District Committee Bangaluru

 AICPS DISTRICT COMMITTEE OFFICE BANGALORE (KARNATAKA)

9 POST I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

After renew AICPS District Committee office 9 post i-card.then Head Office again sending the AICPS District Committee office 9 post regarding Information latter to your Police Department.

PUBLIC POLICE RELATIONS: INFORMATION ABOUT SOCIETY

HEAD OFFICE CONTACT NO:-09803032666, 09814081141,Contact Time:-10:00AM TO 5:00PM

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Srikanth S., AICPS District Committee Governor,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X508, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

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K.Prashanth Reddy., AICPS District Committee Vice Governor,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X509, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

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Jayaram K.V., AICPS District Committee Ex. President,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X510, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

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Kiran Kumar, AICPS District Committee Chairman,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X511, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

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V.J.Aravindan, AICPS District Committee Secretary,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X512, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

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Prashanth H.M., AICPS District Committee Org. Secretary,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X513, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

Ramdas SP, AICPS District Committee Fin. Secretary,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X514, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

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Nisha Srikanth, AICPS District Committee Treasurer,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X515, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

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Naveen Mahendarkar, AICPS District Committee P.R.O,I-CARD NO:-KAR/DBAN/X516, I-CARD ISSUE DATE:-22-5-2009 TO VALID DATE:-22-5-2010

If any member will misuse this I-Card he will be expelled from the membership will be reported to the police of the area for the necessary action. Only help police to fight the Terrorism and save the country from crime and terrorism. Make India Crime Free with social work

It’s the last day of the Crime Prevention Month that the state police department has been observing. The department is planning to introduce a public-police initiative to help reduce crime rate. Assisting the police in this regard is the All India Crime Prevention Society, an NGOthat has taken the initiative to spread awareness on crime prevention across each locality of the state. Governor of the All India Crime Prevention Society, Srikanth Subramanyam had a têtê-à-têtê withShwetha Son the NGO’s future course of action. When and why was the All India Crime Prevention Society set up?This non-governmental organization was set up in 1956 in northern India where people were anxious to approach the police with their problems. The organization was set up to bridge the gap between the public and police and enable better communication. We set up the Bangalore wing a year ago, and are in the process of identifying members and volunteers. What is your primary motive? The organization’s aim is to enable a friendly interaction between the police and the common man. Hence, if any person is not comfortable in approaching the police directly, but wishes to pass on any information, he/she can convey it through us. We are involved in making people more aware about crime prevention. If the public take extra measures to keep their neighbor hoods safe, the crime rate will come down. How do you go about bridging the gap between police and public? We have already started associating with several residents’ welfare associations in the city. All through the Crime Prevention Month, we conducted various activities at the police stations. We will also begin conducting seminars in each locality, with help from the local police, to spread awareness about crime prevention. We willalso help residents identify the dangers they are vulnerable to and indicate the dosand don’ts. We will soon conduct a seminar at HRBR Layout. There has been arise in murders of and attacks against lonely women and senior citizens.The awareness mantra are the only way to reach out to the masses and make them more cautious. It is the duty of the local police officer to intensify patrolling arounda house whose the residents are not in town, or around houses of senior citizens. However, the onus lies on the public to inform the police and request for extra patrolling. We will talk on such issues during the seminars. Do you have any specific target audience during your seminars? Yes, our drive will be more intense with people living in slums, as most youth residing in these areas are more prone to get dragged into anti-social activities.0 Comments Popular South Africa v/s Sri Lanka: Lankan openers survive first hour of long vigil to save Test Uniform Common code part of govt’s political agenda: Oppn tells Law Commission Turkey detains prominent journalist over tweets: report Manchester City’s Guardiola attends Liverpool game against Stoke, Klopp takes ji be Also Read Bangalore Bengaluru leopard scare: 130 schools remain shut Bangalore Bengaluru techie murder: Accused Sukhbir Singh hid marital statusfrom victim Bangalore Bengaluru: BBMP launches app for civic complaints Bangalore Bengaluru’s lakes turn into sewage pools Bangalore Bengaluru: Infosys to soon have bakery products made by prison inmates Bangalore Stop using actors as political pawns: Priyanka Chopra Live Cricket Score Live AUS465/6(113.5)PAK443/9(126.3)LiveSL49/0(22.5),205/10(64.5)SA406/6(90.5),286/10(98.5)Related Bengaluru : Rain and cold weather to persist for next 24 hours, cricket fans disappointed

Home All India Crime Prevention Society Bangalore Combating crime by networking with citizens it’s the last day of the Crime Prevention Month that the state police department has been observing. Thursday, 31 December 2009

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