Dimapur Police website formally launched

Dimapur Police website formally launched
TJ Longkumer formally launching the website on Monday.
DIMAPUR, SEP 10 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/10/2018 1:41:27 PM IST

DGP Nagaland T.J Longkumer on Monday formally launched the Dimapur police website, during his maiden visit to Dimapur police commissionerate office.  Though the website was officially launched by the then DGP, L.L. Doungel, Dimapur Police has incorporated some new features on its updated website.

Before launching the website, DGP lauded Dimapur police for their various achievements and highlighted on the certain challenges and the need to accordingly strategize and upgrade the current system of district policing. Earlier, in his welcome address, Commissioner of Police, Limasunep Jamir, gave a brief report about the Commissionerate setup since its inception in 2015.  

According to a press note issued by PRO Dimapur police, the new website include filing online application for police verification, filing online lost report, lists of wanted and missing persons, direct link to Facebook posts and ‘Contact Us’ and ‘Archive’ sections.

Now, any citizen will be able to easily apply online for police verification, wherein a user/citizen can fill his/her details online on the website at any time without having to visit commissionerate of police (CP) office or police station. 

All services will be delivered online and the applicant will have to visit CP office only once to collect the final certificate. 

The new site not only save time, but also money and bring policing closer to the doorsteps of citizens. This service will have a targeted service delivery time of 3-4 working days.

Further, citizens will now be to apply online in case they lose their mobile phone and want to obtain the same mobile number. As per the latest feature added to the website, a citizen need no longer visit a police station and can file a lost report online, following which an SMS will be sent and this can be shown to the concerned service provider to get his/her mobile SIM card. This will help in reducing cost and time and also forgo the need for visiting the police station.

Also, as the new-look portal will also have two separate lists of wanted persons and missing persons, citizens will be able to help the police identify wanted persons immediately, besides helping the police trace the missing persons.

A new version of ‘Contact Us’ feature too has been added to the website whereby a person can send his/her complaint, suggestion, information, etc, to the police directly. The police claimed that anonymity and confidentiality would be maintained under the new version, which would act as a useful platform for citizens to connect with Dimapur Police.

The new version also includes a module wherein Facebook posts of Dimapur Police Facebook page can be viewed directly on the website. Similarly, the new version of Archive page, which will record activities of Dimapur Police, will act as a digital record in the days to come.

Dimapur Police explained that the additional features had been added in order to make the website more informative and interactive, and pointed out that it was one of the first district police in Nagaland to provide such a service. 

Officially launched on November 24, 2015 by then director general of police LL Doungel, the website had since been accessed by about 4,000 unique visitors. The previous version had some features that have been incorporated in the present version too.


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