DCP B Rajakumari flags off Cheruva 2 to check crime in city
As part of efforts to check crime in the limits of Vijayawada Police Commissionerate, the police have launched Cheruva vehicle 2 here on Saturday
Vijayawada: As part of efforts to check crime in the limits of Vijayawada Police Commissionerate, the police have launched Cheruva vehicle 2 here on Saturday.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) B Rajakumari inaugurated the Cheruva campaign vehicle by flagging it off at the Command Control Room.
City police visit different colonies and public places with Cheruva vehicle and create awareness among people on different types of crime, preventive measures to be taken by the people and services rendered by the police department.
Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) B Rajakumari said the police teams would educate people on cybercrime, house breakings, road safety measures, traffic rules, accidents, eve teasing, chain snatchings and services of police departments like Mahila Mitra, Vruddha Mitra, Bala Mitra and interceptor vehicles.
The first vehicle was launched by APDGP R P Thakur on September 1 with an objective of getting closer to the people.
The first vehicle visited scores of colonies and public places in the city during the last two and half months.
People are using loud speakers to create awareness among the people on preventive measures to be taken to check crime and services rendered by the police to people.
Machavaram inspector of police Sahera Begum and police officials and staff attended the event.