AI based database to solve similar crimes quicker, Centre

The Centre is involved in developing an Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Natural Language Processing (NLP)-based database of modus operandi various criminal gangs or individuals use to commit crimes to help police solve such cases faster as well as help them learn about the new methods adopted by criminals. People familiar with the matter revealed, The Modus Operandi Bureau (MOB), the database, will have over 100 modus operandi or trademark of criminals/accused persons involved in crimes till date. It will be updated from time to time depending on new crimes. 

Under the union home ministry’s supervision, the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) is developing the database. It will be accessible to all 16,000 odd police stations across the country through Crime and Criminals Tracking Network Systems (CCTNS). NCRB is also working on voice analysis to identify the criminals issuing threats/ransom calls over the phone. A database of voice samples of arrested criminals is being created in the CCTNS for that, said another official.

Police across states can read the modus operandi and avert incidents, for instance, if there is a serial killer on the loose. Earlier when the records were maintained in notebooks, and searching those cards for finding involvement of a possible criminal used to be manual and the investigating officers would visit local modus operandi bureau at the state level for relevant research. With national digital MOB, an officer can check everything on his desktop or laptop, which makes preventing a crime in a more fast phase. 

11 Coal Miners Shot Dead After Being Kidnapped in Pakistan

Two people arrested for smuggling of drugs in Kolkata

Ranchi: Process of crime increasing rapidly, head of woman found in forest

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -