New data recording system to better analyse road accidents

The Road Ministry's endeavour to keep street mishap information in a specific configuration — containing 55 fields — has been acknowledged by the Home Ministry's Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS).

Likewise, the Home Ministry's product for keep mishap information in such a configuration is accessible to police headquarters and public from April, as per the Road Accidents in India Report for 2017.

The move will help in logically breaking down the purposes behind mishaps. The information for the report are presented by the police divisions and State wrongdoing research agencies.

As indicated by an authority discharge, the ICJS dashboard has been carried out by incorporating Crime and Criminals Tracking Network and Systems with e-courts and e-detainment facilities and has been sent off on a preliminary premise with select focal examination organizations.

The incorporation will be accomplished by giving admittance to the Judiciary.

As far as sorts of mishaps, there was a drop in head-on impacts, side-hits, and toppling of vehicles. Notwithstanding, conversely, with the past monetary, there was an expansion in hits from the back, walkers getting endlessly quick in and out cases, as per the report.