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Software : Warangal Police Goes Online

Warangal police setup their own district level web site,  to better reach out to people and provide statistics along with up-to-date information on various cases pending. Also attempting to use the website to promote safety and alert people about various scams.

There is a public grievance form, where people can submit their grievances to seek help from Warangal police.

The district police launched their own website extending their services and bringing more transparency in their operations.

District Collector B. Janardhan launched the website at a function here on Saturday. Superintendent of Police V. C. Sajjanar said they launched the dedicated website to make use of the latest technology and bring in more efficiency. He hoped the new facility will help reduce the number of pending cases and infuse confidence about the police among the people. The portal would contain all the details about each case, its stage and time needed for disposal.

The portal cautions the people about the illegal activities of realtors, private chit fund companies among others.

The site offers information on district police history, police martyrs, investigation of cases, helpline, police services, telephone numbers of police officials besides general information such as tourist attractions in the district and socio-political history of Warangal.

The Hindu : Andhra Pradesh / Warangal News : Warangal police launch website

Something that caught our attention is the Pay scale of police force. Compared to average earnings per person as of today including the high inflation rates, we thought these pay scales are quite low. Some argue, those low pay scales force, some officers to use other ways to make a decent livelihood.


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