SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir Police is contemplating to cowl the whole union territory beneath round the clock Shut Circuit Tv (CCTV) to maintain a test on anti-national components and efficient legislation and order scenario.
J&Ok Police Headquarters has invited tenders for a UT-wide CCTV Built-in Community System with major give attention to procurement of high-resolution cameras with facial recognition, automated quantity location, colour unknown objects and stone pelting services .
The draft proposal for the CCTV Built-in Community Program ready by the Jammu and Kashmir Police states that the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is the northernmost area of India and it shares nationwide borders with Himachal Pradesh and Punjab and a global border with Pakistan. shares.
“The UT has been beneath fixed risk of insurgency and militancy actions for a really very long time. The PHQ is primarily answerable for managing the legislation and order scenario within the UT. Accordingly, PHQ has taken a number of initiatives prior to now to boost the monitoring system. In a single such initiative, PHQ has put in CCTV cameras in varied cities of the Union Territory like Kashmir, Jammu and Samba and so forth,” reads the proposal. “It has additionally arrange a Police Management Room (PCR) in Srinagar and Jammu metropolis. With the rising want and urgency to keep up legislation and order within the UT, PHQ felt the necessity to create a holistic and built-in CCTV digicam community. UT Broad CCTV Surveillance Venture envisages creation of an built-in community of GIS-based CCTV cameras linked to Zonal Command Management Heart (Z3C) and District Command Management Heart (D3C) for environment friendly administration of legislation and order scenario in UT Is.
The draft proposal states that the challenge focuses on constructing CCTV infrastructure with proposed options for normal surveillance, Automated Quantity Plate Recognition System (ANPR), Facial Recognition System (FRS) and Command Heart and so forth.
“The main parts of the challenge are CCTV surveillance of public areas frequented by the residents of J&Ok and inclined to crime. Combine location-based providers and crime and felony databases with real-time CCTV feeds for fast and efficient decision of civil safety points in public locations,” reads the proposal.
Initially, 184 cameras can be put in at 43 locations in Kashmir, whereas 218 cameras can be put in at 119 locations in Jammu area. “All 5 areas of Srinagar district can be coated the place 43 cameras can be put in in North, South and Hazratbal areas of the district,” it reads.
The high-resolution cameras to be procured by the police will function “facial recognition of an individual and Automated Quantity Plate Recognition (ANPR) which can be primarily carried out on the entry/exit of districts and necessary crossings/junctions and so forth.” The proposal reads, including that the cameras will even be used for crowd gathering, object identification (color) and monitoring, object left behind/unknown object and stone pelting. Apparently, all of the Deputy Commissioners of J&Ok districts have requested merchants to put in CCTVs outdoors their outlets and malls.—(KNO)