Massive efforts to prevent cyber crimes
THENI: More facilities, including infrastructure, technical equipment, weapons and vehicles were provided to the police force in the State to make it strong enough to ensure adequate protection and security to people, said K. Radhakrishnan, Additional Director General of Police.
Talking to press persons after handing over the recovered jewels and cash to complainants here on Friday, he said almost all police stations in coastal areas were also fully equipped and strengthened to enhance security in coastal areas.
Tamil Nadu stood first in coastal area security in the country. Massive efforts were on to prevent cyber crimes which were more in urban areas, he added.
Case detection and recovery in the district was 70 per cent and 25 murder cases were detected.
Detection of 110 sovereign gold jewels theft case at Odaipatti and rape and murder of a girl child case within four days restored the confidence of people.
Earlier, the ADGP handed over a booklet on road rules to students of Muthalamman Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Vadugapatti.
He also handed over the one-day salary of all police personnel and ministerial staff in the district to family members of Inspector Antony Arokiadas and head constable Jegannathan who were killed in a road accident at Allinagaram near here recently. Mr. Radhakrishnan assured to Arokiadas’ wife that a government job would be arranged for her on compassionate grounds.