UT cops equip PCR vehicles with flashlights
Following the incident where the Police Control Room (PCR) staff chased and arrested two motor vehicle thieves on February 18, the UT Police on Thursday equipped all the PCR vehicles with digital cameras and 15 high-power flashlights for its officials.
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Roshan Lal, who was recently relieved of his charges of the PCR said, "While the PCR staff had been on a chase in the forest in dark, the need for search lights was felt. The tenders had been floated with the consent of the DIG, and the cameras were distributed on Thursday".
The cameras have 4 gb memory cards with a capacity to store nearly 1,000-still photographs or 20-minute video recordings.
A two-day workshop has also been organised by the UT Police PCR staff. At the workshop, company representatives, who had been given the tender for the cameras and search lights, will impart training to the PCR staff.
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