Director General of Police Dilbag Singh today took a detailed review of facilities at police stations in summer capital Srinagar and chaired an officers meeting.
During his visit to police stations the DGP interacted with SHOs, MHCs and CCTNS in charges, an official statement said. He was accompanied by IGP Kashmir SP Pani, DIG central Kashmir VK Bhirdhi, SSP Srinagar Imtiaz Ismail Parray and respective Zonal SSP of the city.
He visited police stations Khanyar, Maharaj Gunj, Nowhatta, Nigeen, Shergarhi and Sadder, apart from a visit to Women’s police station. The DGP chaired a joint officers meeting at SP south office which was attended by commandants of CRPF deployed in the city. The tour was primarily aimed at meeting and connecting with men deployed on ground and interacting with them to appreciate them for performing their duties, said a statement.
During his interaction with SHOs, MHCs, I/C-CCTNS and other personnel, the DGP sought information regarding crime and registration of FIRs and record building at the police station.
He also sought first hand information regarding measures for tackling different situations and impressed for proper compilation of records and their digitization. He said CCTNS is complete package which includes crime registration, investigation and some public services, on line.
At MR Gunj he advised officers to preserve heritage building and records of historical value. The DGP directed for ensuring people friendly atmosphere while maintaining peace and order and added that SOPs be “followed invariably in most situations”.
He stressed for strong action against people involved in different social crimes. In the afternoon the DGP visited women police station at Rambagh, SP South office, police stations Shergarhi and Sadder. At women’s police station he advised women officers to handle social crimes against women with utmost care.
At SP city, south office, the DGP chaired a meeting with senior police officers of police and CRPF and directed that due care must be taken of police personnel on naka and other duties by providing them facilities in view of onset of the winter.