Prepare strategies and plans to uproot the terror ecosystem: DGP to officers | Panda Anku

While the contribution of the Jammu and Kashmir Police on various fronts is appreciated at the highest levels in the country, we must continue to improve our investigative work to hit the terrorism ecosystem hard. So said Director General of Police J&K Shri Dilbag Singh as he chaired a high level crime review meeting here at Police Headquarters today. The DGP also launched the IOS version of the JK-eCop mobile app developed by J&K Police.

Special DG CID J&K, Shri RR Swain, Special DG Crime J&K, Shri AK Choudhary, IG CRPF Ops Kashmir, Shri Manvinder Singh Bhatia, ADGP (Hqrs) PHQ, Shri MK Sinha, ADGP (Coordination) PHQ, Shri Danesh Rana, IG CRPF Srinagar Ops Sector, Miss Charu Sinha, ADGP Kashmir Zone Shri Vijay Kumar, IGP Traffic J&K, Shri Vikramjit Singh, DIG CKR Srinagar Shri Sujit Kumar, DIG NKR, Shri Udaybhaskar Billa, SSP Srinagar, Budgam, AlsG from PHQ attended the meeting at PHQ participated while DIG South Kashmir Range Shri Abdul Jabbar and other SSsP districts of the Kashmir zone participated in the meeting via video conference.

From the very beginning, the DGP commended the J&K police, army and CAPFs for the successful implementation of Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra, Muharram-ul-Haram and the Independence Day celebrations and events in Jammu and Kashmir. He conveyed Honorable Union Minister Shri Amit Shah’s appreciation to the officers and Jawans working together for peace in J&K.

The DGP said that through the joint efforts of J&K police and other security forces, the terror curve in Jammu and Kashmir has been declining in recent years. However, he instructed officials to prepare the strategies and plans to eradicate the terror ecosystem in order to cement peace in the region. He emphasized alertness and area mastery for better results.

Regarding the investigation, the DGP instructed officials to prioritize the pending cases based on their sensitivity and develop plans to deal with the matter in the shortest possible time. The DGP emphasized the modernization and strengthening of the SIUs at each district headquarters and ordered investigators and inspectors to be dispatched to be identified, taking into account the workload. He directed officers to submit suggestions to the PHQ to improve the functioning of the SIUs. He recommended that all probationary DySsP stationed in the Kashmir zone should also become part of these units in order to train them appropriately and provide them with investigative knowledge and skills during their practical training.

The DGP emphasized that investigating and contesting the cases is not enough and the investigator must ensure the conviction of the accused. “While the contribution of the Jammu and Kashmir Police on various fronts is appreciated at the highest levels in the country, we must continue to improve our investigative work and capabilities to hit the terrorism ecosystem hard,” added the DGP. The DGP instructed the officers to conduct the investigation efficiently, taking into account all the formalities and parameters of the investigation, so that the guilty would not get away with impunity. He instructed officials to identify professionals, officials to be hired or used as resources in each district headquarters.

The high-ranking officials present made their suggestions for improving the investigative process. The Kashmir Zone District Chiefs briefed the meeting on various measures being taken to improve investigative skills and conviction rates.

The DGP previously launched the IOS version of the mobile app “JK-eCop”. On this occasion, the DGP commended the Kriminalzentrale for this initiative and hoped that the IOS version of the app will further bridge the gap between the police and the general public by offering the services at their doorstep. He urged the general public, especially women, children and seniors, to actively use the benefits of this app. He also urged the police to raise public awareness about the features of this app and the services provided through this app.

It’s worth mentioning here that the Android version of the app was developed by the Hon’ble Lt. Governor Shri Manoj Sinha was launched. The app provides the public with the entire police-related service interface on a single platform/touch, providing geo-location and contact numbers of all JKP police stations to the public. It provides the public with all the important hotline numbers needed in an emergency. The public can share their pictures with their latitude and longitude through this app to inform the police.

The app also includes Emergency Assistance, Locate Police Stations on Map, Complaint Registration, View & Download FIR, Report Traffic Violations & Accidents, Tell Police & Report Crimes, View Complaint Status, View & Pay Challan Online, View Highway Status.

It offers the following services: Character Certificate Request, Senior Registration, Stolen and Recovered Vehicle Details, Lost Property Details, Missing Persons and Unidentified Body Details, Renter/PG Verification Registration, Employee Verification, Event Services Request, Links for other police portals .

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