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Register FIRs promptly, new SP tells police officers

Superintendent of Police, Tiruchi, P.S.C. Kalyan, who assumed charge on Monday, has directed police officers serving under him to promptly register the First Information Report (FIR) or issue Community Service Register (CSR) upon receiving complaints from the public.

Mr. Kalyan replaces T. Senthil Kumar, who has been transferred and posted as Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime and Traffic), Tiruchi City. Mr. Senthil Kumar handed over charge to Mr. Kalyan at the District Police Office here on Monday.

A 2011-batch Indian Police Service officer, Mr. Kalyan, a native of Andhra Pradesh, served as Assistant Superintendent of Police, Training, at Madurai. Thereafter, he served as Assistant Superintendent of Police and Joint Superintendent of Police at Dharmapuri. He was elevated to the rank of Superintendent of Police and served as Deputy Commissioner of Police, St. Thomas Mount, at Chennai City from November 2015 until his present transfer to Tiruchi.

Mr. Kalyan met the police officers serving in the jurisdiction of Tiruchi Rural Police limits and directed them to register FIR immediately or issue CSR to the public approaching police stations with complaints. He also directed the officers to attend to law and order issues by directly going to the spot and solving them.

Stern action would be initiated against those indulging in grave crimes such as murder, kidnap, sexual assault against minors and women, besides those committing property crimes such as robbery and burglary, he warned.

He also advised police personnel to deal with the public approaching police stations in a courteous manner, besides exhorting them to work in an efficient manner to check accidents on highways and curtail crimes, a police press release said.


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