Tripura Police plans to introduce geo-satellite image system to check crime

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AGARTALA: The Director General of Police, Mr. Selim Ali said that the state police will be introducing a geo-satellite image system to detect the movements of insurgents in the remote and hilly areas.
Mr. Ali told in a press meet that the rate of insurgency is on the decline but it’s residual part still exists. We will be introducing a geo-satellite image system which will provide satellite imagery of the movement of the insurgents in remote hilly areas and jungles.
Mr.Ali, who took over as the DGP last month, said that the entire system of working of the police department would be modernized and the police personnel would be trained in different sectors by introducing more refresher courses on physical training to check crimes in the state.
When it came to the matter of the crime against women the DGP admitted that the crime against women was a bit higher than the national average in the state. He said that to check crime against women, comprehensive planning would be made in consultation with the Tripura Commission for Women and some NGOs which were working on the women issues.
Ali said that the women of the state are conscious and they register cases when a crime is committed against them. But in other states, the cases are not registered so frequently.
He added saying that the rate of conviction in cases of crime against women was higher than the national average. While the national rate was only 14 percent, in Tripura it is 25 percent.

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