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Locked House Monitoring System to be introduced

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The app generates a unique ID, which should be remembered or stored or written somewhere. When the family of the user is planning a trip, the user requests police watch by entering the unique ID. Then a confirmation message will be sent to the Police Control Room, local station house officer, along with the user. The police watch team will reach the registered home and fixes a surveillance system

Ongole: The Andhra Pradesh Police Department will introduce Locked House Monitoring System in the state soon. By registering with their residence details through an app, the public will get police watch service while they were away from home.

Highlights:

  • By registering with their residence details through an app, the public will get police watch service while they are away from home
  • In this system, the public downloads the app into their android mobile or iPhone. At the residence, the app user registers with the details like name, address and contact numbers
  • App generates a unique ID, which should be remembered or stored or written somewhere. When the family of the user is planning a trip, the user requests police watch by entering the unique ID. Then a confirmation message will be sent to the Police Control Room, local station house officer, along with the user

The Locked House Monitoring System, which was already in the list of services by police, got a digital outlook. In the traditional way, the public need to visit the local police station to inform their absence at the home. Then the police will assign a beat constable to check the house at regular intervals. This service is now adorned a new look as Locked House Monitoring System AP police app to help the public and police with technology.

The Locked House Monitoring System police app is tested in Anantapur and the police department expressed satisfaction over its output. In this system, the public downloads the app into their android mobile or iPhone. At the residence, the app user registers with the details like name, address, contact numbers.

The app generates a unique ID, which should be remembered or stored or written somewhere. When the family of the user is planning a trip, the user requests police watch by entering the unique ID. Then a confirmation message will be sent to the Police Control Room, local station house officer, along with the user. The police watch team will reach the registered home and fixes a surveillance system to monitor the house continuously.

The surveillance system consists of a CCTV camera with the motion sensor, a power cord for the camera, a data card for internet, an alarm and an UPS for power backup.

The system will be fixed in a hidden place to monitor the room where valuables were stored. If the camera detects, the motion of a human being, it starts recording the movement and triggers the alarm at the house to alert neighbours and sends the live feed to the owner, local police station and Control Room to help the police reach the spot within no time.

Prakasam district police are now opened registrations through the app for the public of Ongole and Chirala towns. Prakasam district Superintendent of Police Bhusarapu Satya Yesubabu, said, “We request the public to register with the app, only sitting at their residence because the coordinates of the location sent to the server are not changeable.

The public can request for the police watch from any location, we suggest they apply for it at least three hours before they leave the house to help the police team fix the system. In Prakasam district, we are starting with 50 systems in Ongole and Chirala and will gradually include other towns. This is a free service by the department as we believe prevention the crime is better than the investigation later.”

By Naresh Nandam

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