337 policemen transferred in Hoshiarpur

Our Correspondent

Hoshiarpur, November 19

In compliance with the directives of DGP Dinkar Gupta to implement the posting and transfer policy of Punjab Police, as many as 337 police personnel in the district have been transferred. The police personnel have been transferred out of their home police stations as well as home sub-divisions so as to improve transparency and prevent biases in the working of police department. Along with that, in order to increase the manpower at police stations and to ensure effective policing, 446 police personnel have been posted from non-essential duties to the police stations.

The police personnel having more than three years of tenure in same police stations have also been transferred to other police units in order to increase their efficiency by assigning new tasks and to prevent any nexus in the region.

A thorough briefing of the newly transferred police personnel was also done by SSP Navjot Singh Mahal in presence of SPs, DSPs in order to encourage them to perform at their best to prevent crime in Hoshiarpur. They were also told to instill confidence in general public and to enhance police-public relationships via community policing.

Mahal said, “The exercise will help in increasing professionalism in young recruits who have not completed their minimum required tenure in police stations and will help in early redressal of public grievances”.

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