CCIS or Crime and Criminal Information System was established in 1999 in Nepal. This application software is directly related to any kind of criminal cases and information regarding national crimes and criminals. Nepal Police issues police reports based on this software.
CCIS shares the information among different units of police;
- In order to maintain law and order.
- In order to investigate crime.
- In order to keep up-to-date criminal statistics.
Likewise, CRS (Criminal Record Sub-system) functions;
- In order to maintain the criminal data bank and keep up-to-date record of criminals and their unlawful activities .
- In order to keep the records of judiciary action against each and every criminal.
- In order to supply the criminal information to another sub-systems.
- To make entry of all criminal cases in database.
- To check criminal records in order to provide police report.
Current Activities and Achievements:
- In order to establish Central Record Bureau in Crime Investigation Department, an action plan has been formulated to merge Record Section, CRS Section & AFIS Section.
- CRS Section has been furnished with new computers, UPS, server, air conditioner, scanner printer etc.
- Installation of CCIS software has been completed in CIB, NDCB and Regional Police Offices, 9 District Police Offices and 5 Metro Circles.
- CRS basic training has been provided to 226 police personnel.
Fiscal Year - 070/071 B.S.
|S.No.||Year Entry & Update||Total|
|1||New Data Entry||16477|
|3||Police Report Check||1,15451|
- The CCIS software re-engineering is under the progress.
- The process of interlinking CCIS database for criminal cases with different governmental departments such as Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), National Parks and Wildlife Preservation Department, CDO Office, Department of Transport, Department of Immigration, Department of Customs and Military Court is underway.
- Establishment of Central Record Bureau in Crime Investigation Department.
- Expansion of CCIS database to all 75 districts to facilitate direct entry of database from the districts to the central database
- Establishment of 27 new workstations with 54 operators working double shifts in order to make entry of leftover cases.