News and Events - 2016

Best Employee(Ministerial Staff) of DPO, Tvpm City for the month of December 2016

As per the order No. G10-108961/2016/TC, a Committee under the Chairmanship of District Police Chief, Tvpm City was constituted for the selection of the "Best Employee" (Ministerial Staff) of DPO, Tvpm City for the month of December 2016. On the basis of the assessment and recommendation of the Committee, Smt. Sheeba Beegum, Senior Clerk (G3 Section, General Branch), CPO Tvpm City is selected as the Best Employee of CPO, Tvpm City for the month of December 2016.

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Best Employee(Ministerial Staff) of DPO, Tvpm City for the month of November 2016

As per the order No. G10-108961/2016/TC, a Committee under the Chairmanship of District Police Chief, Tvpm City was constituted for the selection of the "Best Employee" (Ministerial Staff) of DPO, Tvpm City for the month of November 2016. On the basis of the assessment and recommendation of the Committee, Sri. Savad.J, Bill Branch Clerk(F4 Section), DPO Tvpm City is selected as the Best Employee of DPO, Tvpm City for the month of November 2016.

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A Day with Police

The Kerala Police organized a programme named 'A day with police' in schools, in association with student police cadet project, with an aim to make children familiar with the functioning of police in the state. A performance by Thiruvananthapuram City police band and a display of police arsenal will be held at Govt Girls High School Pattom. Children will be provided with an opportunity to interact with the cavalry force and dog squad of Kerala Police at Govt Model School, Thycaud and Government School for Deaf & Dumb, DPI Junction respectively.

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Ganja Leader Arrested

Pettah Police have arrested a wholesale ganja dealer from Kochuveli railway station. The arrested, Vanaraj ,59, is a resident of Goodalur, Theni, Tamilnadu. He was arrested after police intensified search for gangs that sold ganja in huge quantities to small scale dealers in the city who then centred their business around schools and colleges.

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Pink Police Patrol

Thiruvananthapuram City Police introduced ‘Pink Beat’ patrol for enhancing the safety for women and children in public places. The Pink Beat includes specially trained women police personnel. These police personnel will patrol on KSRTC and private stage carriers and will be present at bus stops, schools, colleges and other public places. They will assist women, children and senior citizens travelling on buses.

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