Conference on Modernization of Police Communication in New Delhi

Rajnath Singh taking the salute, during the 71st Raising Day Parade of Delhi Police, in New Delhi on February 16, 2018 (file photo)
Rajnath Singh taking the salute, during the 71st Raising Day Parade of Delhi Police, in New Delhi on February 16, 2018 (file photo)

A two-day conference on ‘Modernization of Police Communication and Challenges’ will begin in Delhi today. The Minister of State, Ministry of Communication, Manoj Sinha will inaugurate the conference.

Directorate of Coordination Police Wireless (DCPW), a nodal advisory body to the Ministry of Home Affairs for the Police Telecommunication in the country is organizing this conference.

The discussion will be on the communication challenges faced by State Police / UTs / CAPFs, frequency spectrum related issues for police communication, encryption in police communication, next generation technology for security, and the use of software defined radio for police communications.

The conference will be attended by Heads of Police Communication of all States /UTs, and CAPFs. The Senior Officers from Ministry of Home Affairs, Wireless Planning Commission, Department of Telecommunication, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Bharat Electronics Limited, Defence Electronics and Applied Laboratory and other organizations will be attending this conference.

Beside this, a number of Public Sector Undertakings, reputed OEM / vendors will be presenting exhibits on the topic and developments in the field of indigenous police communication equipment.

Photo courtesy: Press Information Bureau

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