Bengaluru Police ‘Steps In’ to help women in trouble, to introduce Pink Hoysalas

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BENGALURU: The Bengaluru Police has continues to take constant steps to protect women and children and as a next step towards achieving total security for women they are all set to introduce a new patrolling system, Pink Hoysala. Mr. Siddaramaiah, Chief Minister of Karnataka and top Police officials including Mr Pravin Sood, Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru, will flag off the service from Vidhana Soudha on Monday. The new patrolling system will have 51 Pink Hoysala vehicles. The Pink Hoysalas are meant exclusively to aid women. Three Policewomen will man each vehicle. Pink Hoysala teams will be deployed near schools, women’s colleges, offices, temples, shopping malls, theatres, a senior police officer said. Specially-trained staff will act swiftly based on complaints received through the mobile app ‘Suraksha’ and Police Control Room number 100. The nearest vehicle will be alerted to reach the crime scene if any complaint is received by the control room. GPS units and cameras are fixed on the Pink Hoysala vehicles. The staff at police control rooms will monitor the camera feed. Bengaluru Police had seven Abhaya vehicles across the city to respond to problems concerning women. The new patrolling system will replace the Abhaya vehicles. The Bengaluru City Police has 221 Hoysalas for general patrolling.  ]]>

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