Srinagar, May 19: Director General of Police (DGP), Mr. K. Rajendra Kumar has asked the jawans and officers of JKP to bring innovative changes amongst themselves and improve their attitude while delivering in the field. He has said that change in our behaviour is attaining more importance in view of the Tourist Season and Amar Nath Yatra.
Mr. Rajendra has said that tourists and pilgrims are the ambassadors of different places and we have to make them feel safe and secure during their stay in the State, which would send a good message in other parts of the country and world. In a communiqué from Police Headquarters (PHQ), Mr. Rajendra has said that we have to adopt a positive attitude with the public by responding quickly to their complaints and our behaviour would bring the people close and help in yielding tangible results.
Mr. Rajendra said that presence of police at different levels should be a source of re-assurance to the public and it should be our priority to present a soft humane face to the people while performing in the field. He said that the role of police, beyond providing security, is of crucial importance to extend a helping hand to the needy people on different fronts. “Men in khaki have to adopt protective behaviour while dealing the situations rather aggressive or a cause of fear” DGP has said.
Saying that our men and officers have proved themselves people friendly, he has reiterated that our prime duty is to exhibit discipline and impartiality while delivering to the people. Mr. Rajendra said that the Organization has modernized different aspects of policing including investigation methods, equipment, communication and gadgets. Proficiency at various fronts of policing has been improved and the force has strengthened its image, acquiring acclaim at national level. He has stressed to maintain the tradition of public friendly policing at different levels.
Mr. Rajendra has asked the supervising officers to monitor the working at different levels and ensure that the expectations of the people get fulfilled properly. He said that improvement in our day-to-day working would also change public perception about the force.