Of late, the Delhi Police have taken a number of steps to make the police force people-friendly. This was stated Wednesday by the Minister of State for Home Affairs, Hansraj Gangaram Ahir.
The Minister said that ‘Police Mitra’ initiative has been launched to involve members of civil society in prevention of crime, maintenance of law and order, and for better communication with citizens as a whole.
The “Jan Sampark” initiative has been put in place to enhance the reach of Delhi Police, to build confidence among citizens and to design a mechanism for timely redressal of public grievances.
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Earlier this year, about 200 police training school students in New Delhi attended ‘The Way to Happiness’ workshop, taking home lessons about ethics and values to help them as future officers and throughout the life.
According to the Minister, senior officers of Delhi Police visit their areas on a pre-decided time and hear public grievances at neutral venues like auditoriums, schools, public parks, etc.
During the year 2016 (up to 30th September), a total of 3186 such programmes were held, 51887 complaints were attended and 10273 grievances were redressed, the Minister stated.
Under ‘Yuva’ initiative, programs such as workshops, sports activities, and vocational trainings, etc., are being organized to channelize the energy of young adults and children from the underprivileged sections of the society to make them productive members of the society and to prevent them from moving towards crime and drugs at an early age.
Moreover, according to the Minister, grassroots level officers of Delhi Police have been instructed to hold meaningful dialogue with all sections of the society. Officials of Delhi Police have been sensitized to be sensitive and courteous to people in day-to-day dealings.
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