Editor : Martin Simamora, S.IP |Martin Simamora Press

Senin, 09 Januari 2012


India’s National Capital police force has recently launched an e-crime initiative on its website that will allow residents to have better involvement in policing and public safety.Dubbed as the “Know Your Police Station” programme, the web platform, which was developed in collaboration with Microsoft, will help residents find out the jurisdiction of a particular police station on a GIS map.

In addition, users will also be able to access a particular Station House Officer’s (SHO) profile containing his photograph and contact details. A feedback provision is also provided in the platform so as to engage citizens to provide information to their SHO about crime prone areas, any organised crimes, and accident prone areas. 

“This is part of our progressive, innovative, and responsive policing policy and will soon be available as an application on smart phones,” said Delhi Police Commissioner BK Gupta.


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