The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) of India celebrated its 33rd Inception Day, on March 11, 2018 (Sunday) in its newly constructed Complex at Mahipalpur, New Delhi, and it also released “Citizen Services” Mobile App.
Rajiv Jain, Director, IB was the Chief Guest and Dr. A. P. Maheshwari, DG BPR&D was the Guest of Honour on this occasion. Senior officials of CPOs, Director General of CISF, DRI and Ex- Directors General / Directors of NCRB were also present.
An exhibition showcasing various in-house developed applications by NCRB under CCTNS Project, Finger Prints Science, ‘Vahan-Samanvay’, ‘Talash’ Mobile Apps Citizen Complaint, View FIR, Police Station Locater, NCRB Publications of ‘Crime in India’, ‘Accidental Deaths & Suicides in India’ and ‘Prison Statistics India’ was also organised.
On the occasion, the Chief Guest released a Mobile App called “Citizen Services” developed in-house by NCRB. This single App is a group of various essential police related services to the citizens.
The App can be used by citizens for various services such as Complaint Registration & Status Check, View FIR Detail, SOS – Stay Safe, Locate Police Stations, Vahan-Samanvay, Emergency Contact List, Police Stations Telephone Directory, and so on.
Photo courtesy: Press Information Bureau
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