Sunday, November 29, 2009


Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS) Project (CCTNS Project) has been approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs. It has a financial cushion of Rs.2000 Crores as per the 11th Five Year Plan. The Project would be initiated by the Ministry of Home Affairs and implemented by the National Crime Records Bureau. The CCTNS project is to be implemented in a manner where the major role would lie with the State Governments in order to bring in the requisite stakes, ownership and commitment, and only certain core components would be in the hands of the Central Government, apart from the required review and monitoring of project implementation on a continuing basis.

The broad objectives of the CCTNS project are streamlining investigation and prosecution processes, strengthening of intelligence gathering machinery, improved public delivery system and citizen-friendly interface, nationwide sharing of information across on crime and criminals and improving efficiency and effectiveness of police functioning. The Project aims to fulfill various specified objectives over a period of three years. An indicative list of e-services expected from CCTNS to citizens would be filing of complaints / information to concerned Police Station; obtaining status of complaints / cases registered at Police Stations; obtaining copies of FIRs, post-mortem reports and other permissible documents etc.

CCTNS Project is a complicated and time consuming initiative. It must be preceded by suitable “Policy Framework” as well as by “Adequate Techno-Legal Training” of the persons going to manage the same. A similar initiative undertaken by the US Government to modernise the FBI’s crime tracking system known as the “Virtual Case File” failed miserably due to lack of planning and effective strategies. There is no sense in wasting Rs.2000 Crores and then realising that grave mistakes failed the much needed imitative. We must “Eliminate all the possible and anticipated causes of failures” one by one to achieve the best results. We must enhance a “Techno-Legal Training Infrastructure” before jumping upon this unexplored arena.

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Perry4Law and PTLBTM/SM also possess Techno-Legal Expertise to provide “International Best Practices” and implementation of “Models and Functionality” in the areas of “Policing, Public Security, National Security, Internal Security, etc regarding CCTNS Project and similar Projects. Perry4Law has also provided a “10 Point Legal Framework for Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies in India” to the Government of India. Further, Perry4Law has also provided a techno-legal Framework for E-Surveillance in India and its limits, legalities, constitutionality, etc.

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