Ict Is An Integral Strategy For Crimes Prevention And Detection
Academic Leadership - Online Journal,
Vol. 21 No. 6 (2020): Vol-21-Issue-6-June-2020
Over the years, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has turned our cultures and has been impossible in the past, into an essential part of one's existence. And over half of civilization in the world is digitally connected, and the direction it is moving would grow more. In India, for example, there is a transformation in the application of ICT in almost all disciplines. ICT, though, not only offers advantages but at the same time has risks in the context of cybercrime. Today, cybercrime is growing as a significant global threat in cyberspace. It affects all stakeholders from agencies, business sectors, civil society organizations, and even individual citizens. ICT and other emerging tools are now a valuable resource for reacting to criminals, intervening in policing hotspots, addressing serious offenses, tracking personnel morale, and several other tasks. Technologies such as CCTV, ICT tools, heat control, biometrics, GPS tracking, Web and telephone services are used for the deterrence, identification, analysis, and prosecution of violence in the law enforcement and defense industries. The text suggested that a range of strategies for identifying and stopping crime based on the usage of ICT-related devices such as CCTV, GPS, surveillance systems, etc. could be widely implemented.
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