• Scientific tools improve conviction rate, says DGP Mahender Reddy

    Hyderabad: Fingerprint is a great tool to nab offenders and prosecute them successfully, according to Director-General of Police M Mahender Reddy. Speaking at the valedictory function of the two-day 19th All India Conference

  • Technology at finger tips, Telangana cops crack 641 cases

    HYDERABAD: Fingerprints left behind by culprits have helped police nab criminals umpteen times. Incidentally, Telangana police could solve mystery behind the death of 68 unknown persons by using PAPILLON technology.

  • Interstate burglar held, property worth 16.52 lakh recovered

    Police have arrested an interstate house burglar and recovered stolen property worth Rs 16.52 lakh from his possession on Friday. According to Commissioner of Police Tafseer Iqbal, one Sirisetty Ravichander,

  • Warangal police acquire fingerprint detection equipment

    The City police acquired modern fingerprint detection equipment on Thursday and it will replace the old system in vogue since 1999.

  • New fingerprint scanner helps city cops create crime database.

    The recently introduced Automatic Finger Print Identification System has helped city police to gather past offences of a house robbery case accused said by Cyberabad police.

  • Cheddi gang found

    Cheddi gang members who terrorize people, Rachakonda police made them arrest on Wednesday. Their fingerprints were collected with the help of "Papillon" technology and identified as Gujarat Kishan Badhia, Raoji Badhia and Bharat Singh. They turned out to have a criminal history.

  • Crime 'history' into records

    Amaravathi: Depending on the nature of the crime, it is possible to make an estimate of who committed the crime. If a small clue is found, the culprit can be arrested.. Key evidence can be gathered to ensure that the apprehended criminal is punished.

  • Defendants fingerprints is stores in the Fingerprint Bureau database

    The National Crime Records Bureau is available on the fingerprint data collected by all state police departments in that regard. As of the end of May this year, 11,68,775 fingerprints were available in the database. This includes 15,718 fingerprints from Interpol for our database analysis.

  • CCS police arrested the criminals within 48 hours of the incident

    CP Ravinder said that at the Warangal Police Commissionerate, we are cracking down on crime with the latest technology. A fingerprint device used to control crime was unveiled in front of reporters.

  • Crime control with modern technology

    Warangal Police Commissioner G. Sudheer Babu said that crime can be controlled with modern technology and he launched automated fingerprint identification system.

  • For the first time in the country, the Telangana Police has used the state-of-the-art Papillon (Automated Fingerprint Identification System).

    Whether it is murder, theft or any other crime, the fingerprints found are important in criminal investigation. In most cases the perpetrators are identified on the basis of these.

  • 30-year-old fingerprints that caught the accused.

    Fingerprints were collected 30 years ago. The accused has been identified in a theft case that took place 3 years ago.


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