Jammu- Asking the offices of his force not to hesitate in self correction, the newly appointed Director General of Police R.R. Swain on Monday advised for developing competence of police personnel in dealing with public, crime, law & order, and generating human intelligence.
He made these remarks while chairing a meeting of all senior police officers of different wings in which he reviewed the Police functioning at Zonal; Range & District levels, besides of other wings of the organization, a police spokesperson said. Outstation officers in the Kashmir Valley and remote districts of Jammu province too participated in the meeting.
During the meeting, he said, the discussions were held in an informal environment to identify the challenges, the work environment related difficulties, as also difficulties in planning and executing responses that are practical and effective.
The DGP, the spokesperson said, listened to the participants patiently, noted down issues, gave his views and said it was absolutely necessary that leaders of the force at different levels must unhesitatingly interact with their junior colleagues and take their feedback so that the police and law enforcement responses are cost effective, public friendly and aligned to national security interests.
Swain, he said, further stated that it was a great pleasure and privilege for him to have an interaction with all the senior officers of a professional force at a big platform for the 1st time after assuming the charge of DGP J&K.
“Jammu and Kashmir Police has faced many challenges with fortitude and have made a top position among the different forces of the country,” the DGP said.
The police chief, the spokesperson said, emphasized upon the officers that there is no looking back, rather to look forward to enhancing our capabilities of working & functioning to deliver better to the people.
Swain, he said, advised for developing competence of personnel in dealing with public, crime, law & order, and generating human intelligence and directed the officers to work out measures to enhance professional ethics among the personnel and to ensure transparency and accountability in the working.
“There should be no hesitation in self correction”, Swain said, adding that one should take pride in self correction.
He directed for optimum use of resources. He ensured that at PHQ level all possible support and resources will be provided to augment and strengthen the working & functioning.
The DGP emphasizes upon officers to ensure that welfare of personnel should be taken care of at different levels. The senior officers briefed the DGP regarding the functioning of different units and measures taken to extend better police service to the people.
At PHQ the meeting was attended by Director SKPAU Garib Dass, IGP Jammu Zone Anand Jain, IGP CID Nitish Kumar, IGP Hqrs/CIV PHQ B S Tuti, IGP Armed Jammu M N Tiwari, DIsG Dr Sunil Gupta, Shakti Pathak, Shridhar Patil, Haseeb ur Rehman, Sarah Rizvi, Nisha Nathyal & Javid Iqbal Matoo, all district SSsP of Jammu Zone (except Samba & Ramban) and all AIsG of PHQ.
ADGsP S. J. M. Gillani, Vijay Kumar, DsIG Sujit Kumar, Vivek Gupta, M Suleman Choudhary, Dr Haseeb ul Mughal, Shahid Mehraj, Abdul Qayoom, Altaf Ahmad Khan, Rayees Mohammad Bhat, all district SSsP of Kashmir Zone, SSP PCR Kashmir, SSP Ramban and SSP Samba attended the meeting through video conferencing.
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