Andhra Pradesh Gets its First Smart Police Station

Posted on:07 Feb 2017 10:00:52
Andhra Pradesh Gets its First Smart Police Station
07 February 2017 Current Affairs: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu inaugurates the State’s first Smart Police Station at Nagarampalem in Guntur city in Amaravati on February 6, 2017.

The Smart station has been built within two months at a cost of Rs 91 lakh as a pilotproject. The Andhra Police administration has formulated plans to build another 100 Smart Police Stations across the state.

The main motive behind such smart police station is to bring a sense of pride among the officers and satisfaction among the public.

The smart police stations are fully air-conditioned with a staff room, dormitory, mini control room, a reception chamber and individual enclosures for the Station House Officer and three Sub-Inspectors.

Besides, the daily uniform of the staff has been changed from the usual khaki uniform to a navy blue trouser and a light blue shirt for men and a light blue sarifor women constables with additional blue blazer for lady receptionist

Instead of lock-up for detainees, a custody room with a double bed has been deployed.

Above all, a closed circuit television cameras have been installed in and around the station for closer surveillance of staff behaviour and movement of visitors.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu inaugurates the State’s first Smart Police Station at Nagarampalem in Guntur city in Amaravati on February 6, 2017.

The Smart station has been built within two months at a cost of Rs 91 lakh as a pilotproject. The Andhra Police administration has formulated plans to build another 100 Smart Police Stations across the state.

The main motive behind such smart police station is to bring a sense of pride among the officers and satisfaction among the public.

The smart police stations are fully air-conditioned with a staff room, dormitory, mini control room, a reception chamber and individual enclosures for the Station House Officer and three Sub-Inspectors.

Besides, the daily uniform of the staff has been changed from the usual khaki uniform to a navy blue trouser and a light blue shirt for men and a light blue sarifor women constables with additional blue blazer for lady receptionist

Instead of lock-up for detainees, a custody room with a double bed has been deployed.

Above all, a closed circuit television cameras have been installed in and around the station for closer surveillance of staff behaviour and movement of visitors.

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