SPs shifted from Noida, Ghaziabad; Arun Kumar Singh is new Noida SP
Dinesh Yadav, superintendent of police (city), Noida, has been transferred to Lucknow and will be serving as SP, Anti -Terrorism Squad (ATSnoida Updated: May 20, 2017 23:10 IST
In a major reshuffle of police officers in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday, several senior officers in Gautam Budh Nagar and Ghaziabad were also moved from their present posts.
Dinesh Yadav, superintendent of police (city), Noida, has been transferred to Lucknow and will be serving as SP, Anti -Terrorism Squad (ATS).
Arun Kumar Singh, who was SP (rural) in Meerut, has been made city’s police chief.
Yadav rendered his services for more than two years in Noida after he was posted there in April 12, 2015. Apart from city’s policing, Yadav also looked after the affairs of the cyber cell.
He played a key role in establishing the Centre for Cyber Crime Investigation (CCCI), a hi-tech centre equipped with modern facilities such as ElcomSoft Password Recovery, a password breaking tool, and Wireshark, for network protocol capture and analysis.
Anil Kumar Jha will be the superintendent of police (traffic), the post was lying vacant after the transfer of Prabal Pratap Singh.
Jha is presently posted as superintendent of police in Shamli. Preeti Bala Gupta, who is superintendent of police (rural) Moradabad will be heading the crime wing in Noida. She is replacing Ramyash Singh, who has been transferred to Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) in Lucknow.
In Ghaziabad, superintendent of police (traffic), Rajesh Kumar, will now be posted as SP (rural) at Meerut. The position in Ghaziabad will now be headed by Shyam Narain Singh who comes from economic offences wing, Lucknow. SP (crime), Pravin Ranjan Singh, also moves out as SP (city) at Bulandshahr and will be replaced by Brijesh Kumar Singh who arrives from Aligarh. SP (control room) Anil Kumar Pandey will now be SP (city) at Jaunpur.
First Published: May 20, 2017 23:06 IST