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Zonal Taskforce teams scrapped in Cyberabad


Cyberabad Police Commissioner C V Anand has said they have decided to reorganize several wings under Cyberabad Police Commissionerate and scrapped five Zonal Taskforce teams as part of it.


Speaking to the media here on Sunday, Anand said Special Operation Teams have been set up in every zone. But the department decided to close Alwal, Vanasthalipuram and CCS Police Station as part of Central Crime Station re-organisation and at the same time the department will strengthen Madhapur, Balanagar, Malkajgiri, LB Nagar, Shamshabad Central Crime Stations.


Anand said the Special Operation Teams will control organized crimes like drug, arms and women trafficking; Control of rowdy elements; Control movement of criminal gangs like land and drug mafias; Control high-level prostitution; Illegal activities of gamble clubs, resorts, pubs and any other important cases entrusted by Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad like PDS diversion, fake credit cards etc. They will also be used for bandobust duties upon requisition by DCsP and orders of CP, Cyberabad.


Anand said the workloads of Police Stations in Cyberabad vary from 1700 FIRs in LB Nagar Police Station to 225 FIRs in Manchal Police Station and the department now decided to reorganize the strength of each police station based on three criteria—total FIRs registered, total property crime reported and L and O and other bandobust duties. This will be done after allotting force for basic common duties like reception, court, e-COPS and IT Patrols, Interceptors, Blue Colts, Investigation, Administration  in each police station. Another decision will deal with the increased loads of VIP and anti-sabotage duties, reorganization/revamping of CAR and security wing, including the dog squad (no of dogs are being increased from 11 to 24) is being done. A mounted police unit for Cyberabad is also being started, Anand added. (NSS)

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