Raipur. On the instructions of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the action is being initiated at the police headquarters level to monitor crimes related to women. All the districts will have to give the details in the Google Spreadsheet. The basic objective behind this is to provide immediate justice to the victims. Along with this, paperless real-time monitoring will be possible by having an online monitoring system.
Director General of Police (DGP) DM Awasthi said that crimes against women will be monitored and reviewed through Google Spreadsheets. For this, a link to Google Spreadsheet will be sent to all the districts. As soon as the link is opened, the daily information about the crime against women will have to be filled in the prescribed format. A special women's cell has been set up at the police headquarters for monitoring. Additional Inspector General (AIG) Bhavna Gupta has been appointed State Nodal Officer for monitoring the crimes against women. This monitoring system is being implemented from 1st November. DGP Awasthi has today issued these instructions to all the IGs (Inspector General) and SPs (Superintendent of Police) through video conferencing.
3 alerts will appear in Google Spreadsheet
DGP Awasthi will himself monitor the action taken on crimes against women from the police headquarters. If there is no action taken against the crimes, three different types of alerts will appear in the Google Spreadsheet. If there is no arrest within 15 days from the date of registration of the crime, the yellow alert will appear in the relevant district’s column, red alert for not presenting the challan within 15 days from the date of arrest and blacklist if the challan is not presented within 60 days from the date of arrest. If there is no action taken against the crimes against women in the said period, disciplinary action will be taken against the police officer concerned.
Will be honoured with the title of ‘Super Investigator’
Police officers who will work swiftly on crimes against women and punish criminals will also be awarded. DGP Awasthi has said that the police officers who punish the culprits at the earliest will be honoured with the title of Super Investigator.