementation of the e-Beat system started during2003-2004 in three phases and presently it is runningacross the state.
  14. 14. e-Beat Integratione-Beat system works on stand-alone system in eachpolice station. It is used to enter data on disconnectedmode in the application.Following are the issues with existing e-Beat systemFollowing are the issues with existing e-Beat system1. Data is saved locally.2. Data sharing between units are not possible.3. Difficult to track beat activities by higher officers.As the first step of integration e-Beat systems data willbe saved centrally in a single database server.
  15. 15. e-Beat IntegrationIn the new integrated system work process, beat entrycan be done through both systems.Police IT software will fetch the data from e-Beatsystem using an intermediate DB script.system using an intermediate DB script.Police IT software will generate reports from e-Beatdata.
  16. 16. e-Beat IntegrationPolice IT – e-Beat Integration Architecture
  17. 17. Overview of Legacy SystemsG-CAREG-CARE is a desktop based Geographic InformationSystem (GIS) based Crime analysis and search enginewas developed by KSRSAC for Karnataka State Police.was developed by KSRSAC for Karnataka State Police.The information stored in Crime and CriminalInformation system (CCIS) database can be viewedwith respect to the spatial background.This software converts the data into information veryeasily in presentable form.
  18. 18. Overview of Legacy Systems (Contd...)G-CAREInformation can be analyzed, shown on maps andprinted.G-CARE retrieves the information easily to analyze thesituation and helps easy and fast decision making byPolice Officers on the field.Makes planning easier based on hotspot and otheranalysis.
  19. 19. G-CARE IntegrationExisting G-CARE system generates eight crime relatedreports only at district level based on input from CCISdatabase.In the proposed system, G-CARE application will fetchIn the proposed system, G-CARE application will fetchthe data from Police IT database.G-CARE application would generate twenty threecrime related reports at all levels of policedepartment.This will add graphical reports for easiercomprehension and better analysis of the same data.
  20. 20. G-CARE IntegrationPolice IT – G-CARE Integration Architecture
  21. 21. Overview of Legacy Systemse-Khajanee-Khajane software computerizes the entire treasuryactivities.This system keeps track of activities from the time ofapproval of the state budget to the point of renderingaccounts to the Government.All the bill clearances are managed through thissystem which facilitates strict budget monitoring.
  22. 22. e-Khajane IntegrationIn the existing system, all the reports and documentsgenerated by Police IT are manually entered into e-Khajane system.In the proposed system, all the bills (AC, DC, NDC,Supplementary, GPF) and revenue details would besent to Treasury online through a dedicated link.Data can be fetched from e-Khajane databaseregarding status of pending bills.
  23. 23. e-Khajane Integration (Contd...)Post integration, there will be no reconciliation issueswhich takes large amount of time and energy of boththe departments.
  24. 24. e-Khajane IntegrationPolice IT – e-Khajane Integration Architecture
  25. 25. Overview of Legacy Systemse-ProcurementIt is a single unitary end-to-end procurement solutionin the State.It has three main components of cataloguemanagement, e-Tendering and contract management.Ensures transparency, accountability to citizens andincorporates all the benefits of transacting on theInternet.
  26. 26. Overview of Legacy Systems (Contd...)e-ProcurementNo need for physical technical and commercial bidmeetings – huge saving on productive time.Vendors registration helps in eliminating dubiousbidders.Caters to vendors across the country.
  27. 27. e-Procurement Integratione-Procurement is managed through the e-Proc portaland is accessed through the internet.In the proposed system, there are two phases ofIn the proposed system, there are two phases ofintegration1. Procurement Process2. Inventory ManagementProcurement Process will work under “Single sign in”concept, in which user can access the e-Proc portalthrough Police IT application.
  28. 28. e-Procurement IntegrationThe procured item details will be fetched by anintermediate Database process. Police IT will providean option to access the e-Procurement applicationthrough Police IT and fetch all information related tothrough Police IT and fetch all information related tothe procurement process and at a later stage thecontract management.Inventory creation: It would also help in the creation ofinventory which happens through the e-Proc process.
  29. 29. e-Procurement IntegrationInventory Management phase, the procured itemdetails will be fetched by an intermediate Databaseprocess Police IT will provide an option to access thee-Procurement application through Police IT and fetchall information related to the procurement processand at a later stage the contract management.and at a later stage the contract management.It would also help in the creation of inventory whichhappens through the e-Proc process.It would help the users to generate integrated reportsfrom both e-Proc and Police IT.
  30. 30. Overview of Legacy SystemsGPS based AVLSAutomated Vehicle Location System is a online, real-time GPS-GPRS based police vehicle monitoringsystem.system.The system works through an integrated GPS-GPRSbased device installed in each vehicle which monitorslocation, fuel, mileage and speed.It is based on GIS mapping and is real-time.
  31. 31. GPS based AVLS IntegrationThe proposed system provides an option to access theGPS Based AVLS system through Police IT.The proposed system is divided in to three stagesThe proposed system is divided in to three stages1. Access to GPS based AVLS system2. Automatic generation of vehicle log reports3. Mapping of different utilities of Police IT on G-CARE generated hot spot maps.
  32. 32. GPS based AVLS IntegrationPolice IT – GPS based AVLS Integration Architecture
  33. 33. Overview of Legacy SystemsTraffic Management Center (TMC)It is designed to manage traffic surveillance system,traffic signaling system, traffic helpline, traffic planningoperations.operations.It receives data from 182 Traffic signals, 160surveillance cameras and 5 enforcement cameras.
  34. 34. Traffic Management Center IntegrationPolice IT generates various reports related to Trafficoffences. Police IT provides option to feed the detailsof spot fines and police notice to the system, so thatsystem generates various reports which are availableat all levels.at all levels.Surveillance cameras captures images of offences likeriding without helmet, zebra crossing, triple riding andno parking.Enforcement cameras capture offence imagesautomatically.
  35. 35. TMC Integration (Contd...)To generate reports in the traffic module, Police ITrequires data from Traffic Management System.Police IT would then provide integrated reports relatedPolice IT would then provide integrated reports relatedto MV Act Cases booked and traffic fines from bothPolice IT and TMC.
  36. 36. Traffic Management Center IntegrationPolice IT – TMC Integration Architecture
  37. 37. Overview of Legacy SystemsBlackberryIt enables traffic field personnel to have mobileaccess to the vehicle database, through a mobilehandheld device connected to Bluetooth enabledprinters.printers.Blackberry is used to enforce traffic rules andregulations and fine offenders.Online booking of violations ensures tracking ofhabitual traffic offenders.Data consolidation is an issue at the state level.
  38. 38. Blackberry IntegrationSpot fine can be fed either through blackberry orthrough Police IT. To avoid this redundant data entry,integration of Police IT with Blackberry is necessary.The data would automatically flow from Blackberry toThe data would automatically flow from Blackberry toPolice IT application.Police IT application would generate the consolidatedfine collection receipt report out of data provided byBlackberry and Police IT database.
  39. 39. Blackberry IntegrationPolice IT – Blackberry Integration Architecture
  40. 40. Legacy System Integration is one of the most critical tasksin transforming the Police IT ERP into an e-Business suite.The goal of the integration is to address a wide range ofmanagement and technical issues with the evolvingConclusionmanagement and technical issues with the evolvingsoftware system. The objective is to plan and manage thelegacy system integration in a professional manner toyield the desired results.
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