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About Police Department

In the good old times, the Police, as per Sir Walter Lawrence, constituted of 1000 village watchmen or "Chowkidars" who were vigilant and inquisitorial abilities. They were mostly drawn from the "Doom" caste of the population known for their excellent detection and transmission of intelligence. It was in the year 1873 AD that formal Police force came into existence with one Police officer known as Kotwal and 14 Thanedars for Srinagar City. This nuclear force would control crime and take care of Law and order situations with help of Chowkidars and "Harkars", who were paid by the population out of their annual agricultural produce on a voluntary basis. It was in 1913 that the state requisitioned the service of an imperial Police officer on deputation and appointed Mr. Broadway as the first Inspector General of Police in June, 1913.

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  • Multiple channel to access services from police.
  • Simplified process for tracking petitions and FIRs.
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  • For creating electronic signatures, the signer is required to obtain a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) from a Certifying Authority (CA) licensed by the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) under the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000. Before a CA issues a DSC, the identity and address of the signer must be verified. The private key used for creating the electronic signature is stored in hardware cryptographic token which is of one time use. This current scheme of in-person physical presence, paper document based identity & address verification and issuance of hardware cryptographic tokens does not scale to a billion people. For offering fully paperless citizen services, mass adoption of digital signature is necessary. A simple to use online service is required to allow everyone to have the ability to digitally sign electronic documents.

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  • The Portal of Jammu and Kashmir is in compliance with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 level A and thus enables people with visual impairments access the Portal using assistive technologies such as screen readers.
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