IGP Kashmir Munir Ahmad Khan today stressed on need for quality investigation and essence of better management of human and material resources in police.
The IGP was interacting with police officers on the concluding day of three day "Annual Crime Review Meeting of District Police Srinagar".
The three-day meeting began on 23rd December in the DPL Srinagar and concluded on 25th December. All city SPs, SP Headquarter Srinagar, SP PC, SDPOs, DySP HQ, DySP DAR Srinagar, CPOs of Courts, and all SHO's/DOs of District Srinagar participated in the annual crime review meeting.
In the meeting, IGP Kashmir Munir Ahmad Khan had interaction with the officers of District Police Srinagar. He stressed on the synergy and better coordination among different units of the police for better results and people friendly policing. He also stressed on the need for quality investigation and essence of better management of human and material resources.
IGP appreciated the working of Srinagar police on various fronts and stressed on officers to remain sensitive to the welfare of police force working under strenuous conditions.
The officers had thread-bare discussion regarding working of Srinagar police on all fronts including investigation, crime disposal, complaint disposal and Law and order.
Till mid December of 2017, overall 2666 Cases have been registered in various police stations of Srinagar. 2714 cases including the ones from previous years have been concluded on merits. "SSP Srinagar appreciated the role of Srinagar police in the conduct of peaceful parliamentary election and overall disposal of cases as well as disposal of issues related to Public Service Guarantee Act like verifications etc. It was well appreciated that welfare of the police personnel has been given top priority and modernisation of police on all fronts like infrastructure has gained momentum this year. The road-map and preparations for the peaceful year 2018 was also discussed in detail," police spokesperson said in a statement.
SSP Srinagar stressed upon the participants to speed up the investigation of all the pending cases to reduce the overall pendency. He stressed upon the officers to maintain discipline & follow SOP's while dealing with law and order situations.