PHQ meet: DCPs told to enhance security near late night outlets
New Delhi: In a recently held meeting at Delhi Police headquarters, the Deputy Commissioner of Police from all the districts were told to enhance the security arrangements nearby late night outlets. The move came after few robbery incidents reported from the outlets.
Police sources told Millennium Post that senior officers directed the district DCPs to interact with the outlets' manager and appraised them about the security arrangements which they should maintain inside their shops which includes installation of CCTV cameras with recording facility till one month.
Sources further claimed that the DCPs directed other senior officers like SHO, ACPs to hold meetings with the outlets incharge regarding the preventive steps. "The outlets will be told to increase the sufficient number of security guards and issue them proper identity cards and also to maintain the register of the visitors," sources added. "DCPs directed other officers to place barricades near the shop and also deployed PCRs near the isolated places," said sources. There are also possibilities that districts will write to the PCR unit for changing the point of PCR vans during the night. Recently, the Commissioner of Delhi Police also held meeting with senior officers and DCPs regarding election preparation and police week. The top cop also reviewed the situation of crime reported in districts and told officers for the crackdown.
Action on calls
Meanwhile, the senior officers during the meeting also discussed the number of complaints regarding calls related to the voter list. "Complaints have been received by police regarding calls related to voter list," sources claimed. Sources further stated that police is churning out the action which can be taken against such complaints.