Workshop on Police- Public relations held in Doda
Doda, Sep 6: In a bid to strengthen the relations between police and public, a workshop was organised by Jammu and Kashmir Police at Town Hall here in which representatives of civil society, senior journalists and police officers participated.
Highlighting aims and objectives of the workshop, the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Doda Range, M. K. Sinha said that the workshop would bring the police and public closer. He said that Jammu and Kashmir Police has tried to reach out to the masses to know their problems and grievances. “Public cooperation was mandatory for result oriented policing and the force has achieved heights only with the cooperation of people of the State. The Organisation would always take the public into confidence while facing different challenges in the State. Such interactions would help to provide better policing to the people and involve them in constructive activities for the betterment of the society,” he said.
On the occasion, Senior Superintendent of Police Doda Varinder Sharma thanked the people and the Media fraternity for their valuable suggestions proposed by them for promotion of police – public relations. He also assured that the grievances put forth by the members of the civil society would be looked into.
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