Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu emphasized on improving the police department considering the future challenges. In a meeting with senior officials of the Home Department here today, he said that in view of the changing crime patterns and the fast changing digital technology, it was necessary for the Police Department to adopt different and innovative techniques to meet the challenges. For this, it is necessary to adopt modern technology and adopt highly professional approach, he said.

He also gave instructions to use Artificial Intelligence and other digital software in the police department. “Embracing modern technology and improved professionalism is mandatory for robust policing. Use Artificial Intelligence and other cutting-edge software in the department’s operations to enhance efficiency was need of the hour, stated Sukhu.” The Chief Minister said that more than 1200 constables and women sub-inspectors will be recruited in the police department soon and the State government will provide adequate funds for the modernization of the department.

He also directed for creation of a pool of technologically adept police personnel and train them to ensure their effective contribution in police operations. He said that police personnels in every police station of the state should be cyber literate. He instructed to keep reserve force with the district Superintendent of Police  for better policing during the fairs and festivals organized in various Shakti Peethas and prominent temples.`

The Chief Minister instructed a restructuring of police stations based on factors such as population, geographical area size, crime rates, and tourist influx, to equip them with sufficient police personnels and necessary facilities. He also instructed to explore the possibilities of categorizing the police stations and opening only police stations instead of police posts, so that the common people can be facilitated in a better way. He directed to implement a rotation policy, limiting police officers and personnels tenure in sensitive posts to three years, following with a mandatory cooling-off period, aiming to bolster accountability in the force.

To combat the drug menace around educational institutions, the Chief Minister directed the deployment of special police teams. He said that petrol and diesel vehicles will be made available for field activities and e-vehicles for staff in the police department. In the meeting, while giving instructions to strengthen SP office Nurpur, he said that adequate police personnels will be deployed there and the necessary infrastructure would also be strengthened.

Chief Secretary Prabodh Saxena, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Bharat Khera, DGP Sanjay Kundu, Secretary Home,  Dr. Abhishek Jain, ADG (Home Guard) Rakesh Aggarwal, ADG (CID) Satwant Atwal, ADG (Law and Order) Abhishek Trivedi, ADG (Jail) AP Singh was also present in the meeting.

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