Funds allotted for traffic improvement in Tiruchi, Thanjavur: Inspector General of Police, Central Zone
Thanjavur: The State Government has allotted Rs.3 crore for Tiruchi district and Rs.2.78 crore for Thanjavur district for traffic improvement, said I. Raja, Inspector General of Police, Central Zone, here on Wednesday.
In his inaugural address at a refresher course (in-service training) for 2500 head constables and writers of the central zone, Mr. Raja said that new signals have been put up in Tiruchi and Thanjavur districts for effective traffic management. Cameras would be fitted to monitor the traffic flow. Violation of road rules would be easily identified and the offenders would be punished. The superintendents of police concerned in the central zone have been asked to prepare a new traffic management plan and implement them.
The IG said that the head constables and writers would be trained in how to deal with complainants who come to the police station, how to investigate house burglaries without destroying the evidence and how quickly can be accident cases dealt with.
The training would go a long way in equipping head constables and writers better to deal with theft and other cases.
Abhash Kumar, Deputy Inspector General of police, Thanjavur range and Amit Kumar Singh, Superintendent of Police, Thanjavur district participated in the meeting.