Kohima, December 03 (NEx): The Government had announced India’s Top 10 Police Stations and Nongpok Sekmai Police Station of Thoubal district, Manipur has topped the annual ranking among 16,671 Police stations in India. The Government of India selects best performing Police Stations across the country every year, to incentivize more effective functioning of police stations and bring healthy competition among them.
The Thoubal Police in a tweet yesterday, informed that the Trophy for Best Police Station of the Country, 2020 has been handed over virtually by the Honourable Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah to Insp. K. Premkumar Mangang, Officer- in-Charge, Nongpok Sekmai P.S. Thoubal District, Manipur during the DGsP/IGsP Conference, 2020.
“This prestigious achievement is possible due to the sincere efforts of Thoubal District Police and senior officers of Manipur Police under the leadership of DGP, Manipur L.M Khaute and overall supervision of the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Manipur Shri Biren Singh”- the tweet reads.
Trophy for Best Police Station of the Country, 2020 has been handed over virtually today by the Honourable Union Home Minister @AmitShah to Insp. K. Premkumar Mangang, Officer-in-Charge, Nongpok Sekmai P.S. Thoubal District, Manipur during the DGsP/IGsP Conference, 2020 (1/2) pic.twitter.com/NtcErQ2HfE
— Thoubal Police (@PoliceThoubal) December 2, 2020
The Top 10 Police Stations in the country for 2020 are:
The annual ranking of Police Stations recognizes the hard work of police personnel, encourages police forces and also provides a feedback on many aspects of policing in the country for future guidance. It also provides a picture of the state of physical infrastructure, resources and deficiencies at the level of police stations which works as a constant guide for improvements, a PIB report said.
The selection is in accordance with the directions of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, while addressing the Directors General of Police during the 2015 Conference in Kutch, Gujarat. The Prime Minister had directed that parameters should be laid down for grading police stations and assessing their performance based on feedback.
The objective was to rank the top 10 Police Stations out of 16,671 Police Stations in the country through data analysis, direct observation and public feedback. The ranking process commenced with shortlisting of the best performing Police Stations, in each State on the basis of addressing property offence, Crime against women, Crime against weaker sections, Missing persons, unidentified found person and unidentified dead bodies. The last parameter has been introduced this year.
The number of Police Stations selected initially from each State comprised of three from each State with more than 750 Police Stations, two from all other States and Delhi and one from each Union Territory.
In the final stage, 19 parameters were identified to evaluate the standards of service delivery and identify techniques of improvement in policing, constituting 80 percent of weightage in overall scoring. The balance 20 percent was based on infrastructure of the police station and approachability of personnel and feedback of citizens. All States of the Union participated in this year’s survey with full co-operation to complete the survey during the pandemic.
(With inputs from PIB)