The Crime and Criminal Tracking and Network Systems (CCTNS) was commissioned in all the stations in the district on Friday.

A mission mode project of the Government of India, the CCTNS aims to automate and network all police stations across the country.

The details of all the 23,000 cases registered between 2002 and 2011 had been recorded in the CCTNS and the work on registering the other cases was in progress, according to official sources.

The main advantage of the CCTNS was that all police officials across the State can access, at the click of a mouse, the details and status of a case.

Computers had been provided at all stations and training had been given to police constables.

E.S. Uma, Superintendent of Police, commissioned the CCTNS at the station in Tirugokarnam here on Friday. She inaugurated the e-service through which members of the public, in need of any assistance, can prefer complaint with the police online.

Pudukottai is the 24th district to be covered under the CCTNS in the State.