Trainee IPS officers call on DGP Shukla

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Dec 2018 11:19:02


 

Staff Reporter,


Trainee officials belong to Telangana, TN, Maharashtra, AP, Karnataka, CG and WB underwent training

As many as 40 trainee IPS officials who have been getting training at the Police Training and Research Academy in the State capital called on Director General of Police (DGP) Rishi Kumar Shukla on Thursday. Special DGP (Training) K N Tiwari and ADG (Training) Ashok Awasthi were also present. Addressing the officers, DGP Shukla said that there are new challenges because of modern technology and use of social media so there is need to remain always ready to face such challenges.


DGP said that the organised criminal of any state or country can commit crime because of increased social media and easy transportation facility so people should aware about the activities in any area. Shukla addressing the trainee officials said that advanced technology should be used in policing. He also said that keep in touch with the subordinates and continue regular dialogue with them.  DGP said that the police officials should always encourage and guide their subordinates.


He also advised to adopt sensitive attitude towards the victims. He also emphasised on dialogue and investigation for more positive results.
Highlighting the working of police and use of advanced technology, DGP said that Dial-100 service has helped a lot of victims in the State. He said around 10,000 CCTV cameras have been installed in the entire state under CCTNS for public security. It can be reviewed from office in state capital. He applauded police for the security and arrangement during Simhastha in Ujjain in the year-2016.


The trainees also discussed with the officials in the programme. DGP Rishi Kumar Shukla greeted the trainee IPS officials belonging to Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Chhatisgarh, West Bengal etc for their bright future. These trainee officials were being imparted training for last four months at Police Academy.