Superintendent of Police, Bokaro, held monthly crime meeting at his office on Tuesday with all his subordinates on various topics related to better policing. SP P.Murugan was seen serious over the issue of maintaining law and order in the district and keeping a safe environment.
The SP instructed all the PS in-Charge and other subordinates, in his office crime meet at Bokaro, to make efforts for eradication of organised crime. Moreover, there should be immediate launch of operation to arrest absconding criminals. There was an emphasis made by the SP to establish a ‘Police Helpline’ at district headquarters for the petitioners. The cell would receive the petition and upload it and forward it to the concerned police station. The concern police station will have to report within 15 days from the date of complaint, the SP added.
A police district control room will also function with the district administration’s control room on regular basis,” the SP said. In the meeting, all the police station-in-charges were directed to put a check on crime rate. He also stressed on regular vehicle checking drive. The SP said, "Traffic control is also in my priority and it will be maintained with the district administration coordination."
“All PS in-charges were directed to prepare database of the criminals in the district and outside the district and nab the wanted and most wanted warranties of their respective areas," said the SP.
The SP asked his subordinates to finish all the pending reports as soon as possible. He instructed an early execution of pending cases. Illegal mining would be also controlled with the coordination of district task force, said SP.
Passport verification and other such essential functions will be made easier, he added. Apart from this, the SP also instructed the officials to maintain harmony between police and the public. Town DySP, Gyan Ranjan, SDPO,Chas Bahaman Tuti, Dy SP, Satish Chandra Jha, Traffic DySP, M.M.Sinha, CCR DySP and all PS in-Charge including Umesh Kumar Thakur, K K.Sahu, Anil Oraon, Bipin Kumar, and other police officers were present at the meeting.