Southeast district malkhanas go digital
A pilot challenge to digitize police stations of the district started in December 2017.
- One Malkhana has the capability to protect 24,000 case properties in digital format.
- Particulars of the case property are first entered into the software program, adopted by .
- The case property is packed in a cardboard field, barcode generated.
Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik on Friday inaugurated 13 digital malkhanas from Sarita Vihar police station of southeast district.
With this, southeast district turns into the primary to have all police stations digitised.
All police stations can have the power to protect seizures of the instances other than postmortem and viscera studies, in digital format.
“Earlier, malkhana administration was a fancy difficulty. Now, E-Malkhanas with fashionable expertise, will ease out doing the job. It can enhance effectivity and luxury. It’s a revolutionary step by the Delhi Police, which is able to quickly turn into a job mannequin for the remainder of the nation,” Patnaik stated.
In accordance with the official, one Malkhana has the capability to protect 24,000 case properties in digital format, with barcode and software program. This may permit looking out required paperwork or case properties with only one click on.
A pilot challenge to digitize three police stations of the district started in December 2017. Later in March, 2018, Delhi police determined to develop Emalkhana of all of the 13 police stations of South East District.
Speaking concerning the options, Patnaik stated: “The revolutionary system consists of each software program and mechanical up gradation of Malkhanas. Particulars of the case property are first entered into the software program, adopted by . The case property is packed in a cardboard field to stop from harm, and a novel barcode is generated which is pasted on the field. The field is then positioned at a selected place and the main points are entered within the software program.”
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