November 6, Jammu: On Monday, Director General of Police (DGP) Rashmi Ranjan Swain urged citizen-friendly policing that is in line with national security objectives.
In an announcement released by the J&K Police, the DGP said, “Leaders of the force at different levels must unhesitatingly interact with their junior colleagues and take their feedback so that the police and law enforcement responses are cost-effective, public-friendly, and aligned to national security interests.” The DGP was presiding over a meeting of senior police officers from various wings of the J&K Police and reviewing the police functioning at zonal, range, and district levels.
He stated that J&K Police overcame numerous obstacles with perseverance and rose to the top among the nation’s forces while interacting with senior officers in the Police Headquarters and other J&K Police wings.
R. R. Swain suggested that staff members be trained in dealing with people, crime, law and order, and human intelligence.
He gave the officers instructions to devise ways to improve employee ethics and guarantee responsibility and openness in the workplace.
The DGP said, “Self-correction should not be hesitant.” ” Self-correction is something to be proud of.
He calmly listened to the participants, took notes on their concerns, and shared his opinions. After taking over as DGP, he noted that it was an immense joy and honor for him to connect for the first time with all of the top officers of a professional force on a large stage.
To improve service delivery to the public, Swain emphasized to the officers that there was no need to look back and that instead, efforts should be focused on improving working and functioning skills.
He oversaw the most efficient use of resources and made sure that all resources and assistance were available at the police headquarters level to improve and enhance the working.
The Director of Police puts emphasis on officers to make sure that staff welfare is attended to at all levels.
Informal talks were conducted throughout the conference to identify the obstacles, issues pertaining to the workplace, and difficulty in organizing and carrying out workable and efficient solutions.
Senior officers informed the DGP on the operations of various units and the steps taken to provide the public with improved police services.
The seminar was attended by outstation officials from Jammu and Kashmir’s remote areas.
AIGs of Police Headquarters, all district SSPs of Jammu Zone except Samba and Ramban, Director SKPAU Garib Dass, IGP Jammu Zone Anand Jain, IGP CID Nitish Kumar, IGP Headquarters and CIV PHQ B S Tuti, IGP Armed Jammu M N Tiwari, DIGs Sunil Gupta, Shakti Pathak, Shridhar Patil, Haseeb-ur-Rehman, Sarah Rizvi, Nisha Nathyal, and Javid Iqbal Matoo were present at the meeting, held at the Police Headquarters in Jammu.
Using video conferencing, the meeting was attended by ADGPs S J M Gillani, Vijay Kumar, DIGs Sujit Kumar, Vivek Gupta, M Suleman Choudhary, Haseeb Mughal, Shahid Mehraj, Abdul Qayoom, Altaf Ahmad Khan, Rayees Muhammad Bhat, all district SSPs of Kashmir Zone, SSP Police Control Room (PCR) Kashmir, SSP Ramban, and SSP Samba.