LARKANA: Larkana deputy inspector general (DIG) and senior superintendent of police (SSP) have requested for the use of geofencing to solve blind cases on Friday, reported a local media outlet.
Speaking to journalists at the DIG office, DIG Abdullah Shaikh and SSP Tanveer Hussain Tunio said, “At present, we can have access to mobile phones’ call data record after Supreme Court granted permission for it.”
Police must have geofencing technology as it will prove to be vital when solving rape and murder cases, added the officers.
The officials added that this technology aided them in apprehending the culprits that raped and then murdered a nine-year-old. Police would not have been able to track the culprits so quickly if they had not used geofencing, added the DIG.