Police meet focuses on checks at vulnerable points in city

Police meet focuses on checks at vulnerable points in city

Police officials from Delhi, NCR and neighbouring states discussed terror-related issues and decided to share inputs about extremist outfits in an interstate meeting here on Wednesday.

Senior Delhi police officials and their counterparts from Haryana, UP, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan attended the meet chaired by Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar.

Kumar said intensive and co-ordinated checking at vulnerable points, tenant verification, sensitisation of cyber café owners, second-hand car dealers and property dealers should be carried out to strengthen counter terrorism measures.

A senior Delhi police officer said, “The surveillance over interstate criminals involved in heinous offences, regular offenders and gangs should be emphasised.” 

The representatives of the different state police departments shared lists of their most wanted criminals. It was decided to take concerted action against active interstate criminals for curbing crime in the national capital region.

The issues of human trafficking, missing children, proliferation of fake currency notes and smuggling of arms were also discussed. The integrated joint checkings at unmanned borders whould be intensified, the officer added.

“The traffic issues for regulating entry of commercial vehicles into Delhi were discussed. Removal of tinted films on vehicles with reference to women safety issues in the NCR region was also deliberated upon,” he said.

The neighbouring states were also asked to follow the new guidelines for public transport vehicles after the December 16 rape incident. These are verification of staff, removal of curtains, and switching on the light in buses during the night.

A resolution was passed to have increased co-ordination in policing in the NCR with emphasis on one-to-one interaction at all levels, for more secure environment for citizens of Delhi and neighbouring areas.

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