Haryana Pushes for Police Reform: Standardized Complaint Process and Improved Grievance Resolution

Haryana Pushes for Police Reform: Standardized Complaint Process and Improved Grievance Resolution

Haryana Pushes for Police Reform: Standardized Complaint Process and Improved Grievance Resolution

Haryana took a step toward improved policing today with a national conference hosted by the state’s Police Complaint Authority. The event aimed to standardize the operations of similar authorities across India and facilitate discussions on key issues in law enforcement.

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar underscored the importance of enhancing the efficacy of these complaint authorities, expediting grievance resolution, and strengthening coordination among police forces. He emphasized a commitment to fairness and transparency in addressing public concerns.

Highlighting reforms already implemented, Khattar mentioned the mandatory registration of FIRs for every individual approaching a police station, addressing a previous complaint of non-registration. Additionally, Zero FIRs, which can be filed at any station regardless of jurisdiction, were introduced to tackle jurisdictional hurdles.

Beyond complaint registration, Khattar emphasized strengthening law enforcement through the establishment of the Haryana State Enforcement Bureau. This specialized body combats financial irregularities like tax evasion, electricity theft, and illegal water usage. Furthermore, the dedicated State Police Complaint Authority has already received around 2,000 complaints regarding police misconduct, demonstrating its role in holding officers accountable.

This national conference signifies Haryana’s proactive approach to police reform. By standardizing complaint processes, ensuring swift resolution, and bolstering enforcement capabilities, the state aims to build public trust and improve the overall law and order situation.

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