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DGP opens CCTV police station in Cyberabad Commissionerate

Telangana State Director General of Police Anurag Sharma, IPS, today inaugurated the first-of-its-kind CCTV project police station on the premises of Cyberabad Police commissionerate.


So far, 450 CCTV cameras were installed in 44 police stations, ACP and DCP offices under Cyberabad Commissionerate at a cost of Rs 1.46 crore to watch various vital areas with viewing facility in the concerned SHOs’ rooms or GD writers’ rooms. For the first time, IP based cameras, ranging from 5 to 12 in each of the 44 law and order police stations in Cyberbad have been installed. Each camera is 2 mega pixel, IP, IR with 30 days storage facility. These cameras can be logged into and viewed from the Central Command and Control centre in Gachibowli and goings on in each police station could be watched. The DCPs and ACPs can also watch what was happening in their jurisdictional police stations.

The DGP also inaugurated the Rs 2 crore Video conferencing facility for Cyberabad for 126 locations, including CP, Jt CP to all police stations, Traffic Police stations, ACPs/DCPs and other wings like CCS, SOT, CSW. This is an internet-based Conferencing Facility and the NIC has provided software free of cost. This will prove very beneficial to police officers, including CP, Jt CP, DCPs and ACPs to conduct meetings, reviews, briefings, presentations, trainings and so on to their desired groups without having to summon them frequently over the vast jurisdiction of Cyberabad Police Commissionerate. (NSS)