On the second death anniversary of the horrific December 16 'Nirbhaya' gang-rape, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Tuesday said that several changes have been made in law to prevent crime against women since the incident but there is a need for society to change for it to be effective as well.
In the aftermath of the Uber rape case, police and transport department are working together to frame a foolproof system that will ensure that no person with criminal antecedents gets a licence, the Delhi Police chief said on Friday.
The Delhi Police Commissioner was on Wednesday directed to constitute a team of officials headed by an ACP to further probe a rape case lodged by a girl against her father, by a court which also asked the top cop to take action against erring policemen for "tainted" investigation.
Delhi Police is bracing itself for a "long window" of heightened vigil with visits of high profile foreign leaders, terror threat to the national capital and a possible Assembly election all set to keep it on its toes till February next year.
Perturbed over the murder of a PhD scholar from Manipur, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday nudged Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi and directed him to send a report as early as possible about the progress of the investigation into the case.
Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Saturday emphasised on the need to develop traffic discipline in every citizen of the city and asked traffic policemen to start prosecuting two-wheeler riders for not wearing helmets even on residential lanes.
Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Monday termed the recent spate of attacks on policemen in the national capital as "part of their job" while observing that one doesn't need to "read too much" into such incidents.
A local court has asked Delhi Police Commissioner and the director of prosecution to initiate probe against a Investigating Officer (IO) and a law officer for delay in filing charge sheet in a chit fund case.
The Delhi Police Commissioner has been directed by a court here to order crime teams of all the districts to take photographs of the scene of crime in landscape mode, instead of just the usual close-up or portrait mode, to help courts analyse the evidence found on the scene.