To ensure safety and security of the locals, the Sirmour police have decided to take several steps. The victims of any case would get a copy of an FIR free of cost from January 1, 2014, by post so that the victim may not suffer.
However, the complainant would also be updated with the status of the case through post card. Addressing the community policing meeting, superintendent of police (SP) Sumedha Dwivedi appealed to the people for effective policing and well-being of the society.
She said that with the support of people police could perform more effectively. The SP said that in order to ensure safety and security on the road police had decided to launch a scheme to put red flags on fatal spots which would be an indicator for vehicle drivers for cautious driving.
Assistant superintendent of police (ASP) BS Thakur said that to speed up the process of giving NOCs by police to public, a no objection certificate (NOC) counter for vehicles had been set up where the applicant had to fill form no 28 and submit a copy of RC and Rs 20. Earlier, the SP had participated in a function to mark the third anniversary of 108 ambulance services in the state.