SSP Kishtwar reviews security, crime

SSP Kishtwar Abdul Qayoom chairing a meeting in Kishtwar on Monday. -Excelsior/Tilak Raj
SSP Kishtwar Abdul Qayoom chairing a meeting in Kishtwar on Monday. -Excelsior/Tilak Raj

Excelsior Correspondent

KISHTWAR, May 27: To ensure safe and peaceful upcoming religious festivities and Yatras, SSP Kishtwar, Abdul Qayoom here today chaired a comprehensive security and crime review meeting which was attended by Additional SP Kishtwar, SDPOs, SHOs, IC PPs, IOs and other senior officers.
During meeting, the SSP addressed several critical aspects related to crime prevention, investigation and community safety.
A thorough examination of recent crime trends and statistics in Kishtwar district was conducted to identify the areas of concern while the status of ongoing criminal investigations was also reviewed to ensure timely resolution and justice for victims.
Strategies to strengthen community policing and enhance public safety were discussed with emphasis on community involvement in maintaining law and order.
The SSP assessed effectiveness of current crime prevention initiatives to optimize resources and improve outcomes and deliberated on the measures to tackle drug abuse within the district focusing on prevention, rehabilitation and enforcement.
He reviewed the strategies to curb bovine smuggling activities underscoring the need for coordinated efforts to combat this illegal practice.
Updates on anti-militancy operations and strategies were provided, highlighting the importance of vigilance to ensure the safety and security of the region.
It was emphasized that daily updates on these issues would be maintained through the E-beat book records, facilitating real-time monitoring and response.
The SSP Kishtwar also directed the participating officers to remain extra vigilant, strengthen checkpoints and generate actionable intelligence to thwart the nefarious designs of anti-national elements.
He further directed the officers to lead in conducting area domination and specific CASOs in vulnerable pockets.