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Beat staff to monitor criminals' movement

NEW DELHI: To keep a tab on the movement of criminals across the city, Delhi Police have given their beat staffs details of criminals who have been active in their respective areas.
More than 100 personnel from every police station in North East Delhi recently attended a meeting, chaired by Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (North East) R P Meena, wherein discussions on beat patrolling were held.
Police sources claimed that during the meeting every beat staff gave details of the criminals on whom cops have been keeping an eye.
These criminals also included the ones who were recently released from jail.
The beat staff were especially told to keep vigil on the movement of leaders of gangs and their associates, in order to check if they have been planning for some criminal activities.
Meena told Millennium Post that personnel of North East Delhi police have been taking several measures to curb crime in their respective areas.
"Over 100 police personnel from all police stations in North East Delhi were at the meeting and they were told about the criminals. They were also given motivation for their duties," Meena said. The senior police official also took feedback from the cops regarding beat patrolling.
Recently, an inter-state coordination committee meeting was held between Uttar Pradesh and Delhi police over the Assembly election UP.
At that meeting, list of more than 100 most wanted criminals in both states were shared. It is often observed that criminals, after committing a crime, flee to other states to hide.

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