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Odisha CM wants cops render best professional services

Cuttack, September 18, 2017: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday urged the police to   dedicate themselves and render the best professional services for the benefit of the common man. 

Patnaik while addressing the valedictory event of the three-day long 65th edition of Police Duty Meet at the Reserve Police Ground in Buxibazaar here said, “I am happy  to see the  progress  made, particularly  in the spheres of increasing   use    of    scientific     aids    in   investigation     and inculcation  of scientific  temper  amongst the police personnel.”

Investigation of offences against women, children, dalits and  tribals   has   to   be   done   on  a  priority   basis   and  in  a meticulous    manner, said Patnaik.  

“I urge   you   to   dedicate    yourself    and   render   the  best professional   services  for the benefit  of the common  man,” added the Chief Minister.

As many as 187 competitors, including 40 Inspectors, 48 Sub-Inspectors, 43 ASIs and 56 Constables participated in different events of the Duty Meet. At least 21 K-Nine (Dogs) coming from 37 police districts also participated in the mega annual event.

The Duty Meet witnessed competitions in various policing subjects like observation and police portrait, scientific aid to investigation, medico legal test, finger print identification, lifting - packing and forwarding of exhibit, photography, DNA finger printing, technical surveillance, cyber crimes, laws and rules and computer awareness test among others. The successful competitors will be selected to participate in the All India Police Duty Meet.

The CM also felicitated the winners in various categories. DGP Dr Rajendra Prasad Sharma among many senior police officials attended the event.

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