In the dreaded times of Kovid-19, measures are being taken to avoid infection everywhere. In this episode, Delhi Police is also engaged in a reshuffle to save their employees and improve the police system. In order to keep police personnel safe and to provide facilities to the public, there was a long-running exercise in changing the functioning of the police. Today, the Delhi Police has launched the e-beat book for the first time, using information technology.
In Central Delhi, Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police Sanjay Bhatia today handed over the e-beat book to 12 beat officers of the police station while inaugurating Delhi Police's first E-Beat Book at Kamla Market Police Station. Police has adopted digital technology by giving a break to the old beat book which has been going on for decades.
Deputy Commissioner Sanjay Bhatia says that in this E-beeat book, detailed information of the area will be available with the police, due to which the police will definitely help in strengthening law and order. This e-beat book will be in digital form on a mobile. Now the beat officer will not have to roam around with a diary of paper.
The E-beet book is composed of a combined pattern combining power point and MS Word. In this pattern there will be a map of area beat which will be linked to Google. At the time of any incident, with the help of Beat Officer Map can reach the spot. Area banks, schools, colleges, government offices, post offices, places of worship, ultra sensitive buildings, in addition, markets, markets, hotels, restaurants and direct contact with RWA / MWA. Information about the area's CCTV, phone number of their owner will also be in it. In a few seconds during the time of the incident, the video beat officer can ask for the video from the CCTV IP system. Apart from this, all the information of criminal people of the area, non-social organizations in the area, welfare committees, police alert points, senior citizens, people associated with police schemes, police pickets, etc., with a lot of information, e-beat book policing in itself Is an effective way of
ACP Anil Kumar, SHO Ved Prakash Rai, Inspector Shioram and the team of their police station have contributed significantly in designing this e-beat book.
On this occasion, a single window was inaugurated in the police station, in which paper sanitization oven has also been installed. Do not hold any paper from outside by hand, it will be caught with tongs and kept in direct sanitization oven and it will be made non-infection. All this process is being adopted to protect against Kovid. DCP Sanjay Bhatia says that e-beat book and single window will be used throughout the district.