Maintain tangible bonds with all ranks: Khoda to COs
Jammu, Apr 24: The Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda today underscored the importance of armed police in dealing with the emergent situations and maintaining law and order in the State and stressed for better synergy among all ranks.
Addressing the participants after inaugurating 2-day 10thCommandants Conference of Jammu and Kashmir Armed/IRP Battalions at Armed Police Headquarters, he said the policing has been demanding changes in view of the new challenges posed by the criminals and anti-social elements.
Referring to the measures taken with regard to trainings and logistics, Khoda said that the department has taken many initiatives to sharpen the training skills of its men. “Latest equipments have been introduced in the force to tackle any emerging situation and all Police Training Institutions across the State have been imparting trainings with new techniques to face the challenges” he ascertained . He said with the introduction of latest methods of investigation, the force will be able to crack and curb the activities of the elements inimical to peace.
He stressed upon the Commandants to maintain close liaison and ensure welfare of their subordinates to create congenial atmosphere within the Organization. Frequent interactions with the lower ranks, besides darbars should be held to address their problems and get feedback of the grievances. This will go a long way in establishing tangible bonds with lower ranks, he said.
Emphasising that better coordination at all levels would help to provide better policing to the public which they expect from the “men in Khaki”, he said that the suggestions and recommendations putforth by the delegates would be welcomed and considered for follow up action at PHQ level.
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