Crime in Delhi rose 6% in 2018, the Delhi Police made 91,291 arrests in cases of robbery, snatching, murder and attempt to murder, burglary, vehicle theft, rape, and cases related to narcotics and arms smuggling. As many as 84,999 arrests were made in 2017 and 69,071 in 2016. (The Indian Express reported on Jan.10,2019)
The detection rate of crimes improved from 34.6% in 2017 to 36.53% in 2018. Commissioner of Police Amulya Patnaik said the focus will turn to cybercrime in 2019.
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The Delhi Police has begun tracking the movements of their GPS-enabled motorcycles and cars through real-time tracking software and hardware that is installed in their vehicles. The move comes in an attempt to curb the unofficial use of police vehicles and ensure their effective use in putting a check on street crimes.
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The Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs) concerned at their mobile phones and office desktops are keeping a check on over 300 vehicles from 10 of the 15 police districts, including patrol vans and bikes and vehicles of Station House Officers (SHOs). Other remaining districts will soon get the software in their patrol cars and bikes.
Apart from the real-time trackers, the city police have also begun installing high-resolution miniature cameras in the official vehicles and patrolling vans. Some patrolling vans already had a JIMI JC200 dual camera near its cabin rear view mirror - one facing the front to record activities outside and another to monitor the activities of the occupants of the vehicle.
Special Commissioner of police (south zone), RS Krishnia said, “The objective behind the new initiative is basically to ensure visibility of police personnel on the ground and those police vehicles are used strategically and effectively to patrol areas affected by street crimes.”, The cameras in the vehicles will help us monitor the activities of police staff present inside,” said RS Krishnia, special commissioner of police (south zone).
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We are glad that our JC200 Dash camera is helping Delhi police forces to prevent and tackle crime. Moving forward, JIMI is determined to provide ever more valuable support to these and other governments through the optimization and refinement of all aspects of our own business.