By Amresh Srivastava
New Delhi, Nov. 4 (SocialNews.XYZ) In an effort to make the radio communication system safe and secure in the country, the Home Office (MHA) has planned to install integrated surveillance system solutions to prevent radiocommunication security violations. on high frequency (HF), very high frequency (VHF) and ultra high frequency (UHF) police radio networks.
According to the sources, the Wireless Police Coordination Directorate (DCPW) under the leadership of the MHA, will implement integrated solutions for the radio surveillance system across the country.
Citing the reason for this decision, the sources further said that anti-social and anti-national elements could endanger national security by penetrating the existing police communication system and could take advantage of any vital information to engage in activities. anti-national and aversive.
Thus, the radio networks of the state police, Union territory and central armed police forces are essential to monitor for effective cross-checking and to ensure the integrity of their communication procedure, the source added.
Officials, aware of this development, said that the MHA from time to time issues guidelines regarding radio communications security that must be strictly adhered to by all police organizations to ensure flawless communication.
They also added that the DCPW planned to perform the task of automatically monitoring the police radio networks of the State Police, UTs, CAPFs by random selection of “police frequencies” and to report violations of the law. security thus detected, to be sent to user services. for corrective action.
As per the requirements, the Wireless Police Coordination Directorate aims to deploy surveillance systems or receivers at the 31 Interstate Wireless Police (ISPW) sites and Delhi.
DCPW operates a 24 hour ISPW network through its 31 stations in all state / UT capitals to broadcast emerging messages regarding law and order. It has an extensive network of Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSAT) spread across the country and extending connectivity to all districts, state headquarters and the national capital of Delhi through its satellite network, to namely Police Network (POLNET).
This satellite network has been actively involved in facilitating communication between the various state police forces, CAPF. The Branch has a high-frequency (HF) communications network established at its headquarters and Interstate Wireless Police Stations (ISPWs) located in all state capitals and UTs.
The DCPW is a nodal advisory body to the Ministry of the Interior for telecommunications of the country’s police and for the definition of technical specifications of communication equipment to be installed in the police force.
It also acts as a nodal coordination agency for the various police communication services of the States, UT, CAPF. Radiocommunication security issues for all states, UT police and CAPFs are also coordinated by the DCPW.