Ramagundam: The Commissioner of Police Command, which initiated the Command Control to connect the CCTV cameras to the police station in the villages under the Kamanpur Police Station, congratulated the donors who helped to set up the CC cameras. Later he said, “We are moving forward with the goal of getting closer to people across the state.” He said that the Telangana Police Department is at the top of the country. “We are working towards friendly policing to provide quick justice to the people.”
He said that the tradition of the installation of these CCTV cameras was confined to urban areas and now the development of the public consciousness in rural areas is proof of development. People in remote villages are happy to volunteer for the establishment of CCTV cameras in the village, and in view of the peace and security of the village, crime scene and crime control are the easiest ways to solve crime with CCTV cameras. He said that a CCTV camera is equivalent to a hundred policemen and people from other villages in the district have taken the initiative to install the cameras as an ideal. Most of the crimes have been solved by means of CCTV cameras, he said. He said that the protection of peacekeeping, from the home guard level to the top-level officer, is key. Mr. Shaluwa congratulated the donors who helped to set up the CC cameras.
Judge Chairman Mr. Garu said that the people of the area are happy because of the sacrifices of many police martyrs but the police who work hard for us do not have a happy life. He said criminals are afraid to commit crimes because of the installation of CCTV cameras. SI Kamanpur, who set up CCTV cameras with the help of donors, congratulated him.
As part of a greenhouse at the police station premises, CPC, Judge Chairman Mr. Puttta Madhu, DCP Mr. Pudupalli Ravinder, AR Additional DCP Mr. Sanjay and ACP Mr. Godavarikhani Umendar, CI Godavarikhani 2 Town Mr. Srinivas Rao along with other police officers planted plants.
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B. Bharath Reddy