Hyderabad: Telangana Director General of Police Anurag Sharma has reviewed the perspective plan for the next five years with all the police officials today in his office in order to strengthen the Telangana State Police.
He has reviewed the state re- organisation and formation of new districts, adaptation of Technology, Cyber Crime, Research and Development, Forensic, Maoists movement, Training, Traffic Management and Road Safety etc.,
The DGP said that today’s meeting was a brain storming and the next meeting would be held after Ganesh immersion. He said the next meeting would be held for two days by reviewing unit wise and district wise plans. He asked the officials to come prepared with visionary thinking and budget requirements.
He also said that the SPs must take into consideration a third party analysis on their functioning. They should create a third party consisting of 5-6 persons and entrust them the task to take a feedback on the police functioning in the districts. “As DGP, I am meeting about 20 to 30 visitors every day and solving most of their problems.
They are all from districts and say that their SP is not giving them time and hence visited him. This is not the way people-friendly police work for its citizens. This behaviour will not be tolerated,” he strictly warned the SPs.
Hyderabad Police Commissioner M. Mahinder Reddy said that the Telangana police have already won several medals in initiatives like the Passport verification, E-Challans, Hawk, eye etc., and now the districts are adopting the Hawk eye for fool-proof safety and security of common people.
He said all 60 police stations in the twin cities would get modernised in the next five years. The police has been taking measures to reduce the crime rate, he said.
Cyderabad East Commissioner MM Bhagawat said that 70% of cases in his jurisdiction were related to land. The Cyber Security Council and She Shuttles would be strengthened more for effective functioning
Warangal police commissioner Sudheer Babu said that 10,000 CC cameras have been installed in different localities and colonies in his jurisdiction and the crime rate has enormously decreased during the last few months.
The installation of CC cameras on all the High ways leading towards Warangal is in progress.
All ADGPs, IGPs, DIG, and SP of Telangana State police attended the meeting. On this occasion, ADGP CID Satyanaraian, who retired from service on attaining the age of superannuation today was felicitated by the DGP. (INN)