Look forward to electronic night patrol units and a Rs 2,000 crore integrated police system to throw up criminal records in seconds
A Hi-tech security system will be the latest mantra of law enforcing agencies. Speaking to SUNDAY MiD DAY, State Director General of Police D Shivanandan, said, "We recently held a Risk Assessment Scenarios and Planning session with senior police officers and panel experts, who identifiedu00a0communalism, terrorism and naxalism as the three biggest internal security challenges for the state of Maharashtra."
Ahmed Javed, police commissioner, Navi Mumbai says the Citizen Facilitation Center (CFC) will be set up for non-emergency services
Plans for 2011
Said Rajneesh Sheth, Joint Commissioner (L&O), Mumbai, "We are emphasising coastal security, enhancing our Quick Response Team (QRT), upgrading the Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad with hi-tech gadgets and equipment, besides laying an emphasis on reaching out to the community."
SPS Yadav, Police Commissioner, Thane said, "We will be the first police unit in India to electronically monitor the night patrolling parties in order to make the night rounds more effective.
A mandate will be set up to ensure that every night patrol team is equipped with gadgets and their movements will be monitored. A biometric attendance system will be put in place at police stations, for accused who are out on bail, to inform the courts accordingly. Stringent action will be taken against those who register false complaints at police stations."u00a0
Ahmed Javed, Police Commissioner, Navi Mumbai said, "We want to integrate security policing measures in crime prevention and detection by deploying 70 plus beat marshals and control room vehicles. Community policing will be our core area of expansion. We will enhance the cyber cell division of the police, and are planning to set up a Citizen Facilitation Center (CFC) for handling non-emergency police services, at the police HQ."