The Bathinda police proposed to equip their traffic police with car cameras that support WiFi. The police have even begun to build a control room and soon issued an order for 100 such cameras, which would cost them 3.2 million rupees.
Since the device supports WiFi, the recorded clips will be streamed to the main control room in real time, while the unedited records will be used as evidence of disputes. These cameras are used to collect evidence and record conversations with the public when challenges are issued.
To make the system more transparent, the camera that will be part of your uniform will also record every conversation between the traffic police officer (on duty) and the driver.
As a pilot project, the traffic police will purchase about 100 such cameras and will test them citywide. The camera is equipped with a system in which the recorded clips are transmitted to the main control room in real time. The Bathinda Police Department also plans to add cell phone jammer to its equipment to prevent traffic offenders from making phone calls to use his influence.