Chandigarh, Feb 12 (UNI) The police forces of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi will strengthen coordination with each other to check crime in the National Capital Region (NCR).
This was agreed upon during a meeting of the police officers of the three states held at New Delhi today.
The meeting was aimed at strengthening cooperation and coordination in order to address various police-related issues in the NCR. Delhi Commissioner and Director General of Haryana police and senior officers of UP addressed senior officers of the three states.
The officers who took part in the meeting were those associated with crime, traffic, law and order, security and anti terrorist operations.
The focus of the meeting was to enhance the mechanisms of intelligence gathering and exchange of information to curb criminal activities.
Informing this, a spokesperson for the Haryana police said the officers at the meeting felt that there was a need for seamless policing and this was possible through a well coordinated approach involving sharing of intelligence and joint action against inter-state criminals.
Deliberations were held to improve cooperation between police forces and 30 institutional arrangements in this regard will soon be made. The latest trends in crime and modus operandi of criminals were discussed and focus area in combating crime were identified and strategies were finalised.
Issue of traffic also figured in the meeting. There was a general perception that the rapid growth of NCR and fast development of satellite towns like NOIDA, Gurgaon, Rohtak, and Sonepat had given rise to a number of traffic problems and possible solutions were discussed.
The need to have such regular meetings at district and police station level was also felt. Nodal officers at the district level will be nominated for ensuring better coordination.
The meeting ended with all officers for an improved coordinated approach in policing in order to provide a more secure environment to citizens of Delhi and the neighbouring areas.
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