Kathmandu, November 8:

The Police Headquarters is in the final stages of introducing a computerised information system in the valley.According to the headquarters, each of the police office in the valley will have a computer that contains comprehensive information about its area of operation.

“Advanced computerised information system is expected to help the police force perform its work easily,” the deputy inspector general of police at the Valley Police Office, Krishna Basnet, said, hoping that the system will be instrumental in making the valley a safer place.

“The computers will contain all the information on the localities, including the number of houses, number of people living in every house, roads and alleyways, number of listed criminals in the area and possible exits of criminals,” the spokesperson for the Nepal Police, Ramesh Chand, said. There are 14 area police offices, 17 ward police offices, 73 police offices and 39 police beats in the valley.