City Police Headquarters to Come up in Banjara Hills

Published: 28th December 2014 06:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th December 2014 06:12 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Telangana government on Saturday constituted a high-powered committee with Chief Secretary as chairman to implement the project of construction of a new building for the City Police Commissionerate headquarters in Banjara Hills. Orders to this effect were issued on Saturday.

The government decided to upgrade the  city police in order to develop Hyderabad as a global city. The government felt that the global standards in policing will help attract global investments to Hyderabad and rest of Telangana.  The government proposed to build  a modern iconic structure in the existing police land of six acres situated at Road No 12, Banjara Hills for housing the headquarters of Hyderabad City Police Commissionerate. The orders said that the new building will fulfil the requirement to have a modern and state-of-art Integrated Command and Control Centre and it would be the hub for incident management system to coordinate as a system tool used for the command, control and coordination of emergency response of several kinds along with the requirements of daily policing operations.

  Availability of all multidimensional networks of technology in the new building like computers, video analytics connected with over a hundred  thousand CCTV cameras from the streets, giant video wall, wireless systems, traffic management nodes, process control sensors, network devices, video and audio conferencing centre with State and national level departments/agencies, geographical information system (GIS) will be available in the building.


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