Jalandhar Police Commissionerate conducted session at CT Group of Institutions

  • To bridge the gap between Public and Police
  • Students were informed about the ‘Shakti’ App to curb any situation of worry.
  • Commissioner of Police, Sh. PK Sinha interacted with the students in order to forge a better bond and bridge the trust deficit between the police and the public.
Jalandhar 18 September (Jaswinder Azad)- At a time when the distance between the police and public is widening, community policing (CP) can bridge the gap by making the former not only friendly and citizen-centric, but harness the resources of the community and ensure that policing is done with consent. Striding on that, Jalandhar Police Commissionerate conducted a special session at CT Group of Institutions, Shahpur Campus. Smt. D. Sudarvizhi, IPS informed the students about the ‘Shakti,’ an Android Application for safety and security of women which allows women to send a distress call to Police Control Room and their relatives/friends directly in case of any emergency. For that, it needs to be Installed the application in your android mobile phone then, register with the App by sharing your name, mobile number and minimum of three relatives/friends. She informed, “Once registered, the user can send an alert by pressing the soft button ‘HELP’ on the home screen. As soon as the help button is pressed, it will be send an alert to the Police Control Room as well as their relatives/friends. Application and service should be used only on distress while false reporting and misuse of any kind will be punishable under law.”
Commissioner of Police, Sh. PK Sinha, IPS also interacted with the students in order to forge a better bond and bridge the trust deficit between the police and the public. Sh. PK Sinha said, “Community policing is an initiative to forge a partnership between the police and the public in order to help society take an active part in redressal of issues, which include traffic violations and congestion, child labour among others.” He said, “When communities work with the police, citizens understand the challenges, resource crunch and the workload of police, creating empathy for them and the respect of the citizens.”
Mr. Harpreet Singh (Vice Chairman, CT Group) welcomed the dignitaries and appreciated the initiative of Shakti App and Community Policing. He said, “Working hand-in-hand with the police will make the antisocial elements become weaker. It also prevents self-appointed leaders blocking the participation of citizens at the beat level.” S. Charanjit Singh Channi (Chairman, CT Group) said, “We are now talking about how to make our cities ‘smart’. CP will be a step towards that change.”
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