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Their two Way Radio will have GPRS to enable higher-ups to track their location
Traffic police carrying walkie-talkies will no longer be able to lie about their location to their higher-ups. If they are not in the junction allotted to them, their walkie-talkies will nail their lie, thanks to the GPRS loaded on them.
The new versions will be monitored from the Traffic Management Centre (TMC) where the control room is located. B Dayananda, additional commissioner of police (traffic and security), said, "Within a second of the personnel responding to the call, his location will be traced by those monitoring at the TMC. Each of the existing instruments were used by two constables; one from the first shift and the other from the second. This created a further problem of trying to know who was using it and where. Now every cop will be given an individual instrument with a GPRS connection."
The traffic police will start using the new walkie-talkies from the second week of April. In the first phase, 250 sets will be given to cops manning important junctions in the city. The total requirement is 1,000 sets for entire city.
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