Policing in DU campus all set for makeover
New Delhi: Policing in and around Delhi
University is all set for a makeover by this weekend with
authorities planning to appoint a woman Station House Officer,
deploy more women on beat patrol and set up help desks.
The initiatives have been taken by the Delhi Police to
ensure "more visibility" on the campus where the students,
especially girls, can easily approach its personnel with their
Maurice Nagar Police Station, which has the university
campus under its jurisdiction, will have a woman Station House
Officer and there will be a vigorous beat patrolling, City
Police Commissioner B K Gupta said.
Besides this, Gupta said, six PCR vans will be
deployed and four help desks and three women booths will be
"We need to instill a sense of confidence among
people. The presence of women will have a positive effect,"
Gupta said. These measures will be put in place within
two-three days, he said.
The help desks will be set up at spots near Kirori Mal
College, Art Faculty, Miranda House and Central Institute of
Education while the women desks will be at Kirorimal College,
Rugby Stadium and Art Faculty.
The whole police station area is divided into three
divisions and two PCR vans each will patrol one division.
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