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September 25, 2023 3:23 pm

DGP chairs state-level crime review meeting

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, June 6

The Director General of Police (DGP) Haryana, PK Agrawal chaired a meeting of senior officers to review the crime and law and order situation across the state. The meeting took place at the Police Complex, 2nd IRB Tundlaka in Nuh district.

The meeting was attended by all Police Range ADGPs, CPs, district SPs, and senior officers from police headquarters.

During the meeting, the DGP commended the officers for their effective crackdown on cybercriminals in Nuh, which effectively disrupted their illicit activities across the country. Recognizing the borderless nature of cybercrime, he emphasized the importance of much more coordinated efforts to dismantle their networks nationwide.

The DGP conducted a comprehensive review of the crime scenario and stressed the need to tackle gangsters and hardcore criminals engaged in organized crime and extortion. He directed the Special Task Force (STF) and all field units to take strict action against such criminals. The police were instructed to enhance intelligence collection and initiate property attachment and demolition activities against these offenders.

He further instructed them to prevent the smuggling of illicit weapons, arrest drug suppliers and other absconders, and expedite the resolution of pending cases.

While reviewing the crimes against women and other vulnerable sections of society, the officers emphasized the need to address and combat them effectively.

The implementation status of the Gram Prahri scheme, which aims to monitor the increasing involvement of youth in sensational crimes, was reviewed.

The meeting also focused on monitoring the conviction rate in criminal cases, with a report on the subject presented. The DGP directed the officers to enhance the conviction rate through coordinated efforts and effective court proceedings.

Reaffirming the state government’s commitment to making Haryana a drug-free state, the DGP praised the field units for their collaboration with the Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau in dismantling drug trafficking networks. He emphasized the need to maximize property attachment procedures under the Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (PITNDPS) Act for such offenders.

The meeting concluded with discussions on issues related to the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS), Integrated Criminal Justice System (ICJS), and other IT initiatives.

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