Cops log into ‘Hamari Suraksha’

BANGALORE: In an attempt to keep the crime rate under control in the city, police department has adopted a new system. Hamari Suraksha Software Service Pvt Ltd,   has been a boon in

Published: 27th February 2012 06:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:04 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: In an attempt to keep the crime rate under control in the city, police department has adopted a new system. Hamari Suraksha Software Service Pvt Ltd,   has been a boon in disguise to the city police. This security system helps in accumulating data of the public and police can use it during the need of the hour.  

All the data will be uploaded in the website, which is handy during emergency.  

“We have to look upon every detail in solving some big crime cases and sometimes miscreants leave minute clues behind. During such cases, the civil defence forces will provide the details of security guards, drivers, cooks, LPG delivery boys and milk vendors. This system will help in reducing crime rate,” said Devaraj, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Cubbon Park.

Ankit T, operational manager, Hamari Suraksha said, “We have established a pan-India network and in Bangalore, we have a 10-member team to compile data and help the local police.” A web portal www.hamarisuraksha.com will contain all the details for the help of the common man.  

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