Police reach out to people to curb thefts & other crimes

Police reach out to people to curb thefts & other crimes
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In order to curb thefts and other criminal acts, the police have been reaching out to the residents of different colonies in Mahabubabad town with campaigns on safety measures.

Mahabubabad: In order to curb thefts and other criminal acts, the police have been reaching out to the residents of different colonies in Mahabubabad town with campaigns on safety measures.

As part of campaign an interactive session with the residents of Krishna Colony was organised by Mahabubabad town and CCS police on Friday. Additional Superintendent of Police (Addl SP) Ravula Giridhar, Town CI Syed Ahmed Jabbar and CCS CI Srinivas interacted with the residents.

Speaking on the occasion the Addl SP asked the residents to be watchful and install CCTVs in the colony to develop it as model colony and a safe colony. The department will extend all possible support to the residents in that direction, he said.

Installing CCTVs will help to keep close watch on suspicious persons, curb incidents like eve teasing, chain snatchings and thefts. Similarly, the residents have to use locks made with latest technology to secure their houses, Giridhar said while demonstrating how modern locks function.

He advised the residents to keep the police informed about movements of persons with suspicious nature and to inform their neighbours and police when they go out for long duration. It is not advisable to keep huge amounts of cash at home, he suggested.

Addl SP noted that a family forms a basic unit in a society and it becomes parent’s responsibility to teach their children morals and ethics so that they can conduct themselves in a proper manner and will not pose any harm to the society.

The Colony residents thanked the police for their people friendly policing initiative while Gurunatha Rao one of the resident of the colony stressed on the need for the residents to establish a registered society of the colony residents.

Municipal chairperson Uma Murali Naik, ward councillor Ram Murthy and about 200 residents of the colony took part in the programme.

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