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163 Inspectors Transferred by Hyderabad City Commisioner CV Anand.

Hyderabad : In Line with the instructions from the Election Commission of India, the Commissioner of Hyderabad City Police has has transfer 163 station house officers (inspectors) in view of the upcoming elections.

Hyderabad City Police Chief CV Anand urged all Inspectors and above ranks to strictly adhere to the recent reorganisation of Hyderabad City Police, infrastructure and policing changes as per the ‘Mega City Policing plan.’

As this was a major shuffle after the recent reorganisation of Hyderabad City Police, several senior officers participated in the process to decide on the inspectors’ suitability as Station House Officers (SHO) and for other key roles.

CP Anand held a video conference with all Inspectors and above-rank officers and issued a slew of instructions to them. Since many new officers reported from other police units, he apprised them about the Mega City Policing plan.

The outgoing officers were told to brief new officers about the circumstances and administrative issues and to give a proper handing over for a smooth transition. He thanked them for their contribution in maintaining law and order in the city. Addressing the new officers, he instructed them to quickly get acquainted with city policing and render good services.

In an effort to optimise the human resource allotment, the top brass urged all the supervisory officers, especially DCPs of new units, to go in-depth about fixed duties and submit proposals accordingly. The overhaul of City Police this year would herald bright changes in policing with many new officers in the forefront and key upgrades at all levels such as infrastructure, manpower, material, new units and other resources.

“Welfare of our staff officers is very important. Strictly three shifts in all zones and fixed duties as per category of the police station and workload,” he said.

Joint Commissioners of Police for Admin, CAR and Training also addressed the meeting about the administrative issues, fleet management and allocation, and rationalising of staff.

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