Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation Shri Amit Shah inaugurated a two-day anti-terror conference organized by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in New Delhi on October 05 highlighted the creation of data bases by the Ministry of Home.
These include the following -
Inter-Operable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) -- CCTNS implemented in 99.93% i.e. 16,733 police stations, 22 thousand courts have been connected to e-Court and about 2 crore prisoner data available through e-Prison, 1 crore through e-Prosecution.
More than 17 lakh prosecution data available and more than 17 lakh forensic data from e-forensics.
Similarly, the National Automated Fingerprint Identification System (NAFIS) has more than 90 lakh fingerprint records.
Under Integrated Monitoring of Terrorism (i-MoT), data of 22 thousand terrorist cases is available for monitoring UAPA registered cases.
Data of more than 5 lakh narco-offenders is available under NIDAN, i.e. National Integrated Database on Arrested Narco-Offenders.
Data of about 1 lakh human traffickers is available under the National Database of Human Trafficking Offenders (NDHTO).
Data of more than 14 lakh alerts is available under Crime Multi Agency Center (Cri-MAC).
Data of more than 28 lakh complaints is available on the National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal (NCRP).
Biometric database of prisoners and information about their visitors is available in the Prison Database.
Apart from this, the national level terrorism database of the NIA is also available.
Shri Amit Shah said that there should be a common training module for all central and state-level counter-terrorism agencies, so that uniformity can be brought in the methodology of fighting against terrorism.