The economic benefit of effective policing, to prevent crime, is obvious. But so are the broader benefits to a nation. The vulnerable are protected, citizens are more productive, and businesses are more likely to invest where they feel secure. The path to achieving the country’s target of USD 5 trillion economy will facilitated through critical transformation of Law Enforcement Agencies.
The current model of Policing, which was developed during the British Raj is no longer suitable to tackle new age criminals in India. It has been witnessed that the environment in which Indian Police operate has undergone dramatic shifts. They are now overburdened and face difficulties in enforcing law of the land, as they are now challenged by rising expectations of citizens, growing sophistication of crime and budgetary constraints of police departments.
Over the years, crime investigation has taken a back seat. According to the Ministry of Home Affairs data, the conviction rate of crimes committed under Indian Penal Code has dropped from 62.7% in 1972, to 46.8% in 2016. To make matters worse, in crime against women, the rate of conviction is only 18.9% and the remaining cases resulted in acquittals. The primary reasons behind low conviction rate in India are insufficient evidence collection by investigating cops along with under-funded and over-burdened forensic laboratories.
During the DsGP/ IsGP Conference held in 2016, the Hon’ble Prime Minister expressed his views that Young Police officers need to train sub-ordinates on latest technologies, techniques in investigation, trend in crime etc. Hence, for effective implementation of resolution passed in the Conference, FICCI partnered with BPR&D to organise this two-day Police Expo with the theme ‘Predictive Policing & Contemporary Challenges for Indian Police Forces’ on July 26-27, 2018 at BPR&D Hqrs, Mahipalpur, New Delhi.
FICCI in partnership with Haryana Police is now organising the second edition of the National-level Police Expo in Gurugram, Haryana on March 5-6, 2020. 3rd Young Superintendents of Police Conference will also be coinciding with Police Expo, which will be jointly organised by Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India and Haryana Police.
Police Expo 2020 would be focusing on the following objectives:
Hon'ble Prime Minister's vision of India a $5 trillion economy achievable only in a peaceful environment, ensured by a modern and efficient police force.
To showcase some of the initiatives and best practices in SMART Policing undertaken by Law Enforcement Agencies and boost the confidence of citizens in Police Forces. This can also boost the confidence of investors (especially foreign investors) in the State.
To exhibit latest technology and solutions in areas such as Body Armour, Mine Protection Vehicle, Non-Lethal Technologies, Advanced Weapons, Communication Equipment, Surveillance Equipment, Border & Coastal Security, Unmanned Vehicle (UAVs, Drones, Counter Drone), Cyber Security and cyber-crime management solutions, Big data & Predictive Analytics and Private Security.
To meet the emerging challenges faced by law enforcement agencies, new technologies/ equipment must be acquired. At present, there is no platform where exhibition of homeland security products, screening & field trials, and, product evaluation could take place. These activities will be undertaken at the Police Expo.
To get a diverse set of quality ideas from various stakeholders for improving Policing.
To promote Make-in-India for Homeland Security products in the State.
- ONLY programme to facilitate B2G meetings in Homeland Security
- Get YOUR Product / Technology EVALUATED from the Govt. Screening Committee
- The Committee will visit the booths of exhibiting companies and evaluate products & technologies relevant for policing under varied conditions.
- Committee recommendations will help you schedule meetings with CAPFs & State Police Forces to undertake field trials and pilot projects for possible customisation and subsequent adoption.
- BPR&D to publish review report of the evaluated product/ technology / solution through its website.
- The review report will support respective State Police Force/ CAPF in preparing QRs/Specification etc. for tender documents.
Whom Do You Expect to Visit from Police Modernisation
- Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India
- Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs)
- Intelligence Agencies
- State Police Forces
- Other Stakeholders
To get the maximum outcome from this programme, a Screening Committee consisting experts and senior police officers will also evaluate products and technologies of the exhibitors. The Committee will recommend the field trial for selected products and technologies for further acquisition by forces.
Profile of the Screening Committee
- Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), MHA
- Procurement heads of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) (BSF, CISF, CRPF, ITBP, SSB, NSG and Assam Rifles)
- Procurement heads of State Police Forces
- National Disaster Response Force (NDRF)
- Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO)
- Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)
- Indian Institute of Technology (IITs)
- Advanced Data Processing Research Institute (ADRIN)
- Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI)
Exhibition Focus Areas:
- New Age Body Armour
- Mine Protection Vehicles (MPV)
- Less Than Lethal Technologies
- Advance Weaponry (OFB Make)
- Latest Communication Equipment including Satellite Telephone
- Surveillance Equipment (Day & Night)
- Light Weight Boats for Coastal Security
- Drone & Anti-Drone Technologies
- Cyber Security/ Cyber Crime management
- Big Data & Predictive Analytics
- Private Security
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For Exhibition & Sponsorship
Mr. Ankit Gupta
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For Registration & Media
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