“We will start using artificial intelligence from next year. The technology will guide investigating officers on procedures of investigation. If any officer commits any procedural mistake, AI will immediately issue an alert. It will help officers make a quick and accurate search of a particular crime’s modus operandi, similarity between offences at different places and details about arrested persons from our digital database,” director-general of police R P Sharma mentioned.
Sources mentioned synthetic intelligence enabled a fast scan of the police database and helped determine criminals by way of faces and images, previous FIRs, discover hyperlinks of a felony with any gang, scan fingerprints and voice samples, and search the identify of a felony concerned in totally different crimes.
“We have made vital strides in the use of IT in 2018 and launched into an bold highway map to make Odisha Police one among the main states in the use of IT in policing. The state authorities sanctioned Rs 139 crore to implement the highway map in 5 years. Nearly Rs 21 crore has been supplied throughout the present fiscal,” Sharma mentioned.
The DGP has set a deadline of June 2019 for superintendents of police (SPs) to totally implement the paperless initiative in police stations. Some months in the past, police stations throughout the state had began digitizing FIRs, case diaries and different crime information with 2005 as the start line. The prime cop mentioned the transfer aimed to convey transparency and expedite work.
Additional director-general of police Sudhansu Sarangi, who’s monitoring the implementation of the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) undertaking, mentioned efforts have been being made to enhance the connectivity of all police stations.