Jalukie women police station building inaugurated
Dimapur, Aug. 5 (EMN): The relocated Jalukie Women Police Station building was inaugurated on August 5 in the presence of DGP, Nagaland SP Peren, dignitaries and public leaders. The programme organised by DEF Peren.
Deputy General of Police, Nagaland, T John Longkumer, who inaugurated the women police station building, acknowledged the community for their co-operation and constant support in maintaining law and order, informed an update by DIPR. He stated that Jalukie is a wonderful town which has lots of potential with development taking place at a very fast pace.
Longkumer asserted that the main focus of the police force is community policing in order to provide safety and security not only to the residents of Jalukie town but also to its adjoining villages. He added that development will not happen without security.
The police officer stated that women police force would also be given financial help in the best possible way and encouraged the personnel to provide a healing touch to the needy. He went on to encourage the female youths to be a part of the Special Task Force (STF) whose main motive is to specialise in monitoring the happening within the locality.
Longkumer announced that “33% reservation seats has also been reserved for Women Police Force in Nagaland” and challenged the youths (women) to join the force while assuring transparency during the recruitment. He also urged the “un-uniformed personals to collectively work together with the women police force.”