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LG holds Law & Order meeting, reviews general crime situation in Delhi

New Delhi, July 12 (UNI) Lieutenant Governor (LG) Anil Baijal on Thursday advised Delhi Police to make its presence more visible and its personnel more accessible.
Mr Baijal’s advice came during a meeting chaired by him on Law & Order where he reviewed general crime situation in Delhi.
The meeting was attended by Commissioner of Police, Special CPs and Joint CPs of Police, Delhi.
In the meeting, Delhi Police made a detailed presentation in this regard covering different aspects of Law & Order situation and preventive as well as corrective measures.
The main issues discussed included strategy to control crime; women’s safety initiatives; enhancing community outreach through Yuva, Police Mitra, Prahari, Eyes and Ears Scheme and Neighbourhood Watch Scheme; efforts for reduction in response time; visibility of Police and use of Technology.
At the outset, Mr Baijal directed that crimes against minors must be monitored regularly, including an analysis of quality of prosecution, and conviction & acquittal rates in such crimes.
He also advised that security audit of IT systems must be regularly conducted so as to prevent any misuse of data.
Mr Baijal further desired that the residents should be kept informed through Information, Education and Communication (IEC) activities about the various citizen- centric initiatives undertaken by Delhi Police.
He also suggested Delhi Police to facilitate and regularly analyse feedback received from residents for constant improvement in it functioning.
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