1 CCTNS I – Setting the Baseline CCTNS spans across 28 States and 7 UT's covering all 15,000+ Police Stations and 6,000+ Higher Police OfficesIncludes Horizontal connectivity of Police units (linking police units at various levels within the States – Police Stations, District Police Offices, State Headquarters, SCRB and States, through State Headquarters and SCRB, to NCRB at GOI level)Vertical connectivity, linking Police functions at State and Central level to external entities.Automation of Policing process and generation of nationwide digital database via customized CASCitizen’s interface to provide basic services to citizens
2 CCTNS I – The Data Provider CAS Centre`SDCFIR Registration
3 Emergency Response System- The Data provider SATELLITE IMAGERYDISPATCHERCALLTAKERPCR VAN WITH MDTEventHelp ArrivedWireless Communication with Field OfficersPRI Line from Exchangeto Police Control RoomPolice Control RoomDispatched NearestPatrol VehicleGRPS TOWERGRPS SERVICE PROVIDER DATA CENTERMTNL / BSNL EXCHANGEVECTOR MAPDIAL 100 DESTRESS CALLER
4 CCTNS II – Advanced Solutions GIS Based Crime AnalyticsComputer Aided Dispatch & Traffic Management SystemMobile Data TerminalsBiometricsAutomated Fingerprint Identification System,Automated Facial Recognition System,Fingerprint Enrollment Devices
5 Why 'Geo-Crime Analysis' ? Large volume of crime data available and being digitizedCCTNS Phase IExisting Computer aided Dispatch/ PCR SystemCurrent systemProvides tabular reportsCurrent Report not Geospatial enabledLocation based decision support is impossiblePlanning & Resource allocation is a nightmareVisualization of geo-enabled crime data is need of the hour'Geo-Crime Analysis' is the solution for the future
6 Building blocks of 'Geo-Crime Analysis' & STRATE GICPLANNI NGDATA MANAGEMENTState Level(Unified Geospatial & Secured Environment)FIELD OPERATIONS Spatial distribution of incidents Incident Analysis Hotspot Analysis Predictive Analysis Cluster, Buffer & Proximity Analysis Facilitate seamless information exchange for visualization, dissemination and analysis. Resource Planning Demand Analysis Patrolling Activities Preventive Measures
7 Objectives of 'Geo-Crime Analysis' To Establish Unified and Secured Geospatial Environment (USGE) for advanced crime and incident analysisProvide Applications to Georeference non-spatial data and data managementEnable stake holders to generate an integrated view of information as required by various end users through intelligent analytics tools.
8 Stakeholders in the 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Devp Project MHANCRBPOLICE MODERNIZATIONBORDER MANAGEMENTDISASTER MANAGEMENTINTELLIGENCE AGENCIESRAWNTRODIRECTORATE REVENUE INTELDEFENCE INTELJOINT CIPHER BUREAUDIRECTORATE INCOME TAXIBSTATE POLICE WIRELESSCRIME BRANCHPROTECTION & SECURITYRIOT CONTROL POLICEQUICK RESPONSE TEAMTRAFFICECONOMIC OFFENCES WINGENFORCEMENTJUVEINILE AID PROTECTIONANITI-NARCOTICSANTI-EXTORTIONMISSING PERSONS BUREAUATSSPECIAL POLICESTATE POLICE DEPT.
9 Scope of WorkTo establish Unified and Secured Geospatial Environment (USGE) based on spatial data collected from multiple sources such as Survey of India, Urban authorities, National Informatics Center and other sources and integration with Crime Data from CCTNS Phase I and data gathered from CADSDevelopment, testing, initial rollout and certification of 'Geo-Crime Analysis'Implementation of a National and State level GIS based crime analytics hubCustomization and configuration of 'Geo-Crime Analysis'Capacity building and training activitiesOperations and maintenance services for a period of five years from the date of nation-wide “Go live” of 'Geo-Crime Analysis'
10 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Broad Level Architecture External AgenciesCentral NCRBPassportHealthcareAnalyst Work SpaceServer FarmsIVFRTPolice CADBI DashboardGIS Analyst'Geo-Crime Analysis' ApplicationWebDatabaseAuthenticationObject Search EngineWeb ServicesTransportSocial NetworkExtract, Transform and Load (ETL)RGITelecom SPState NCRBE-CourtsFinanceAnalyst Work SpaceServer FarmsGIS Data UpdationGIS DesktopGIS AnalystDatabaseImageGIS DesktopMIS RDBMSExisting – CCTNS IGIS RDBMSDocument RepositoryExistingTriple StoreGIS Data ProvidersUnified and Secured Geospatial Environment (USGE)SOIServicesConfigurationForest Dept.GIS Data CollationSecurity & AuthenticationCatalogueSecurity ConfigAlerts ConfigNRSAData ModellingMonitoring & AuditingData MappingMonitor & Audit ConfigNCRB
11 Integration of these maps with the 'Geo-Crime Analysis' application GIS Data ManagementNCRB will provide base map with additional vectors layers (map) relevant to the Police department forStreetsPolice station and beat boundariesDistrict boundariesState boundaries andInternational boundaries etc.Integration of these maps with the 'Geo-Crime Analysis' application
12 'Geo-Crime Analysis' - Basic GIS functionalities required Measure Distance ToolSearchesMeasure XY valuesPin MappingBasic GISMeasure Area ToolThematic MappingRoutingBuffer AnalysisDrawing featuresTemporal AnalysisSearch for a CrimeMarkup Tools
24 Hot Spot Mapping Definition: Options: Benefits: Extract areas where the concentration of incidents is highIdentify clusters in geographic spaceOptions:Simple one click generationAdvanced modes – assign weights, choose normalizationBenefits:Distills complex information into a simple pictureEffective communication products for public educationHelps direct assets where they are most neededPublic Disturbance 2004Public Disturbance 2004Domestic Dispute 2004
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31 Semantic Analysis…..contd Based on a language-specific network of idioms it:Extracts entitiesExtracts inter-entity linksConceptsEvents / factsCategorizes into customer specific subjects/categories, or into human general categoriesSummarizes the text
38 Benefits of 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Insights through analysis of data from disparate data sourcesAll existing crime data gets geocodedGIS based location context for effective analysis & visualizationEnable multiple analytical scenarios – Hotspot, Predictive, Change over time, Incident, Suspect Analysis etc.Provides seamless collaboration capability with multiple agenciesEnhance Crime & Criminal tracking functions improve efficiency and effectiveness of policing