A PROJECT REPORT ON DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ONLINE CRIME REPORTING SYSTEM: SOFTWARE SOLUTION (No of pages: 104)

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1 ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

 

 
2 INTRODUCTION  
3 METHODOLOGY

 

 
4 SYSTEM ANALYSIS

 

 
5 FEASIBILITY STUDY

 

 
6 SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE REQUIREMENT

 

 

 
7 SYSTEM DESIGN AND DATA FLOW DIAGRAM

 

 
8 CODING

 

 
9 PAGE LAYOUT

 

 
10 TESTING

 

 
11 IMPLEMENTATION

 

 
12 CONCLUSION

 

 
13 BIBILOGRAPHY

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION:

The Crime Records Management System applies to Police Stations all across the country and specifically looks into the subject crime prevention, detection, conviction of criminals depending on a highly responsive backbone of Information Management. The efficiency of the Police and the effectiveness with which it tackles crime depend on what quality of information it can derive from its existing records and how fast it can have access to it.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. The main objective of our product is better communication, better leadership, reducing crime and disorder etc.
  2. The product provides a framework, which is error free. We know a crime management system is actually a critical process having many calculations and operations. So it should be error free and our objective is to build error free software.
  3. To help in establishing the identity of criminal and to furnish reliable data on the antecedents, associates, hide-outs, previous convictions etc. of an arrested person.
  4. To make the developer experience consistent across widely varying types of applications, such as Windows-based applications and Web-based applications.

 

PROBLEM STATEMENT AND LITERATURE REVIEW:

PROBLEM STATEMENT:

The goal of this step is recognition of basic problem elements as indicated by the customer. The basic purpose of this activity is to obtain a thorough understanding of the needs of the client and the user, what exactly is desired from the software and what are the constraints on the solution.

Problems of the existing system:

  • Security can’t assured
  • Delay in storing and retrieving information
  • Possibility of human errors

 

LITERATURE REVIEW:

Each of the station must first register with the Software. For the registration part each station enter their details like station name, address, phone no, station in charge etc. and get a User Id from the Software. Once the prospective station registers with the software they can avail the existing records. Each of the citizens, who has a complaint to register, must first register with the Software. For the registration part each person enter their details like name, address, phone number, E-Mail ID etc. and get a User Id & password from the Software. Once the registration is complete, the citizen can sign-in to the website & register their complaint Crime module is used for entering all details about the crime. It contains the date and time, police station where it is recorded, place, Nature of Crime, Location of the Crime etc. Administrator will be focusing on the maintenance like Master Data Maintenance, Removal of old and outdated data from the software etc. Search module is for searching crime in station wise, nature of crime.

SYSTEM DESIGN

The most creative and challenging phase of the system life cycle is system design. The term design describes a final system and the process by which it is developed. It refers to the technical specifications that will be applied in implementing the proposed system. It also includes the construction of program and designing of output, input, menu, code, database and process of the system.

System output may be report, document or a message. In on-line applications, information is displayed on the screen. The layout sheet for displayed output is similar to the layout chart used for designing output.

 

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN:

The product entitled “Crime Reporting System” follows bottom up program structure.

Description about bottom up approach:-

In a bottom-up approach the individual base elements of the system are first specified in great detail. These elements are then linked together to form larger subsystems, which then in turn are linked, sometimes in many levels, until a complete top-level system is formed. This strategy often resembles a “seed” model, whereby the beginnings are small, but eventually grow in complexity and completeness.

PROCEDURAL DESIGN:

Procedural design occurs after data, architectural, and interface designs must be translated in to operational software. The procedural design for each component, represented in graphical, tabular or text based notation, is the primary work product produced during component level design.

 

METHODOLOGY TO BE USED:

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS:

The hardware for the project should be selected in such a way that it should give the maximum optimal result .Hardware requirements are as follows:

Server Side:

  • Processor :Intel Pentium (II) or higher
  • 128 MB RAM
  • 2 GB Hard Disk or more
  • SVGA Color Monitor
  • 104 Keyboard
  • Any Mouse
  • Any modem

Client Side

  • Processor :Intel Pentium (II) or higher
  • 128 MB RAM
  • 2 GB Hard Disk or more
  • SVGA Color Monitor
  • 104 Keyboard
  • Any Mouse
  • Any Modem

 

TOOLS & PLATFORMS TO BE USED

Operating System                         : Windows NT/2003 Server

Front End                                     : ASP.Net with VB

Back End                                      : SQL SERVER 2005

 

 

The system will be developed in ASP.NET as front end and SQL server 2000 as back end.

FRONT END:

ASP.NET (Active Server Pages.net):

WHAT IS ASP.NET: Microsoft ASP.NET is a free technology that allows programmers to create dynamic web applications.ASP.NET can be used to create anything from small, personal websites through to large, enterprise-class web applications.

ABOUT WINDOWS 2003:

Windows 2003 Server includes improved network, application and Web services. It provides increased reliability and scalability, lowers your cost of computing with powerful, flexible management services, and provides the best foundation for running business application.

The Windows GUI

The familiar graphical user interface it presents to the world.

BACK END:

About MS SQL Server 2005:

SQL Server 2005 exceeds dependability requirements and provides innovative capabilities that increase employee effectiveness, integrate heterogeneous IT ecosystems, and maximize capital and operating budgets. SQL Server 2000 delivers rapid return on your data management investment.

 

MODULES OF THE PROJECT TO BE USED:

1) STATION MODULE:

Each of the station must first register with the Software. For the registration part each station enter their details like station name, address, phone no, station in charge etc. and get a User Id from the Software. Once the prospective station registers with the software they can avail the existing records.

2) CITIZEN MODULE:

Each of the citizens, who has a complaint to register, must first register with the Software. For the registration part each person enter their details like name, address, phone no., E-Mail ID etc. and get a User Id & password from the Software. Once the registration is complete, the citizen can sign-in to the website & register their complaint.

 

3) CRIME MODULE:

This module is used for entering all details about the crime. It contains the date and time, police station where it is recorded, place, Nature of Crime, Location of the Crime etc.

 

4) SEARCH MODULE:

In this module we can search the crime in station wise, nature of crime.

 

5) ADMINISTRATORS MODULE:

The module will be protected by user ID and password. Ordinary users of the software will not be permitted to enter into this area of the software. The module will be focusing on the maintenance like Master Data Maintenance, Removal of old and outdated data from the software etc.

   6) AVOCATION MODULE

This Module deals with the Law part of every Crime.

 

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