Police Chief inaugurates DCP office complex in Outer North District

first_imgNew Delhi: The Commissioner of Delhi Police Amulya Patnaik on Friday inaugurated DCP office complex of Outer-North district at Samaipur Badli police station.The complex will house English offices, visitor’s lounge and a conference hall with all modern facilities. According to police, the district carved out of North-West and Rohini districts has been functional since January 1, 2019. There is also a mess and wet canteen facilities for the staff. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderSpeaking on the occasion, the CP Delhi said that the purpose of establishing Outer-North district was to enhance police strength and visibility in this strategically significant area. It has yielded the desired results as the crime graph has gone down. The top cop appreciated public cooperation through Prahari, Police Mitra and other community policing initiatives, which work as force multipliers. He hoped that such public participation would continue for better policing. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsHe further underlined that the district is assuming significance with growing industrial areas and emerging educational institutions. DCP, Outer-North gave a detailed presentation on functioning and aspects of policing in the district. Mobile Picketing Van was also launched on this occasion. This vehicle is equipped with barricades, anti-terrorist and anti-riot gears and automated equipment. It will be useful in checking criminal activities with an element of surprise, considering a wide range of the district with an expanded rural area. Special CP (Traffic) Taj Hassan, Special CP (Ops) Muktesh Chander, Special CP (L&O south) RS Krishnia, Special CP (L&O north), Special CP (HQ) SK Gautam, Special CP (Vigilance) Sundari Nanda, Joint CP (NR) Manish Agarwal, Joint CP (CR) Rajesh Khurana and Joint CP (ER) Alok Kumar, were also present on the occasion besides Police Mitras and representatives of local RWAs. According to the Delhi Police annual report of 2018, as many as 15 new police stations, seven new sub-divisions and one new district have started functioning from January 1, 2019. “The need for creation of new police stations was felt to balance the workload of heavy police stations and to rationalize the unmanageable areas of police stations to improve policing. The new district “Outer-North” has been created after carving out areas from the exiting Rohini and North-West districts,” added the report.last_img