CP Kothakota Srinivas Reddy
In a significant development aimed at fostering public awareness of road safety and showcasing the latest technological advancements in traffic management, CP Kothakota Srinivas Reddy inaugurated police stalls at the ongoing Numaish event in the city on Thursday.
The inauguration ceremony marked a pivotal moment as the city’s top police official encouraged the public to visit the stalls and familiarize themselves with the cutting-edge technology employed by the city police to enhance traffic management.
CP Reddy, in his address to the public, emphasized the importance of staying informed about the latest developments in policing technology. He urged visitors to explore the stalls and gain valuable insights into the measures undertaken by the city police to ensure a safer and more secure environment for all residents.
The police stalls not only serve as an educational platform for technology enthusiasts but also offer an insider’s view of the various services provided by the city police. Visitors can engage with police personnel, ask questions, and gain a deeper understanding of the efforts put forth by law enforcement in maintaining law and order.
The establishment of these stalls aligns with the broader objective of raising public awareness on crucial issues such as road safety, women’s safety, and the detrimental effects of drug abuse. Through interactive displays and informational materials, the police aim to empower the community with knowledge that can contribute to a safer and more vigilant society.
The Numaish event, which commenced on January 1, is set to continue until February 15. The police stalls at the event will serve as a hub for disseminating information, fostering community engagement, and building a stronger bond between the police force and the public.
Citizens are encouraged to take advantage of this unique opportunity to not only stay abreast of the latest technological advancements in policing but also to actively participate in creating a safer environment for everyone. The police stalls are open to the public throughout the duration of the Numaish, providing a valuable platform for interaction, education, and community building.
Author: Naveed Uddin Khan Uzair
Crime Today News | Hyderabad