STATE TIMES NEWS REASI: Inspector General of Police, Jammu Zone, Mukesh Singh reviewed crime position and over-all functioning of District Police Reasi with all supervisory officers including SHOs, investigating officers at DPL Reasi. The disposal of cases registered during current year and previous pendency was reviewed, discussed and necessary instructions were issued. The IGP was accompanied by DIG Udhmpur-Reasi Range, Sujit Kumar IPS and his team of officers. A discussion was held in the meeting on pending important under investigation cases (Police Station-wise) for year 2019. While elaborating, it was mentioned that sectors including maintenance of law and order, prevention of crime, speedy investigation and disposal of cases, adequate attention to public grievances on daily basis, special attention to public importance cases, strengthening Police-Public rapport are of utmost importance. The main focus of the meeting was to improve quality of investigation of motor vehicle theft, burglary, NDPS Act and others. Besides, action taken under preventive section of law was also reviewed. IGP advised officers for finalisation of pending cases/public complaints to provide relief to general public and directed Investigation Officers for speedy disposal of cases assigned to them. He asked the officers to strengthen the Counter Insurgency grid and stimulate the basic functioning of Police by way of effective supervision over functioning of Police Stations. The Investigation officers were also directed for follow-up Parvy of cases charge-sheeted in the court of law to ensure early conviction. The supervisory officers were also directed to take feedback from SHOs/IOs on supervisory notes issued in special reported cases on regular basis to ensure strict compliance of guidelines issued by them. SSP Reasi, Reshmi Wazir gave a presentation on prevalent security scenario of district Reasi and over all position of crime and its disposal.
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