A special plan aimed at modernising the facilities at the police stations in all districts of Telangana on par with the Hyderabad City Police has been prepared, state DGP Anurag Sharma said here today. The District Police Stabilisation Plan was prepared by IGP (West Zone) Stephen Ravindra to improve the delivery standards of the district police and to make them more citizen friendly, the top cop said while addressing a meeting of senior officials of his department, held in the police headquarters here. The meeting was attended by the commissioners of police of various cities, besides the SPs of districts in the state. After the Telangana Police Conference meeting held in May this year, it was decided to modernise the police station facilities in the districts on par with the Hyderabad City Police, the DGP said in a release. He said that seven committees were formed with unit officers comprising representatives of each district of the rank of Inspector and Sub-Inspector. The committees have studied the working of the Hyderabad Police Stations for the three days on IT initiatives used to reduce crime and management, infrastructure, upgradation of branding, traffic management, women and child safety, training and skill building, establishment of Command Control Centres, upgradation of Clues and Forensic Teams at district level, it said. The District Police Stabilisation Plan is a strategic document involving financial framework on which all the future allocations of financial resources to the districts would be made, the release added.
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