As part of an international training program on Audit of E-governance, 37 delegates from 25 countries visited the Telangana State Police Integrated Command Control Centre (TSPICCC) in Hyderabad. The delegates were impressed with the police infrastructure and its use of technology to enhance law enforcement capabilities.
During the visit, the delegates were given a briefing on the engineering features of the building and an overview of the technology fusion center, crisis management center, CCTVs, and analytics features of the CCC. They also learned about police operations, technical aspects, administrative coordination, and other important aspects.
The concept of the war room and the integration of IT applications were explained by Pushpha, SP (technical), who emphasized how all government agencies work together to deliver public services and provide swift responses during calamities. A power point presentation showcased how the facility aggregates information from multiple applications, CCTVs, and traffic sensors deployed across the State.
The tech team also demonstrated how the application works behind the scenes to trigger alerts for crowd gathering, geo-fence alerts, unattended baggage, and traffic congestion.
The delegates were impressed by the iconic structure of the TSPICCC and later visited the museum, helipad, auditorium, and other wings in the building. They were also briefed on the evolution of the city police, its functioning, and the modernization efforts after the formation of the state.
In addition, the delegates had a meeting with ParimalaHananutan, Ic & Joint CP (admin), City Police, where they had the opportunity to interact with J Surender Reddy, SP(admin), TSPICCC, and other officers.