“VEERA” GUARANTEES WOMEN SAFETY
Are you stalking a woman or trying to harass any girl finding her lonely? Beware now your nasty intentions can lead your path to jail because Singrauli police are all set to introduce Veera. You are absolutely wrong if you think Veera is the new lady inspector in town. Veera is a new mobile app for women safety. Women can use its features to alert police in case of any threat. Every time a girl walks out of the home she and her family feel a twinge of fear. With Veera in action, no woman or girl will be in distress. You just need to install “Veera the women safety app” in your smartphone from Google Play. Once the app is installed the victims just have to press the red button once in their smartphones then the handset will automatically shoot distress messages to a set police control room and will send location details of the mobile phone to the police to track the real-time location of the victim.
WHAT IS VEERA?
A creation of Acompworld Veera, the women safety application allows the user to be tracked through GPS on their phones.
The app will allow the victim to send a distress message via SMS to the Centralised Police Control Room (CRCR). CPCR can see victim’s location on a map using GPS data transmitted from the mobile phone and can forward the information to appropriate PCR Car / SMO etc. for prompt action.
Besides the main SOS button, the app has 4 more options namely - Dial 100 Police Service, Dial 108 Ambulance Service, and reporting any incidence of Domestic Violence or Child Marriage.
INSTANT AMBULANCE SERVICE
Veera can also be utilized for instant ambulance services. The app visioned by the Singrauli police will have ambulance services to help in any unfortunate situation. Along with the medical help, the app will also have emergency numbers. These numbers can be reached during any emergency situation.
NO REQUIREMENT OF INTERNET
The best feature of visionary Veera app is that it requires no internet connection for its working. To use this application you just need to keep your mobile GPS on. Veera requires no internet connection on your smartphone. This feature of Veera makes it convenient to be used in remote areas and isolated villages.
PHOTOS CAN BE SENT
Another useful feature of this app is that it can take photos of real-time events. This feature can be used for the identification of culprits and can be very important evidence against them. You can use this feature to lodge a complaint against any crime with proof. The identity of the complainant will not be disclosed.
BE A COMRADE
You can help police department in the mission of making our society a safer place to live. To participate in this mission every citizen should be vigilant and responsible towards the society. If you see any crime against any person you can immediately report it to police using Veera.
Shashank Mishra, Collector Singrauli and Rudolf Alvares, SP Singrauli are playing important roles in the development of this app. Both these officers have conceptualized Veera. You can join them in their vision by reporting crimes against women if you see them happening anywhere.
SINGRAULI WILL BE FIRST DISTRICT
This high-tech women safety app Veera will be the first of its kind in Madhya Pradesh. If this experiment becomes a success in Singrauli then it may be extended to other districts of Madhya Pradesh too. Singrauli Police is putting in great efforts for making this project a success.
Veera is developed by Acompworld Technosoft Pvt Ltd which provides software/web application development and corporate training services to some of the leading Indian companies like NTPC, Reliance, Essar, Aditya Birla Group etc. For more details of the company and its work, you can visit its website.
“Veera application is an initiative in the interest of women. This app will protect women as well as other persons against any assault or criminal activities. We strive to reduce crime against women using this app.” Mr. Rudolf Alvares, SP Singrauli.