Honesty, politeness and sympathy expected from UP cops, finds survey

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The findings of the survey done on the Uttar Pradesh police has revealed that people expect cops to be more honest, polite and sympathetic.

Addressing a press conference at the police headquarters in Lucknow, state Director General of Police (DGP) OP Singh said “Sample survey of 3625 people was conducted by an independent agency in 9 districts to check opinions of people about the working of the police. 82 per cent of the total people surveyed expect cops to be honest, 65 per cent want them to be polite. 56 per cent expect loyalty from them while 35 per cent said that policemen needs to be more sympathetic.”

“87 per cent of the women believe that they feel more safer at present while 82 per cent say that crime against senior citizens has come down drastically. 68 per cent of the responders feel that they are more safer at night due to the alertness shown by the police while 70 per cent of the businessmen claim that they feel more secure in the past two and a half years. 91 per cent of the pilgrims who visited the Kumbh mela appreciated the alertness and security arrangements made by the policemen. The faith shown by people on the police is highly motivating,” Singh said.

The DGP also said that the priority of the police at present is to eliminate crime and corruption. Complaints of corruption on Dial 100 will be integrated to the DGP control room and will also be monitored by the officers of additional director general (ADG) level.

“Our police has always focused on zero tolerance against corruption. 72 cases of traps have been done in government departments this year till now by the anti-corruption team on complaints by people. We have also caught police officials in trap cases. In many blind cases, UP police has done remarkable investigation and our cops have become more tech-savy,” claimed the DGP.

Source By Indiatoday

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