Police personnel told to remain clean-handed

 Police personnel should take a pledge to stay out of corrupt practices for a better tomorrow, said Deputy Commissioner G Satyavati.

The deputy commissioner was speaking after inaugurating the Police Flag Day programme organised by the district police at the District Armed Reserved Police ground at Ramanahalli
in Chikkamagaluru on Sunday.

“When people enter civil service, they come with a lot of dreams and try to fulfil those dreams. But they lose hope after witnessing the corruption in their respective departments. One has to make consistent efforts to improve the administrative machinery make the government services people-friendly and also to remain clean-handed,” said the deputy commissioner.

Scientific temper
Satyavati stressed on the need to inculcate scientific temper among the Police Department personnel. The government of India has laid more thrust on the implementation of scientific ways of administration in civil service, she added.

The number of highly educated people joining the Police Department has increased these days, the deputy commissioner pointed out.

Superintendent of Police K Annamalai called upon retired police staff to keep in touch with the officers and staff of the department.

“The district police has appointed a nodal officer to look after the requirements of retired police staff. Grievance

redress meetings will be held by the department, to look into their problems,” he assured.
Former DySP P Rajan V Nayak said that compared to the staff of other departments, police staff have to go through a lot of stress.

Therefore, it is important for police personnel to keep their minds calm and interact with the public peacefully, Nayak explained to the police who had gathered.Additional SP Annappa Nayak was present on the occasion.

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