Cops to cut down on Kerala High Court liaison officer workforce

A present 13 cops are working as liaison officers at the High Court
Kochi: The state police has decided to reduce the number of liaison officers at Kerala High Court. As part of the plan, DGP T.P. Senkumar has repatriated a sub inspector and a civil police officer working at the Kerala High Court to the parent unit. A present 13 cops are working as liaison officers at the High Court.
An order was issued in this regard on October 26 by Somasekhar G., additional assistant Inspector General. Salim M.H., SI of police and civil police officer Kareem O.M. who were attached to the liaison wing of the Kerala High Court were transferred. Salim M.H. was reassigned to Er-nakulam Rural while Kareem is at Ernakulam city.
According to top sources, the move is part of the police’s plan to cut short the number of personnel at the High Court. At present, V.A. Ullas circle inspector is leading the team at the High Court.
Reji Mathew, computer operator, Gireesh K.P. ASI, Pradeep Kumar G. sr CPO, Santhosh Bhaskaran Nair sr CPO and John T.J. CPO are the other cops now at the high court.
The crime branch and vigilance have two officials while the home department have one cop. Of the two transferred cops, police constable O.M. Kareem has joined at the Thrikkakara police station.
( Source : deccan chronicle )
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