Now, police inspectors have to file daily reports to DG&IGP's office

Now, police inspectors have to file daily reports to DG&IGP's office

DG&IGP Neelmani N Raju has directed all police officers to report to her daily incidents, bandobast arrangements and other important incidents, including preventive arrests, without fail.

The move is aimed at bringing down corruption in the stations and illegal detentions.

The state police chief has directed inspectors to report even minute incidents to the DG control room.

The circular issued to all police stations says that if officers fail to report the incidents, thinking they are small ones, stringent action will be taken against them. Apart from reporting the incidents to their divisional commissioners and SPs, inspectors should now report them to the DG's control room also.

The circular says, "All incidents reported in the station limits will be viewed seriously and action will be taken against the officers if they do not report them to the DG's control room."

Earlier, officials used to send the information to the DCP or the SP concerned only.

The circular said there are a number of illegal detentions in the police stations. The police stations have turned settlement centres for property disputes. Hence, the circular will now help keep tabs on police stations on a daily basis and bring down corruption there.

At present, there are 906 police stations, with 230 circle officers, 91 sub-division police offices and 31 divisional police offices, including the railway police, in the state.

DH News Service

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