Hyderabad: Ensuring woman safety has been the most important aspect for the State government and the Telangana police ever since separate Statehood was achieved,...
Will offer counselling, guidance through volunteers to the complainants
SHE Teams in-charge, ADGP Swati Lakra and Jangaon DCP, Banda Sreenivasa Reddy bagged President’s Police Medals
Prof Suneetha Rani explained the key concepts related to gender, the subtle manifestations of gender-based violence, patriarchal institutions, social and cultural agencies that perpetuate violence against women
Last year, a QR code mechanism for complaints was also launched wherein around 40,000 QR barcodes in Telugu, English, Urdu language were given to police teams across the State
The Women's Safety Wing (WSW) of Telangana Police Department has decided to extend help to women in distress including providing online counselling for them.
CP Anjani Kumar said the government had recently sanctioned the construction of one more Bharosa Centre for the Hyderabad City Police apart from 13 new Family Counseling Centres
Hyderabad: Telangana police with the support of voluntary organisations on Thursday launched a free food (lunch) service for Covid patients who are in isolation,...
Shanti Susan, a constable with the Hyderabad city police and a single mother, never lets any obstacle come in the way of her passion for riding
QR codes system, according to Telangana DGP, will also help in getting a high-level perception of how safe citizens, particularly women, feel about their locality or work place or public places
“I feel honoured to be a part of this initiative and I thank the Cyberabad Police for all their measures to keep us safe. I feel safe in this city thanks to Cyberabad Police,” Anushka Shetty said.
To maintain the quality of services in Bharosa centres in the State, the refresher training has been arranged with the help of NIMHANS, Bangalore, she said.
For greater coordination between States, Telangana DGP suggested establishing an inter-State working group and appointing a special nodal officer
Telangana State police while using Darpan to match missing children’s photographs with children found at various child homes across the country detected the said boy by matching his photos.
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