Chandigarh, Sep 28 (UNI) The Haryana Police has decided to introduce computerised registration of FIRs at all its police stations from October 15, to ensure transparency in its functioning.
Talking to the reporters here, Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) Ranjiv Dalal said the decision had been taken after the successful implementation of a pilot project of computerised FIRs at 22 Police Stations in the state.
Mr Dalal said, the move would ensure greater transparency and accountability in the police functioning in the state, having a total of 247 Police Stations.
He said summons would also be sent to far off places with the help of Wide Area Network (WAN) system.
The DGP said Haryana Police would soon recruit more sportspersons in the force, including 20 Sub Inspectors, 97 male constables and 24 woman constables.
Besides, appointing cricketer Joginder Singh as DSP, the Haryana Police recently recruited six sportsmen as Inspectors, he added.