“Haryana 100,” a Centralized Police Control Room to be set up-Manoher Lal.
Chandigarh, Nov 8– “Haryana 100,” a Centralized Police Control Room equipped with 600 vehicles, CCTV management, software and hardware systems, will also be integrated with fire services, Ambulance services, disaster management, women helpline, banking security for cash van tracking, and other intelligence inputs.
The foundation stone of the modern project, being set up over 2.6 acres at a cost of Rs 153 crore, was laid by the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, at Panchkula, near here, today.
Giving details of the project, the Director General of Police, Mr B.S. Sandhu, said work on this ambitious project would be completed before November 1, 2018. The Police Emergency Response System would give prompt, efficient, integrated and citizen-friendly emergency response to the public on issues of safety and security anytime and anywhere in the state.
Mr Sandhu said under this project, a Call Centre would receive calls from the entire state and a trained Police Dispatch Centre would direct the dedicated response vehicle to reach the location in shortest possible time. The system would integrate citizen feedback to ensure dynamic improvements.
The Centralized Police Control Room would have the facility of call centre, training centre, CCTV management, disaster management centre, health management centre, traffic management, law and order management centre among others. The building would also have rain water harvesting system, solar power panels for light and fan loads, and energy conservation code.