DGP asks SPs to work with proper plan to maintain law and Order in districts
Deccan Chronicle.| MOULI MAREEDU
File phot of Director General of Police Anjani Kumar. (DC Image)
HYDERABAD: Stating that the police was a hierarchical organisation that operate to a plan, Director General of Police Anjani Kumar said that some officers failed to use the asset of planning.
"Policing involves management of various facets. One of the most important verticals they all deal with on a day-to-day basis is the maintenance of law and order, particularly bandobust duties for organisation of events, public meetings, religious gatherings or rallies and processions," Anjani Kumar explained.
"Our cadre is blessed to have a healthy mixture of senior officers with tremendous experience and wisdom and the younger officers with great enthusiasm and determination for endless hard work. A frequent interaction and combination of the two will take our cadre to a greater height of professionalism," Anjani Kumar said during a video conference with newly posted unit officers on the subject of law and order bandobust.
"We often talk of a term called institutional memory which remains in the core of any large organisation like ours. We attempt to develop the institutional memory so that fresh officers in the field can directly learn from seniors about the nuances of law and order, particularly regarding management of events and lessons from the common mistakes we commit in initial planning and supervision," Anjani Kumar said.
"We are a hierarchical organisation. This has many advantages. I have seen many supervisory officers using this as an effective asset for planning and supervision. Some officers incorrectly use this asset just for what is called dumping of forces and officers," the DGP said.
The DGP also discussed causing minimum inconvenience to common public while carrying out policing duties, anti-sabotage checks and access control.