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Modernization in RPF

Introduction to Modern Gadgets

1. DFMD DOOR FRAME METAL DETECTORS – WALK-THROUGH METAL DETECTORS

A Door Frame Metal Detector (DFMD) as the name suggests is a metal detector fitted in a door to detect metal that may be hidden o­n the body of the person passing through this door. This is also known as a “walk through” metal detector. These are used for security screening at access points in prisons, courthouses, and at airports to detect concealed metal weapons o­n a person’s body.


2.  Hand Held Metal Detectors

RPF staff are often required to scan patrons as they enter the premises and are also employing these devices to beef up their security. High quality hand held metal detectors will find concealed knives and weapons, foil wrapped drugs and other concealed metallic objects.


3. Baggage Scanners

Scanners can detect steel and non-metallic objects o­n the exterior of the body. Contrary to popular belief they cannot see inside body cavities or diagnose disease.

4. Under Vehicle Surveillance System

UVSS solutions are designed to scan, monitor, and digitally record crisp, clear digital video images of the entire width of a vehicle’s undersides—all with o­ne permanent or portable system.

5. CCTV in public places

CCTV is designed to help prevent and detect crime.  It can reassure the public about community safety. It is located in public places to:

  • provide evidence to relevant enforcement agencies
  • maintain public order
  • prevent antisocial behaviour and nuisance
  • provide reassurance
  • promote economic well being

Cameras record images twenty four hours every day. CCTV operators watch lives images at strategic times in a local monitoring suite. If they notice criminal activity o­n camera, they can direct police response to the incide

Details of Modern Gadgets of SWR:

DIVISION

DFMD

HHMD

Baggage scanner

UVSS

W/Ts

Cameras

Bomb Squad Equip

Under proposal

HQ

-

-

-

-

05

04

-

-

UBL

13

56

01

-

107

07

-

-

SBC

26

39

02

03

255

29

01

04 (B/S)

MYS

11

15

01

01

131

19

-

03 (B/S)

Total

50

110

04

04

498

59

01

07

Details of CCTV under various schemes:

Sl. No.

Name of the station were CCTV is provided

No of Cameras

Under ISS

Under VSS

Under other works

Total

PTZ

Fixed

PTZ

Fixed

PTZ

Fixed

01

Hubli

0

00

0

19

18

22

59

02

Hosapete

0

0

0

22

0

0

22

03

Ballary

0

0

2

31

0

0

33

04

Belagavi

0

0

3

37

0

0

40

05

Vasco-da-gama

0

0

3

33

0

0

36

06

Koppal

0

0

0

0

08

0

08

07

Londa

0

0

0

0

13

0

13

08

Dharward

0

0

0

0

0

06

06

09

Vijayapura

0

0

3

22

0

0

25

10

Castle Rock

0

0

0

0

10

0

10

11

Bengaluru

71

0

0

0

0

0

71

12

Yeshvantapur

35

0

0

0

0

0

35

13

Bangarpet

0

0

2

34

0

0

36

14

Bengaluru Cont

0

0

1

28

0

0

29

15

Krishnarajpuram

0

0

1

29

0

0

30

16

Satya Sai Prashanti Nilyam

0

0

0

26

0

0

26

17

Kengeri

0

0

1

14

0

15

18

Yelahanka

0

0

0

0

02

02

19

Hosur

0

0

0

0

0

02

02

20

Whitefield

0

0

0

0

0

02

02

21

Tumkur

0

0

0

0

0

02

02

22

Chikkabanawar

0

0

0

0

0

02

02

23

Baiyyappanahalli

0

0

0

0

0

02

02

24

Malur