Delhi police install cameras on patrol car doors to help in hunt for stolen vehicles

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Delhi police install cameras on patrol car doors to help in hunt for stolen vehicles

While Delhi Police have launched a slew of mobile apps for reporting crime, its South district branch has set up a new app to track stolen vehicles parked on streets. A special camera is installed at PCR vans which will register the number plates of vehicles parked on the streets. The camera is equipped with special software which will further match the data captured with the data of stolen vehicles. Though the project is launched on trial basis, soon the entire unit of Delhi Police will start using the app. According to South district police officials, this technology will improve the cops’ efficiency to trace stolen vehicles. Prem Nath, Deputy Commissioner of Police, South District, told Mail Today that ‘Vehiscan’ is on trial run and things will be finalised after some time. “We have used this technology in various areas of Saket and Mehrauli where it performed effectively. Currently we are using it for stolen vehicles but soon it will be used to trace vehicles involved in other crimes as well,” he added. “Recently, we have started using this technology and successfully found five expensive cars stolen from various parts of Delhi,” a senior police official said. Explaining the technology, […]

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