IG asks officers to solve women related crime cases on priority

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 25 Nov 2017 11:43:10


Staff Reporter,

Inspector General of Police (Jabalpur Zone) Anant Kumar Singh took introduction from officers and instructed them to expedite investigation into pending sensitive crime cases. Women related crime cases should be solved on priority and prompt action should be taken on complaints of women.

IG Anant Kumar Singh was chairing a review meeting of police officers at police control room on Friday. During the meeting, Superintendent of Police Shashikant Shukla, Additional SP, Guru Prasad Parashar, Additional SP (Rural), Sanjay Sahu, Additional SP, Sanjeev Uikay, Additional SP, Rajesh Tiwari, Additional SP (Crime), Sandeep Mishra, gazetted officers and SHOs of urban and rural police stations were present.

He further said for monitoring of cases to ensure punishment to accused.  The way of investigation should be decided as per work plan right after registering of case for presenting chalan before the court and ensuring punishment to accused within stipulated time. SHOs and CSPs should conduct walk in their respective areas to establish better communication with residents and collect minute information from residents.

Officers should also discuss cases and personal issues in morning and evening sessions to hear and solve their grievances. He gave strict directives to officers for vigilant check on organised gambling practices. In case of finding such practice in any area stern action will be taken against officer of area concerned. Police should take prompt action on information of minute crime incidents to avoid major crime incident. Officers should ensure polite behaviour of policemen with complainants at police station and taking action on their complaint for developing confidence of public on working of Police Department. SHOs and gazetted officers should carry Balwa Drill materials like tear gas, torch, rope, video camera and other equipment with PA system, wireless system to take prompt action in case of any untoward incident.