UP Police Launches New ‘C-Plan’ App to Aid Community Policing

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The Uttar Pradesh Police has launched a ‘C-Plan’ smartphone application developed by Innodel Technologies Pvt. Ltd., that will help them keep a tab on anti-social elements to counter their nefarious designs in time.

The app keeps the directory of 10 or more people identified by department in every village, known as Sambhrant-10, across the state who will inform about anti-social elements, simmering communal tensions or land disputes taking place in their respective villages through the app.

“The app is an initiative aimed at assisting better community policing in the state and bringing down the crime rate by improving the police-public partnership with the help of technology. The move will allow the selected community members to have a greater voice in setting priorities and their engagement in efforts to improve the quality of life in their neighbourhoods,” said Inspector General of Police (law and order), Praveen Kumar.
Credit – NDTV (media)

There are around 1.6 lakh villages in Uttar Pradesh and the department has selected 10 lakh people across the state who will be engaged in the C-plan smartphone application project.

“Knowing the name of the district and village, police officials will easily be able to connect with Sambhrant-10 members through a pan-Uttar Pradesh database that could be accessed through the app. The C-plan app will soon be integrated with the Uttar Pradesh Dial 100 service and an S-10 will also be able to contact police personnel in police response vehicles (PRVs) in an emergency,” Kumar said.
Credit – NDTV (media)

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