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    In a recent review meeting at the District Police Office in Gadwal, District SP Thota Srinivasa Rao, IPS, discussed actions and pending cases with district police officers. He highlighted the importance of focusing on cases involving missing women and ensuring every case has a plan of action. The rapid completion of cybercrime investigations was also emphasized. For minor cases that are pending, swift investigation and filing of chargesheets were urged. CIs and SIs were specifically questioned about the details of the pending cases.

    During the meeting, District SP Thota Srinivasa Rao, IPS, stressed that cases under investigation should be thoroughly examined from all angles to ensure a thorough resolution. He advised that theft cases be handled according to a plan of action and standard operating procedures. SIs were instructed to ensure respectful interaction with complainants at the police station. The importance of organizing awareness programs in villages to educate the youth about cyber crimes and drug use was also emphasized. SIs were directed to visit five villages a week within their police station limits to assess conditions and authorities in sensitive villages were urged to remain vigilant.

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    District SP Thota Srinivasa Rao, IPS, directed officials to visit sensitive villages once a week to maintain vigilance. Increasing visible policing through Blue Colds patrol cars and ensuring prompt response to dial 100 calls within 5 to 10 minutes were emphasized. Community policing initiatives such as conducting awareness programs about installing CC cameras in large numbers were suggested. SIs were instructed to monitor CC cameras daily and promptly repair any malfunctioning units. Immediate handling of property cases, including those related to soil and sand smuggling, was also stressed.

    The District SP directed officials to seize vehicles involved in the illegal transport of sand and emphasized the immediate response to complaints received at police stations. The meeting was attended by additional SP of the district Mr. K. Guna Shekhar, D. SP Satyanarayana, Gadwal C.I. Beam Kumar, Alampur Ravi Babu, Shantinagar C.I. Ratnam, CCS Inspector Venkateswara Reddy, SIs of all police stations in the district, IT Cell Incharge SI Srikanth, DC RB SI Rajitha, and other staff members.

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