Smart city is incomplete without making it a safe city. This robust state of art surveillance network will ensure Safe,Secure & Smart Mumbai. To beef up surveillance in crucial places of Mumbai, the Maharashtra government has installed 1,200 CCTV cameras in the city which will be operational., Chief Minister Devendra Fadanvis said that about 1,200 CCTV cameras were installed in the South zone of the city in the last eight months while remaining parts of the metropolis will be covered by October, 2016. The cameras installed in the first phase will be operational from tomorrow. It will bring a qualitative change in policing in Mumbai, he said.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the Distress Call Response Management System (DCRMS) at the Nagpur City police control room here. Fadnavis said Nagpur will also be equipped with CCTV cameras soon and asked state Energy Minister and district guardian minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule to expedite the process. With the launching of DCRMS, Fadanvis said there will be certainly a quality change in the day-to-day policing.
The new technology will help police trace criminals promptly. It will also help reduce call drops as the telephone lines have gone up from 10 to 20. Under the new system, each police station will be equipped with four patrolling vehicles for efficient working.
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