Goa Police today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with 5ire, a 5th generation blockchain network company at its Crime Branch office in Ribandar to go digital. The MoU was signed by S.P. Crime, Nidhin Valsan IPS on behalf of Goa Police and Dr Pratik Gauri, Founder and CEO, 5ire. With this MoU, Goa will be the first police state in India to go completely paperless.
The MoU will create a public-private partnership between 5ire and Goa Police for implementing a smart policing solution to improve transparency and efficiency in policing. It will help streamline procedures that reflect all events in greater detail for all stakeholders. The MoU will also help in the digitization and digitalization of offline systems.
The blockchain-based smart policing solutions by 5ire can record all official activities accurately, allowing police to help the citizens with traceability to their records and evidence. Moreover, blockchain technology can help create sustainable smart policing solutions for Goa Police and make the processes online, more eco-friendly and efficient.
On the occasion of the MoU signing, Shri Nidhin Valsan IPS, Superintendent Of Police, Goa, said: “5ire being the leading blockchain company in the country will help Goa Police in transitioning to smart policing using the latest technologies like blockchain and will help in digitization of the offline systems and making it online.”
5ire’s CEO and founder, Dr. Pratik Gauri said at the signing, “5ire’s solution of smart policing for Goa police is one of the several solutions in India that can be deployed on a public sector scale in a more effective manner than the solutions that are currently available.”