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Jaipur Police on WhatsApp - 7300363636


Jaipur Police

The Jaipur Police is all set to embrace the latest technology for the benefit of the public. Police commissioner of the city Mr. Sanjay Agarwal yesterday launched a WhatsApp number for the citizens on whom they can report any crime, police misbehavior, unwarranted behavior of traffic police or by the staff of police station and other relevant information. The number would be regularly monitored 24 houses by the well trained professionals. The police department is also planning to run the slides at cinema halls to aware the public about the facility. As a major tourist city, the department is also planning to make a booklet comprising the contact numbers of various police stations of Jaipur. Understandably the booklet will also contain this WhatsApp Number.

As opposed to the earlier similar attempt that failed due to lack of proper care, this time the police has professionally trained professional’s trainee the staff to segregate different types of information and updates. The WhatsApp number can also be used for the feedback on the positive or negative behavior of police.

Whatsapp Number: 7300363636

The Whatsapp Number can be used for:

  • Reporting a crime
  • Complaining about the negative behavior of the police
  • Appreciating the positive behavior
  • Sending videos and images of the crime scene

 

Not Just a half-hearted attempt

The number will be manned at police control room to ensure timely communication with the nearby police van or police station for a prompt action


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