February 22, 2012 admin


CHANDIGARH, FEBRUARY 22;  With the objective to provide police assistance at the door steps of common citizens, specially those belongings to the economically weaker sections residing in colonies and rural areas, the Punjab Governor and Administrator, Union Territory, Chandigarh, Mr. Shivraj V. Patil has flagged off two mobile police stations in the Union Territory, Chandigarh. Mr. Patil said the concept of launching this Mobile Police Stations was providing assistance at the doorsteps of public by the police. He said that these Mobile Police Stations would make close contact with RWs, MWs, Senior citizens and Panchayat and area and law & order. The Mobile Police Station will also undertake inquiry of complaint, verification of servants, tenants, PGs, Passports, arms licences etc.
it will also lodge DDRs for non-cognizable offences and missing reports. Out of these reports any thing cognizable will be converted into registration of FIRs in the concerned police stations.
    Congratulating Police Department for this initiating, Mr. Patil asked Inspector General of Police, Mr. P. Srivastava to study underground control room project on the pattern of Singapore for Union Territory, Chandigarh. Giving detail regarding Mobile Police Station, Mr. P. Srivastava, IGP said that these Mobile Police Stations will function from AC buses having capacity to seat 12 persons. It will consist of both permanent and rotational staff based on the location of the police station on a certain day. The mobile police station will be equipped with wireless set, weapons, crowd control apparatus and will also have a small pantry and toilet for convenience of the staff, he added. Mr. Srivastava disclosed that the jurisdiction of these mobile police stations will be the whole of Chandigarh and the deployment will be made on rotational basis by the office of SSP, UT. It is expected that a mobile police station will reach in certain area at least once in a
    He further said that each Mobile Police Station will function for five days a week i.e. Monday to Friday 9 AM to 5 PM in winter and 10 AM to 6 PM in summer. Saturday will be earmkared as maintenance for vehicle/records. The monthly schedule of Mobile Police Station has also issued. He said that advanced monthly schedule will be issued regarding the movement and the duties of these Mobile Police Stations and the same will be strictly followed by the staff. He said incharge
CRU will monitor day to day working of these Mobile Police Stations under the supervision of DSP/Hqrs, who will further report to senior Superintendent of Police, Chandigarh.
    Lateron a team of senior police officers of UT Chandigarh including Inspector General of Police, SSP and SPs went to Colony No 5 and Dadumajra and educated the people regarding Mobile Police Stations at length so they can make best use of these Mobile Police Stations. Prominent amongst others who were present on the occasion included Adviser to Administrator, Mr. K.K. Sharma, Principal Secretary to Governor, Mr. M.P. Singh, SSP, UT, Mr. Naunihal Singh, Home Secretary,
Mr. Anil Kumar, Finance Secretary, Mr. V.K. Singh and SP, Security, UT, Mr. R.S. Ghuman.

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