Odisha Chief Minister Launches App to Help Citizens Contact Police

 
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Odisha Chief Minister Launches App to Help Citizens Contact Police
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Thursday launched a new mobile app of the Commissionerate Police for the residents of the twin cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack that would enable them to contact police directly and instantly.

The Android app, called BBSR-CTC Police, will have all data, including details of all police stations, their landline numbers, mobile numbers of all the officers and the entire range of services provided by the Commissionerate Police.

"I am happy that today (Thursday) a mobile application of Commissionerate Police has been unveiled which would help police to reach out to people by using the technology," Patnaik said after launching the service on the occasion of the eighth foundation day of the Commissionerate Police in Bhubaneswar.

"I am happy that today a mobile application of Commissionerate Police has been unveiled which would help the police in effectively reaching out to the masses by using the benefits of modern communication technology. I call upon all members of the Police force to make use of technology to improve their overall performance and provide a safe and secure atmosphere to all the citizens, especially women and senior citizens," he said.

Orissadiary quotes Commissioner of Police RP Sharma to say,"The app will have all relevant data about the Commissionerate Police like the details of all police stations in the Twin City, including their landline phone numbers, the mobile phone numbers of the concerned officers and the entire range of services provided by it."

"The app will have all relevant data about the Commissionerate Police like the details of all police stations in the Twin City, including their landline phone numbers, the mobile phone numbers of the concerned officers and the entire range of services provided by it," - See more here.

Written with inputs from IANS

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