Digital Bangladesh: An Electronic Automated System for Bangladesh Police Administration
Keywords:E-Government, Digital Government Services, Electronic Police Database System, Bangladesh Police Database, Digital Police Database, Automated Police Operation
We are living in an era of technological revolution that is disrupting and transforming government and society alike. The world is evolving quickly where the old arrangements no longer work. All are being challenged to adapt and keep the change and the technological revolution provides unique opportunities to reintroduce the status of developing countries. The time has come for Bangladesh, one of the least developing countries to become a champion of digitization. The scope is very wide to make the digital Bangladesh. It is not only about the e-governance, e-commerce, e-banking, or working on a nationwide cellular telephone system through which one can get to everyday daily news or other web gadgets. To make a digital Bangladesh every office has to be automated or computer-based and share information in blockchain technology. To become part of fulfilling the mission of digital Bangladesh this paper presents a framework of an electronic police system in order to maintain each police station with a computerized paperless operation.
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