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					RAJASTHAN POLICE




       A Presentation by:

              A.S.Gill
              Director General of Police
              Rajasthan
 INITIATIVES
      for
   QUALITY
       in
GOVERNANCE
            CHALLENGES
   Mutual distrust between the police & the
    public
   Lack of community involvement
   Attitude and behaviour
   Quality of service delivery
   Reactive approach – No emphasis on
    problem solving
   Resource constraints
   Inadequacies in Criminal Justice System
   Negative image
        SHARED VISION

“Aam jan mein viswas, aparadhion mein dar”


Developing trust among the general public

                      &

    Instilling fear of law in the criminals
               INITIATIVES

   Police Public Partnership Program
          Community Outreach
          Targeting Specific Groups
          Community Liaison Groups
          Alternate Dispute Resolution
   Capacity Building
   Improving Service Delivery
   Crime Control Strategies
   MIT Project
      COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Visit of police officers to villages/wards for..
   Reaching out to the local community
   Redressal of public grievances
   Ascertaining local policing needs
   Community participation in crime prevention
   Wining friends & influencing people
    TARGETING SPECIFIC
        GROUPS…..
• ‘Interface’ – Interaction with students
• Youth Clubs
• „Aastha‟ - Sensitization of women
•  ‘Sambal‟ - Interaction with senior citizens „
•  „Souhard‟ – Crime Free Villages/Reformation
                 of criminals
• Family Counseling Centres
             COMMUNITY LIASION
                 GROUPS
Constituted at the
         •   State
         •   District
         •   Police Station
         •   Ward/Village
                              Levels

•   Over 2 lakh members
•   Over 4,000 Community Police Officers to
    assist the police
               ALTERNATE DISPUTE
                  RESOLUTION
   Started IN 2005
   Dispute taken up-
       Domestic Disputes cases
       Compoundable cases pending trial
       Petty disputes
       Disputes having law & order implications
   Resolved by Ward/Village CLGs & Beat
    Constable
              CAPACITY BUILDING

   Training in professional skills
   Training in soft skills
   Empowerment of constabulary
   2007 – ‘Year of Constable’
   Counselling by psychologists
   Peer counselling
   Performance based incentives
   Partnership with Community
        Infrastructure upgradation

   Linkage with corporate sector
        Training

   Code of Conduct
               IMPROVING SERVICE
                   DELIVERY
   ISO Certification of Police Stations
       Standardization of procedures

       Time limit for each activity

       Quality assurance protocols

       41 ISO certified – 165 in pipeline
         IMPROVING SERVICE
             DELIVERY
• Time bound & Transparent Investigation

       Scene of crime case diary to reach DySP
        within 48 hrs with tentative conclusion
       Early disposal

• Reception & Information Desks in Police Stations
• Women Desks in Police Stations
            CASE OFFICER SCHEME

   Officers assisting prosecutors in selected
    cases
   4679 cases taken – mainly cases against
    professional criminals & sensational cases
   Stiffer sentences
   Bails more difficult
            HARDCORE CRIMINAL
                 SCHEME
   Most active habitual criminals short-
    listed(1571)
   Regular and close surveillance
   Preventive action
   Bails opposed more effectively
   Nearly 1/3rd in judicial custody
   Cases taken up under Case Officer Scheme
             MIT PROJECT
 Pilot project in 11 Police Stations from Feb 15,
  2006
      Assured minimum tenure of 1 year
      One weekly off
      Job-rotation
      Community Observers

 Project extended to 150 P.Ss. in 10 districts
     Training in mediation, soft skills and
       professional skills
      Funded by Hewlett Foundation, USA and
       UNODC
                        IMPACT

• Police-Public Partnership
    Institutionalization of CLG in Rajasthan Police Act 2007
    Settlement of over 2 lakhs disputes that included
      • Domestic dispute (25,285 resolved – 8411 cases registered)
      • Compoundable cases pending trial (13,788 cases settled)
    Villages across districts have witnessed crime reduction up
     to 90%.
    Improved infrastructure
• Crime control strategies
    Time Bound and Transparent investigation
    Pendency down to 4.51% in Dec 2007 – (National average 24%
     in 2005)
                    IMPACT

Case Officers Scheme
       •Disposal rate – 39.6% (National average – 16.7%)
       •Conviction rate – 72.8% (general conviction rate – 42.8%)

 Hardcore Criminal Scheme
       •Reduced incidence of recidivism
       •Reformation of criminals.

                  1400
                  1200   1394   1302
                  1000
                   800
                   600                        Crime

                   400                 476
                   200
                    0
                         2004   2005   2006
                       IMPACT
•Capacity building and empowerment of constabulary
   Enhanced self-esteem, confidence & motivation level.
   Healthy competition among police personnel.
   Better behavior and response.
   Better manpower utilisation
   Resource Enhancement (Provision of Rs. 90 lakhs from
    GOI)
   Cross linkages with institutions of national repute (IIMs, CII,
    IL&FS, ASCI etc)
•Improved service delivery
   ISO certification increased transparency and accountability
   Early disposal of investigations/enquiries/verifications
     RECOGNITIONS IN 2007
•   Best Police Station in the world – Shiprapath
    by Altus Global International, The Hague,
    Netherlands
•   Clark R. Bavin Wildlife Law Enforcement Award by
    Animal Welfare Institute, USA
•   Best Investigation Award on credit card frauds at
    Singapore by Asia Pacific Risk Conference on Fraud
    Trends Across the Globe
•   Two entries among the 10 finalists for the Webber
    Seavey Award of International Association of Chiefs
    of Police
•   Indira Priyadarshini Vriksha Mitra Award by MoE&F,
    GOI
             ROAD AHEAD

• Consolidation of current initiatives

• Extending training in professional and soft skills

• Establishing centres of excellence

• Technological upgradation
“Better to light a candle
than to curse the darkness”

                - Chinese proverb
POLICE STATION
 SHIPRA PATH
POLICE STATION
 VIDHAYAKPURI
RECEPTION CENTRE..
PHYSICAL CONDITION…
COMPUTER CENTRE..
MESS…
BARRACS…
RECORD ROOM…
RECORD ROOM…
MAL KHANA…
COMMUNITY ORIENTATION...
COMMUNITY ORIENTATION...
DISPUTE RESOLUTION…
CLG MEETING…
SAMBHAL…
BEAT MAP...
WOMEN DESK...
INFORMATION DESK…
              VISITOR COMMENTS...

This was a very impressive visit. It was wonderful to see so many police
officials dedicated to building a good mutual relationship with the
community. I have visited many police agencies around the world. This was
one of the best. Congratulations!



                                                   Richard Aborn
                                                          New York
                                               (International Juror)
                                                    26 March, 2007
I have no words to describe this
change – so AMAZING will
have to suffice. Congratulations
& keep up the good work!

               Vasundhara Raje
                 CM, Rajasthan
“This is not an ISO police
Station but an EYE
OPENER Police
Station.”
      Shiv Khera
International Motivator
I have not seen a Police Station
like this in my life. I will be back for
another visit

                     Dr Bibek Debroy
                     Economist
I am amazed by the achievements
of this Police Station both in
physical and human capital. Most
striking is the integration with the
COMMUNITY!!....

                 Amit Mitra
                 Secy. General FICCI
This Police Station have been
completely turned around and is
now a model Police Station…..



          Admiral Madhvendra Singh
   “One needs to visit this police station if
one has to see the powerful impact that change
in behavior and attitude can have. …
     If all policemen – or, even most of them
emulate the example of this PS , the police
needn’t worry about its image…”
                           P.C. SHARMA,
                         Member,
                         National Human
                         Rights Commission