Message from the Director's Desk

 

National Crime Records Bureau, an attached office of Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India was established in 1986 with a mandate to empower Indian Police with information technology solutions and criminal intelligence to enable them to enforce the law effectively.
The computerization of the police forces in India started in 1971. NCRB started CCIS in the year 1995, CIPA in 2004 and finally CCTNS in 2009. The CCTNS connects approximately 12794 police stations and 6000 higher offices in the country. CCTNS once fully functional, will allow search for a criminal / suspect on a national data base apart from providing various services to the citizens through Citizen Portal. In future, it is also proposed to connect Police, Courts, Prosecution, Prisons and Forensic Labs into an Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) ...read more >>

 
 
 
 
NEWS & EVENTS

    Release of Crime in India 2016 - Statistics by Hon'ble Union Home Minister on 30-Nov-2017   Inauguration of BPR&D new head quarter building at Mahipalpur, New Delhi by Hon'ble Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh on 08-Sept-2017   Digital Police Portal under CCTNS Project launched by Hon'ble Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh from National Data Centre, NIC, Shastri Park, New Delhi on 21st Aug 2017   Digital India Awards 2016 - Open Data Championship Award conferred upon NCRB   NCRB Celebrated its 32nd Inception Day 2017   XVIII All India Conference of Directors of Finger Print Bureaux at HPA, Madhuban, Haryana On 30th & 31st , March, 2017 (Thursday & Friday)   Inauguration of Foreign Training of police officers from Myanmar on 17.04.2017   Meeting of DG(Prison) of all States/UTs on 05.05.2017   Crime Data Analytics Workshop held on 12-May-2017   International Yoga Day observed at NCRB on 21.06.2017   Finger Print Sub-Inspector training held at CBI Academy

WHAT WE DO
                 
       
COMPUTER & SYSTEM   CRIME RECORDS   CRIME STATISTICS   CFPB   TRAINING

Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & System. Connecting over 12794 police stations and 6000 higher offices in the country.

 

Crime Records for Citizens. Missing persons, Un-identified Dead Bodies report, Stolen/Recovered vehicles report.

 

Crime Records for Citizens. Missing persons, Un-identified Dead Bodies report, Stolen/Recovered vehicles report.

 

Central Finger Print Bureau. Matching finger print records of criminals using National Database of finger prints.

 

One of the objectives of NCRB is to provide training in IT and Finger Print Science for capacity building in Police Forces in the country/abroad

                 
 
APPLICATIONS
 
       
     
VAHAN SAMANVAY   FAKE CURRENCY SYSTEM   TALASH SYSTEM   PORTRAIT BUILDING SYSTEM
           

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PUBLICATIONS
 
       
SINCE 1953   SINCE 1967   SINCE 1995   SINCE 1997   NCRB on Data Portal