An announcement made on October 10 states that the Indian Police in Firozabad has created a web platform for reporting crimes utilizing the Polygon (MATIC) modular blockchain.
To make it simpler for locals to report crimes, the police authorities developed the policecomplaintonblockchain.in website. Uttar Pradesh is the state where Firozabad is situated (UP).
Users will be able to file complaints using the platform in an unchangeable and transparent manner. As a result, filed complaints cannot be changed or erased.
On Polygon, modular blockchains are specialized networks of blockchains that concentrate on just a few tasks while outsourcing the rest to other layers.
According to the website, the “Firozabad Public Grievance Management System (FGPMS) is a customized portal of Firozabad Police(Uttar Pradesh Police) to resolve grievance complaints. Grievances can be lodged anywhere and land in concerned stations to which the grievances prevail.”
The website also provides further details regarding the portal, such as the features, the procedure for filing complaints, and the response time of the authorities.
Users can access the form and submit their complaints by scanning a unique QR code that is displayed on each police station in the vicinity.
An Indian and Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal both expressed enthusiasm for the decision. They contend that the action will aid victims in receiving justice and assist in reducing corruption in India’s criminal justice system.
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