Hyderabad: 18,000 posts will be filled soon in Police Dept

Hyderabad: 18,000 posts will be filled soon in  Police Dept
M Mahender Reddy on Sunday took charge as the Director-General of Police (In-charge) of Telangana State on Sunday. Reddy who took charge from Anurag Sharma, thanked the Chief Minister, K Chandrashekhar Rao for giving him the responsibility as head of the State police. Efforts will continue at making Telangana a crime free State and focus will be on implementation of friendly policing, he said. There were many challenges post bifurcation and the police tackled them effectively. “Also, issues like child sexual abuse, crime against women and others were given due importance and dealt with utmost attention,” Reddy said. Mahender Reddy is the second DGP of Telangana State. A graduate in civil engineering from National Institute of Technology, Warangal, he got selected for IPS in 1986. Meanwhile, Additional Commissioner (law and order) VV Srinivasa Rao took charge as in-charge Hyderabad Police Commissioner on Sunday morning. (Photo: Zabi)

State DGP M Mahender Reddy has informed that 18,000 posts will be filled very soon in the Police department.

Speaking to the media here on Saturday, Mahender Reddy said Command and Control Centers, Cyber Crime Centers and Clues Teams will be set up in all the districts like in Hyderabad City. He made it clear that top priority will be given to law and order, people-oriented development and transform all districts to attract investments.

DGP said the policing will be effective to improve the living standards of the people. He said an eight-point formula was prepared to achieve the goal. He also informed that TS Cop App got the award. He said the response was tremendous to ‘Nenu Saitham’ program and Community CCTV Project. He said Mini-Command Control Center was set up in every district and e-challan, cyber crime and social media units will be set up across the State very soon.

Stating that crime rate increased up to 12.93 percent in 2017, the DGP said severe action will be taken against those violating law and order. The police would work to fulfil the needs of the people and the Police department would strive to make the people believe the police. (