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Telengana CM inaugurates an elite new command control centre for the Hyderabad police.

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Hyderabad: The Telangana Police Integrated Command and Control Center was opened on Thursday afternoon by Chief Minister KCR at Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. The command control centre building was built to the highest standards and with the most modern technologies for about Rs. 600 crores. It took about six years to build. Through this centre, the police department oversees the 10 lakh CCTV cameras located throughout Telangana. From here, it coordinates all departments so they can act quickly in an emergency. As a result, the surveillance of peace and security will be improved.

Officials claim that the building is environmentally friendly, making the most of natural light through its glass façade and reducing energy use by up to 50%. No wood was utilised in the construction, only recyclable materials. On the land itself, there are solar panels with a 0.5 megawatt maximum output and wastewater treatment facilities. For landscaping and other amenities like a gym and health and wellness centre, up to 35% of the area has been set aside. A 360-degree viewing gallery and a museum that chronicles the history of the Telangana police are also located on the 14th and 15th levels.

The facility, which was completed in 2016 and cost a total of Rs 600 crore, also features a helipad on top, a disaster and crisis management centre, a data centre, and a war room connected to thousands of security cameras that provide a live feed from all across the city.

The complete cutting-edge complex, which spans five towers and 6.42 lakh square feet, features a 480-seat theatre, 600 four-wheeler parking spaces, and 350 two-wheeler parking spaces. The 273-foot-tall building was conceptualised and intended to combine back-end technical assistance with field-level law enforcement.

This police command control centre will require data centre equipment, which should be imported from Belgium and Germany. The government will allocate Rs. 45 crores, according to official sources, must be released. The command control centre will probably take some time to fully operational despite the fact that the building work has been finished because the data centre equipment has not yet arrived. Additionally, from this centre, police personnel will keep an eye on all of the CCTV cameras in the city. On one floor, a big LED screen will be set up for this.
The Hyderabad Police Commissionerate and all of its verticals will be housed in the twenty-story Tower A. When Anurag Sharma served as director general of police (DG) and M Mahendar Reddy, the current DGP, served as commissioner of police in Hyderabad, the project got underway. The police commissioner’s office would be on Tower A’s 18th floor.

The fifteen floors of Tower B will include technology fusion centres, along with backups for other wings like the Dial 100 emergency response system, women’s safety, cybercrime, the drugs cell, criminal detection, and an incubator.
A 480-seat auditorium is built up over three floors in Tower C, while Tower D is designated as a media and training centre. On the fourth, fifth, and sixth floors of Tower E will be the command control and data centre, which will house numerous state government offices for improved cooperation. Additionally, it will contain a war room, a receiving room, and CCTV surveillance capabilities.

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