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1 Welcome Annual Press Conference Delhi Police

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3 3 Priorities Smart Policing Zero tolerance against corruption People-friendly & Responsive and transparent Policing Neighbourhood Watch – Community involvement Safety of Women, Children & Senior Citizens Anti-Terrorist Measures Tackling street crime – Higher visibility of police Thrust on registration of crime Traffic regulation and Road Safety Special efforts for tracing missing children

4 4 Online Mobile & Web Apps launched by Delhi Police - Lost Report App -Traffic Police Mobile App - Police Clearance Certificate - Himmat

5 5 Action Against Police Personnel 5

6 6 Inauguration of 24x7 Vigilance Anti-Corruption Helpline

7 7 Disciplinary and Departmental Action 28 cases of POC Act have been registered against 44 police personnel & 2 DHGs. 563 Police personnel were placed under suspension for various commissions & omissions. 665 DEs were initiated in which 856 police personnel were found involved. 538 vigilance inquiries were initiated. 727 DEs were disposed off. Helpline No  Whatsapp Messages  Calls Received-7074  SMS-2064

8 8 Installation of CCTV Installation of 3932 CCTV Cameras has been completed at 85 locations including Border Check Posts & Courts 9196 Cameras at 133 locations proposed including 6625 cameras under Safe City Project Public places that are being covered under this scheme are important markets, border check posts, Courts etc.

9 9 Real Time Situation Reports of incidents, activities and traffic in various parts of Delhi Video linkages from CCTV surveillance System C4i Integrated Command Control Coordination & Communication Centre

10 10 Online record of criminals Web based integration of information system  Conviction/Involvement Verification  Record of History Sheeters  Prisoner/Visitor Management Systems (PMS/VMS)  Criminal Remote Identification System (CRIS)  Intra DP Data of 23,298 finger print search slips uploaded Information Exchange Programme with Prison Deptt. ZIPNET (Zonal Integrated Police Net) Database of stolen mobile phones Digital Crime Mapping

11 11 AFPIS (Automated Finger and Palm Print Identification System) CRIS (Crime Remote Identification System)  Inkless and paperless data capturing  Database of 2.66 lakh criminals  1466 Chance Print cases examined : 48 criminals linked  29 UIDBs identified through fingerprints Online record of criminals …

12 12 Community Policing

13 13 Community Policing Parivartan Yuva Jan Sampark Pehchaan Aapka Update Neighbourhood Watch Scheme Business Area Watch Group

14 14 Law & Order Arrangements

15 15 Major Law and Order Arrangements Karbala, Lodhi Road Trilok Puri incident of October 4 th Communal tension in Khajuri (October 6 th ), Bawana and other places of Delhi Id-Ul Zuha Mohrram Diwali and Durga Puja Lok Sabha Elections Visit of Foreign dignitaries including President of China Cricket Matches Kawar Yatra Demonstrations by various political parties, Students and other organisations at Jantar Mantar and other places

16 16 Law & Order Arrangements Title (upto 15 th Dec.) Demonstrations1,4672,409 Rallies Dharnas/Strikes1,8364,170 Fair/Festivals Processions1,0551,044 Other Arrangements5,5253,564 Total 11,04711,890

17 17 Safety of Vulnerable Groups 17

18 18 Women’s Safety 18

19 19 CRIME HEADS Upto (15 th Dec.) Rape M.O. Women Eve Teasing Dowry Death /498-A IPC Dowry Proh. Act Kid./Abduction POCSO Act Crime Against Women

20 20 Neighbours... … … (20.30%) Friends/Family’s Friends.... ….919 (44.42%) Relatives..... …….…... …… (13.62%) Employers /Co-workers.. ….... … 66 (03.19%) Other known persons … (14.40%) Unknown / strangers ……...… (4.06%) Rape-Victim and Accused Relationship-2014 (upto 15 th December) This includes 586 cases (28.32%) in which accused was in live-in-relation or refused to marry

21 21 Time period in solving of case (Upto 15 th December) Offences No. of cases Regd. No. of cases W/Out Period for working out of cases Within 1 Week 1 to 2 Weeks 2 to 3 Weeks 3 to 4 Weeks Above 4 Weeks Rape (61.60%) 242 (14.51%) Molestation of Women (354 IPC) (61.56%) 451 (16.06%) Insult to the modesty of women (509 IPC) (63.88%) 137 (19.71%) POCSO Act (86.11%) 8 (11.11%) 101

22 22 Women’s Safety initiatives Police Helpline No. (100 ) increased from 40 to 100 Call received  2013: 10, (upto 15 th Dec.):12,552 Women Helpline No. (1091) increased from 4 to 10 Call received  2013: 51, (upto 15 th Dec.) :53, x 7 women’s help desk in Police Station Complaints received  2013: 58, (upto 15 th Dec.) :36,284 Dedicated telephone managed by women in each Police Station

23 Security audit of 405 Paying Guest Accommodation 255 vulnerable routes kept under watch Women officers in 100 PCR Vans Self Defence Training Programmes2014 (upto 15 th Dec.)Upto date (since 2002) No. of programme held No. of girls trained Gender Sensitization Programmes (upto 15 th December) No. of programme held No. of police personnel trained Women’s Safety Initiatives …

24 24 Women’s Safety Initiatives … 234 beats under Parivartan Scheme Thana Level Committee reconstituted - women representatives included Special deployment at 300 bus stops 141 W/SIs & 1205 W/Const. have been recruited during the year 2014 Monthly meeting with NGOs by Special CP/Traffic Special focus on response to complaints of obscene calls and stalking

25 25 Women’s Safety Initiatives 859 Patrol Vans 24x7 with instructions to assist women returning late at night or if stranded Motorcycle Patrols, Emergency Response Vehicles deployed with focus on Women Security Uploading of data of sexual offenders on website of Delhi Police i.e. 1,364 offenders records updated Deployment of police personnel around girls’ schools/colleges at the time of opening and closing Identification of dark stretches

26 26 Handling of Missing Children Cases 26

27 27 Steps taken for handling of missing children cases  On receipt of complaint of missing child, immediately FIR is registered under the head of Kidnapping.  The information about missing children is uploaded on websites ZIPNET and immediately.  Pehchaan scheme launched in affected areas in which children’s photo given to their parents 

28 28 Care of Senior Citizens 28

29 29 Care of Senior Citizens 21,505 senior citizens registered 3,970 added in the current year 20,553 Security audit completed 18,766 issued Identity Cards 3,85,206 visits made 2,83,086 telephone calls made

30 30 Anti Terror Measures

31 31 Action Against Terror 3 SWAT Teams 24x7 Regular mock drills Security Audit of Vital Installations Important & Sensitive establishments identified Intensive tenant verification Checking of cyber cafes, guest houses and hotels Sensitization of second hand car dealers and chemical stockists Regular inter-state coordination meeting

32 32 Counter Terror Achievements No terrorist attack in Delhi in last two years Indian Mujahideen, which operated in mainland India, has been severely dented Its modules were busted in terrorists were arrested since January, 2014  Indian Mujahideen(IM) – 7  Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT) – 3  Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) - 3

33 33 Most wanted terrorists arrested 2 Top level Indian Mujahideen terrorists, Tehsin Monu and Zia Ur Waqas arrested in March, 2014 Subsequently, 3 members Mohd. Mahruf, Mohd. Waqar Azhar and Shaquib Ansari of Rajasthan module were also arrested Module responsible for blasts in Pune on 1 st August, 2012 busted and 5 members of the module were arrested. A key IM operative Ajaz Shaikh who was the ‘Silent’ India based techie, logistics man and hawala router of the organization arrested Arrested wanted LeT terrorist Abdul Subhan the mastermind of a larger conspiracy being hatched by LeT of fomenting terror in Delhi and NCR, and later two more LeT terrorist Ashahuddin and Arshad Khan arrested

34 34 Total IPC Crime *Upto 15 th December

35 35 Total IPC Crime (per lakh of population) *Upto 15 th December

36 36 Comparative Crime (upto 15 th December) Crime Heads %age VariationSolved %age Dacoity %83.33% Murder %75.76% Att. to Murder %86.04% Robbery %46.12% Kid. for Ransom %83.78% Rape %80.57% Snatching %25.96% M.O. Women %67.17% Hurt %71.33% House Theft %11.04% M.V. Theft %11.47% Other Theft %12.10% Other IPC %45.72% TOTAL IPC %29.50%

37 37 Cases solved : A New High Crime Heads Dacoity2365 Murder Att. To murder Robbery Riot83105 Rape Snatching Burglary Total Theft

38 38 Arrest of persons (Head Wise) (upto 15 th December) Criminals Dacoits/Robbers Snatchers Burglars Auto-lifters Total IPC

39 39 Crime Against Women – swift arrests

40 40 Prominent arrests 87 criminals carrying reward nabbed 23 major gangs busted One desperate criminal killed in police action 13 terrorists arrested 392 drug traffickers arrested

41 41 Seizure of illicit firearms 41

42 42 Recoveries under Arms Act * Fire Arms Ammunition * Upto 15 th December

43 LSD stamps recovered  Price of recovered contraband in International Market is Rs. 8 Crores(approx.)  2 nd recovery of LSD stamp papers in the history of Delhi Police and Narcotics Control Bureau and is one of the highest recoveries in India Recovered Kgs. of Smack/Heroine, highest in last 8 years 319 cases reported 392 persons arrested Action under NDPS Act

44 44 FICN Recovery Money trail traced to West Champaran, Bihar and Malda (West Bengal) Smuggled through the porous Indo-Nepal and Indo- Bangladesh border Distribution through petty traders/workshops in NCR YearsAmount ( in Rs.) Crore 2014 (upto 15 th Dec.)7.05 Crore

45 45 Traffic Management & Challenges 45

46 46 Lowest fatal accidents in last 10 years % decline 2081 lives saved since year 2009

47 47 Sustained action against drunken driving & enhanced jail terms

48 48 Special Drive to Discipline Trucks

49 49 Concerted action against over-speeding

50 50 Connecting with people through IT

51 51 Better interaction with citizens

52 52 Creation of a District & 10 New Circles

53 53 New relief roads, missing links

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55 55 Introduction of modern gadgetry

56 Police Control Room 56 PCR vans : 859 PCR motorcycle patrols : 140 PCR Vans at tourist locations : 10

57 57 PCR Services 234 criminals caught red handed 131 stolen vehicles recovered injured shifted to hospitals Calls received on helplines during the year  12,552 from women  1,747 from Senior Citizens  465 under Eyes & Ears Scheme  2,742 from students 25,000 calls received on average per day

58 Administration & Welfare

59 59 Human Resource Management 547 SIs, 20 ASIs, 53 HCs, 1849 Cts. recruited 260 cases on compassionate grounds have been approved 56 Inspector, 119 SIs, 1321 ASIs, 948 HCs, 1328 Cts. promoted 3 Gallantry, 5 Distinguished Service, 32 meritorious service medals 138 Asadharan Karya Puraskar 3291 granted financial upgradation under MACP Scheme

60 60 Land & Building Total No. of Quarters available : 15,748 Satisfaction Level : 18.62% There are proposals to construct 6,486 new quarters in future About 5,000 Houses, Shopping Complex, School and Dispensary at Dheerpur under PPP : 60 Acres About 1,500 staff quarters in several other Districts in Delhi.

61 61 Welfare Measures Delhi Police Education Fund  Rs crore granted to 5,369 children of police personnel for pursuing higher education Police Foundation for Education  14 study centers in police colonies including one mobile study van At present four Central Police Canteen are running at NPL 1 st Bn. DAP, Malviya Nagar 7 th Bn. DAP, PTC/Jharoda Kalan & Security Unit

62 62 Delhi Police Welfare Society  Kin of 245 deceased police personnel given Rs. 3 lakh each as financial assistance (Amount has been raised from Rs. 3 to 5 Lakh).  2,593 given marriage loans (Amount has been raised from Rs. 1 to 2 Lakh for daughters and female self marriage).  226 family members given Rs. 10,000/- as cremation charges Vipatti Sahayata Kosh  10 police personnel given financial assistance of Rs. 1 lakh Delhi Police Martyrs Fund.  Financial assistance amounting to Rs. 10 to Rs. 20 lakh to 24 members of the fund Welfare Measures …

63 63 Training

64 64 Training Basic training for 1191 personnel completed Promotional Courses for 2073 personnel 6,443 personnel participated in 220 short-term specialized courses in 53 disciplines  Gender sensitization  Investigation of Rape cases for women IOs  Prevention of Terrorist Attack  Use of Science & technology in Police work.  Investigation of Economic Offences & Cyber Crime. Training programes for senior officers, Addl.DCP and above at 17, Mother Teresa Crescent, every Saturday.

65 65 SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAAN

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