Karnal, Feb 1 (UNI) Computer education has been made compulsory for Haryana cops during their training period for its newly recruited constables.
This was stated by the Director General of Police (DGP) Ranjeev Dalal after inauguration of one day workshop on 'Role and Responsibilities of Deputy Superintendents of Police (DSPs)' at Madhuban Police Complex, here.
Mr Dalal said all the police stations in the state had been interlinked with Wide Area Network (WAN). In order to make the police stations modern and hi-tech, as many as 475 computers have already been installed and the process of installing about 138 more was in the pipeline.
The DGP had directed all the DSPs of the state to improve their day to day working in police stations falling under their respective jurisdiction.
He also asked them to conduct timely checking of the police stations so that police staff remain alert.
Additional Director General of Police, Mr V B Singh, Director of Haryana Police Academy, Mr V N Roy, Inspector General of Police, Mr S S Deswal and other senior police officers were also present on the occasion.
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