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Internal portal to check criminals active in railway premises

Internal portal to check criminals active in railway premises

New Delhi: The Delhi Police has started preparing an internal portal which will have details of all the criminals active in railway jurisdiction. The move came after a recently held meeting among senior police officers from different states including Delhi. Police sources claimed that the other state police officer will also be connected with the portal.

According to police, the process of making the portal has started which will not be in the public domain but only for the police which will have access about the criminals active in railway premises. All the railway police officers of other states will also be connected with it and they can also upload the criminals who are active in their jurisdiction after which the criminals will be on radar of different police teams.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Railway) Dinesh Kumar Gupta confirmed the news and stated that they have started the process for making portal. According to a senior police officer, proper details of criminals will be under different crime heads which includes bag lifters, snatchers, Jehar-Khurani gangs, child lifters will be there in portal.

The meeting between senior police officers took place recently in Delhi in which city police came up with the portal initiative which will help in better coordination among all the officers.

Joint Commissioner of Police (Transport Range) Atul Katiyar stated that in the meeting different issues regarding crime and how to make railway premises safe were discussed among police.

"A compendium of the active criminals is being prepared," said Katiyar. According to Delhi Police data, in railways, there was a decrease in the crime as 1,539 cases under IPC were registered in the year 2017 whereas in the year 2016 the cases were 2848. The railway police solved 96 per cent of heinous cases. The worked out percentage of dacoity, attempt to murder, robbery and rape cases were 100 per cent whereas 86 per cent of murder was solved.

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