Underscoring the importance of Police Stations in reaching out to the common masses, Jammu and Kashmir Police is upgrading the mobility network and functioning of police stations across the State, an official statement said. A police station is the first responder to the complaints of public and they have expectations with this basic unit of the Organization.
This was disclosed by the Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rajendra Kumar, while flagging off new vehicles for 107 Police Stations of various zones in Jammu and Kashmir, at a function held at Police Headquarters (PHQ) here this morning.
He said that in view of the responsibilities and expectations of public, the Organization has been focusing on upgrading the mobility and other working conditions of all police stations in the State. The Organizations is focusing on up-gradation of all police components including the Police Stations with modern facilities to strengthen the networking of all police units.
Under the modernization programme, the Organization is focusing to upgrade the mobility network of all Police Stations across the State, which is the basic requirement of Police Stations. Rajendra said keeping in mind the importance and responsibilities of Police Stations, the Department would strengthen the working in the field of public service and crime detection and would provide all requirements including communication, infrastructure, mobility network facilities, information technology (IT) and expert assistance in handling the day-to-day professional policing.
Rajendra said that 107 new vehicles having modern facilities were procured and have been allotted for the police stations of Kashmir and Jammu Zones. The utility of the vehicles would enhance their working and help respond to any situation quickly. He said that mobility has vital importance in providing timely deliverance of justice to the people and the Organization is committed to make all its units self-sufficient and effective.