Police Should Adopt Advanced Technology And Artificial Intelligence While Dealing With Cases – CP
Rachakonda CP Sri Mahesh Bhagwat, issued a directive to the IT Cell staff on Wednesday to adopt cutting-edge technology and Artificial Intelligence ( AI ) and use it to deliver quick and improved services to citizens.
He gave this instruction during a two-day CCTV operations training course at the Rachakonda Police Commissionarate in Neredmet.
In his remarks, CP elaborated on the role that CCTVs play in crime detection and cited instances where CCTVs helped the investigative teams quickly identify the actual offenders in a number of sensational cases.
CP Mahesh Bhagwat has commended Sri. Madan Mohan, a national CCTV trainer, for providing training and sharing a variety of security techniques with the staff who attended.
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According to Bhagwat, using community CCTVs as a primary video surveillance system to keep an eye on people’s movements in public spaces plays a critical role in reducing crime and maintaining social order.
In order to support the IT CELL staff, the CP has also reiterated that CCTV training sessions will be held every six months in the Rachakonda Commissionerate.
The staff has been told to use the training programmes to become proficient in using advanced AI techniques and make police work easier.
The training sessions included participation from M. Sridhar Reddy, inspector IT Cell, D. Sunil SI, Sudhakar SI, Srikanth RSI, and other IT Cell staff.