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Home Minister inspects construction of ICCC
Home Minister inspects construction of ICCC

Home Minister inspects construction of ICCC

Hyderabad: Telangana Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali on Tuesday inspected the construction site of Integrated Command and Control Center at Banjara Hills, along with DGP Mahender Reddy, Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar, Joint CP A.R.Srinivas and other senior police officials.

Speaking to media persons after the visit, Home Minister said that the ICCC was part of modernization of Police Department which was taken up after the formation of Telangana State.

He said the ICCC would help in maintainance of Law & Order and make Telangana a safe and secured state in all dimensions. He said Integrated Police Command and Control Center was being constructed at a cost of over Rs. 350 crores.

It is a Iconic Building with G+19 and G+14 Storied Twin Towers and will deliver Policing Services of Global Standards with various Technology Applications like; Video analytics connected to over one lakh CCTV Cameras, Giant Video Hall, Traffic Management Technologies, Crime Control Process, Control Sensors, Network Devices, Geographical Information System (GIS),Integrated with Dial 100, Fire, Ambulance, TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio).

It will have Video and Audio Conferencing Center with State and National Level Departments and Agencies This Center will cater to the needs of Crime Analysis and Monitoring, Housing Anti-Terror Commando Teams, Quick Reaction Teams City Disaster Response Unit, Crowd Control Teams with Helipad (Heli Base) at the Roof Top of the Building.

This Building will have a modern and State-of-Art facilities and work as One-Stop Center for Incident Management System like; Disaster Response & Crisis Management greatly useful in emergencies & crisis for other departments like Revenue, GHMC, Roads and Buildings, Health and Transport , Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, GOC Armed Forces, Cantonment, South Central Railway and many more. Thus, it will work as World Class Multi Agency Operations Center and a Technology Fusion Center.

The Home Minister said that the construction work of the Center was almost complete and various internal and external works were being done.

He instructed for speedy completion of the remaining works to make the center ready for inauguration at the earliest. The work is going on in full swing, he said. (INN)

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