New Delhi: Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik on Saturday warned its SHOs that if serious crime in their area do not come under control, they will have to cost their chair. In the weekly crime review meeting attended by Special commissioners, Joint commissioners and district DCPs, CP said aggravating crime in Delhi will no longer be tolerated.
In last one week, Delhi has witnessed an incident like cash van robbery, broad daylight murder of one BSP leader who came on the payroll from the Tihar Jail. Growing use of deadly weapon in the crime is the main concern of CP.
In the weekly review meeting, CP told his DCP’s that remove all the SHOs from the post who are incapable of curbing the growing crime in the city. Performance is the only criteria to remain in the creamy post. Non-performing inspectors have no right to remain SHO.
“Incidents on gun points are continuously increasing, SHO’s excuse of having no clue will no longer be accepted”, CP said adding that currently Inspectors get the post of SHO on merits and enjoy it for two to three year. Now time has come when we have to change the system.
Amulya Patnaik said Delhi Police is an organisation where you have to keep yourself on toes. All the 13 District DCPs are ordered to give the name of SHO where crime like murder and robbery are aggravating. Give them a memo, if work performance is not improved in the stipulative period, remove them without delay.
Important Points of meeting
- Patnaik said concern ACP and beat officer is also equally responsible for non-curbing the crime.
- Cases that are pending from more than three years be solved on priority basis.
- Usually, police finish its duty after registering the case. No efforts are usually made to solve this cases. Our workout percentage is very less.
- Police don’t take cheating cases seriously. SHO’s have to take it seriously.
- Increase visibility among people. Make locals as their source, implement eyes and ear scheme.
- Do police verification of every outsider living in Delhi.