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Police Computer Centre(UPPCC)

U.P. Police Computer Centre

Office : Police Bhawan, 7th floor, 4th Tower, near Ekana Stadium, Gomti Nagar Vistar, Lucknow

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Under the Modernization of state police forces, a nucleus cell was created in 1979 for computerisation of crime/criminal records and it was placed under administrative control of Technical Services in 1984. The Out dated computers were replaced by the Celeron based Computers and further these are augmented by latest windows10 and windows 11 with 64 bit computers. The computers provided in the district are expected to be in Net work with the server at the state headquarters as and when Virtual Police Network becomes operational, in the meanwhile it is decided to use NIC NET for exchange of information at faster speed. Through the initiative of the UP Police Headquarters, several Headquarters Units, and the Offices of the Zonal IG's and Range DIG's were provided Local Area Network (LAN) for running the department's specific regimes.

Making up a Scientific Cadre : In the year 2002 for facilitating more qualitative work in the modernization of UP police, this cell of UP Police has been accorded the status of separate cadre, so more technically qualified personnel can be appointed in this to operationalise in-house R&D for facilitating the police Investigation, Digital record keeping, cyber crime analysis etc. This cadre has its own Non gazetted staff service rules made in 2002 later amended in 2011 making it within the purview of Police Act (making it a cadre under the Police Act), empowered with its cadre recruitment for the technically qualified Computer Diploma holder equivalent to "o" level to "A" level, at the post of Computer Operator Grade A, Computer Operator Grade B, Computer Operator Grade C, Programmer Grade-2. Click below to read Service Rules

Main Activities of Police Computer Center :

  • Strategy Formulation for Hardware.
  • Software Development.
  • Training of Personnel.
  • Coordination of Computerization & Networking.
  • Management of central databases.
  • Maintenance of Police Website.
  • Creation of Police- Public Interfaces by providing web enabled Solutions.

For effective functioning the Unit is divided into following sections :

  • Training Section
  • Website Section
  • Software Development Section

Training Section: National Crime Record Bureau New Delhi, under the rules of Ministry of Home Affairs Govt of India has established a Regional Police Computer Training Centre UP Lucknow for imparting computer training to the police officers of 10 northern states in 1991. Regional Police Computer Training Centre, Lucknow has so far trained a large number of Police officers of various states under this scheme. In view of the requirement of trained manpower to operate the computers, the above effort of the NCRB designed programmes have been supplemented by few additional Computer Courses for gazetted and non-gazetted officers of UP Police personnel as well. The future Initiatives of MHA is to digitalise the registration of First Information Report & the whole of Investigation as well, for which the Project named Crime & Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS) is under progress, the training of personnel for implementation of the work under this project will be imparted at this centre,s training Lab also along with the Districts.

Computer Training: - Click here to visit Training Page

Website Section : Pillar of modernization a fully informative website having URL is hosted on a well secure environment of NIC Bhubaneswar, Odisha web server. Public can read in the Press Room section, the reality behind the incident that published in media. The information about various police units, its working, address, telephone numbers, information of New events etc is available on the portal. The futures initiatives include many more information & activities online along with recruitment applications, tender applications, FIR progress reports etc.

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