INFORMATION SYSTEM (CCIS) software is being used at NCRB for
extracting data pertaining to Crime & Criminal and Property as received from
SCRBx and generating various reports. Used by CBI to ascertain the criminal
antecedents of arrested/wanted persons. Started since 1994 and almost all
the states have stopped reporting information on Crime and Criminals through
CCIS software except A&N Islands. The data is now being captured through
CAS(Common Application Software) under CCTNS project.
VAHAN SAMANVAY is an online Motor
Vehicle Coordination system, is designed for coordination of stolen and
recovered motor vehicles. Police, Regional Transport Offices and Insurance
Sector are the stakeholders of this system. A motor vehicle enquiry counter
for the convenience of the General Public is operational at NCRB at New
Delhi. Many State/UT Police Organizations are also operating Motor Vehicle
Enquiry Counters in their respective States/UTs for the convenience of
General Public. The enquiry service is also available online for the General
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MOTOR VEHICLE ENQUIRY
National Crime Records Bureau has introduced Motor Vehicle Enquiry Service
for General Public. The General Public can avail this service to know the
status of a motor vehicle
• Whether the vehicle has been recovered (in case it is reported as stolen
• Whether the vehicle has been reported as stolen by Police?
NCRB is providing this facility through post, through Motor Vehicle
Verification Counter and through Online Portal. The General Public may avail
the services as per their preferred mode. However, they are encouraged to
use online mode.
Motor Vehicle Enquiry Counter
A Motor Vehicle Enquiry Counter is functional at NCRB headquarter at New
Delhi since 05.01.2001. An individual can avail the service of this counter
on all working days (Monday to Friday) from 10:00 Hrs. to 12:30 Hrs. and
16.00 Hrs. to 17.00 Hrs.by paying a nominal fee of Rs.10/-. The individual
is required to fill the application form (available at counter) and enclose
the legible copy of following documents:
i. Identity proof
ii. Registration certificate of vehicle
iii. FIR (to know the recovered status of vehicle already reported stolen by
Only one application is accepted from each individual. Motor Vehicle Enquiry
Counters running at the States/UTs are listed below:
Arunachal Pradesh : Itanagar, Twang
UT of Chandigarh : Chandigarh
Gujarat : Rajkot
Himachal Pradesh : Bilaspur, Chamba, Hamirpur, Kangra, Kinnaur, Kullu, Mandi,
Shimla, Sirmaur, Solan Una.
J & K : Jammu
Karnataka : Bijapur, Chikmaglur, Hassan, Koppal
Punjab : Bhatinda, SAS Nagar, Faridkot, Ludhiana, Monga, Rupnagar (Ropar).
An individual can send Motor Vehicle Enquiry application through post also.
The applicant must ensure to enclose following with the application:
i. Indian Postal Order or Demand Draft of a bank for Rs.10/- in favour of
ii. Complete detail of motor vehicle, i.e. Registration Number, Engine
Number, Chassis Number, Type, Make, Manufacturing year of the vehicle
iii. Complete postal address of the applicant.
iv. Legible copy of FIR (to know the recovered status of vehicle already
reported stolen by police)
v. Legible copy of registration certificate
Only one application is accepted from an individual. The incomplete
application shall not be entertained and no correspondence shall be made in
this regard. The replies are intimated by ordinary post only.
Online motor vehicle enquiry
The motor vehicle enquiry service is also available online, which is free of
cost and no documentation is required. The individual may visit http://ncrb.nic.in/VahanSamanvay/Motor_Vehicle.htm
page. The individual is now required to select “General Public” option and
fill the particulars to get the result.
COLOUR PORTRAIT BUILDING SYSTEM (PBS)
helps to extract Face components like Head, Eye, Nose, Mouth, Chin etc.,
described by witness similar to criminal, from the digitized portraits
directory and assemble these components to construct face image of accused.
By using CPBS, NCRB has been assisting the Investigating Officers of States/UTs
Police, CBI and other police agencies by preparing the Portraits of the
accused based on the account given by the eyewitnesses. The application is
designed to run under Windows 9X/XP/NT/2K Operating System.
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FAKE INDIAN CURRENCY NOTES (FICN)
NCRB created a National level database and developed & deployed Web-enabled
software for online recording and reporting of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN)
Seizures made by State/UT Police, Investigation Agencies, Intelligence
Agencies & CAPF and Detections made by Banks (RBI, Public Sector, Private
Sector & Foreign Banks). The link to the system is available below and can
be accessed round the clock by Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Finance
and other authorized users. Exclusive training-cum-workshops have been
conducted for all stakeholders.
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Data on Fire arms and ammunitions is collected from State police for
creation of national database on firearms and ammunition. The information is
used for framing replies to Parliament Queries and queries raised by other
law enforcement agencies.
Talash software was in operation in this Bureau since 1990. The main
objective of the software was to trace out Missing Persons/Unidentified
Persons and Un-identified Dead bodies. Old Talash DOS based system was
operational since 1997 and was upgraded to Windows platform in 2000. Data
was migrated to Windows platform. Finally, in the year 2016 a new web based
Talash system was developed which is operational at NCRB since April 2016.
This system is further enhancement of old Talash Systems containing detailed
information with additional parameters for capturing quality data helpful
for better and accurate matching.
Statistical data is also collected in both Monthly & Annual Proforma from