Telangana State Police Integrated Command Control Centre (TSPICCC) achieved two major milestones in improving public safety and coordination among government bodies. They have officially become a Multi-Agency Operations Centre (MAOC) and have added 2,306 new cameras to their existing network. The cameras were funded by the safe city project and were installed across the Tri-Commissionerate.
Telangana Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali inaugurated the new network of cameras on Monday. He praised the Telangana State police for their use of advanced technology and practices, making them one of the best police forces in the country. Telangana has 64% of all cameras in the nation, which is a commendable achievement. The Home Minister specifically commended Hyderabad Commissioner CV Anand and his team for their dedication to adding advanced cameras to the network.
The Director of TSPICC, C V Anand, spoke about the progress made since the centre’s inauguration. He mentioned the expansion of the centre and the integration of camera feeds and sensor data from other departments. TSPICCC has now transformed into a full-fledged MAOC and Disaster Management Centre. This year, the centre will monitor events like Ganesh immersions and Milad Juloos.
During the event, the Home Minister also inaugurated a war room, which allows top government officials and department heads to quickly respond to crises. They can make decisions promptly to mitigate any issues that arise. Additionally, a viewer’s gallery has been opened to the public, giving them an inside view of the centre’s operations.
Overall, this new network of cameras enhances Telangana’s capacity to ensure public safety and coordination among various government bodies.