Telangana Police Command Control Centre to be ready by Dec.

It is expected to deliver police services of global standards

The Integrated Police Command Control Centre, coming up at Banjara Hills for better monitoring of law and order in the State, would be completed by December this year.

It will have four towers, a data centre and command control centre with a total built-up area of 6.2 lakh square feet at an estimated cost of ₹350 crore.

Home Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali, while responding to TRS MLA Danam Nagender on Tuesday, said that the Command Control Centre would deliver police services of global standards and would be connected with over one lakh CCTVs, traffic management technologies, crime control process and act as a one-stop hub for incident management system.

It would also act as a multi-agency operation centre for quick contact with departments such as Fire, Disaster Management, Revenue, GHMC, R&B and Health.

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