Itagar, January 10: DIG Central range L H Shanlia has unveiled plans and strategies to tackle law and order problems in all the areas under his jurisdiction.
In his first meeting with the high–ranking officers here after assuming charge yesterday at Pasighat in East Siang district, he said that police would ensure public safety and focus on crime prevention and detection.
“Crime probes would be completed in an efficient and speedy manner,” he stressed.
On traffic regulations, the DIG opined that common mindset needed to change first. Every effort would be made and all the resources available would be utilized to maintain peace and tranquility.
Shanlia further urged the public to register their grievances fearlessly. He pleaded for people–friendly policing and assured to contribute his best in the state building process, an official release informed here.
“I have already visited 32 villages during last three months. When I am committed to serve the people, I will prefer to interact more and more with people and their leaders, making the place better to live in. When people are with you, half of the work is done” he pointed out.
“Emphasis would be given on teamwork and people–friendly policing in coordition with all segments of the society. Solving undetected cases and ensuring speedy probe in sensitive cases would be the priority for the police force,” he added.
Hailing from Mizoram, he belongs to 1998 batch of IPS. He started his career in Mizoram Police Service in 1982, undergone training at Police Training College, Phillaur (Punjab) during 1982–83 and during his long service period Shanlia attended 28 special courses and has rendered a remarkable service to the tion.
For his meritorious services and exceptiol good works in various capacities, he was conferred with four medals. In 2008, as Dy. Commissioner of Police, Delhi he demonstrated exemplary performances for stability, sustaibility, peace and harmony of human society and successfully recruited seventeen thousand constables and one thousand Sub–Inspectors during his short tenure of three years. He is one of the Indian delegation team in Indo–Myanmar Talk twice in 2004 and 2012.
In the year 2012, the senior officer was promoted to DIG and had the opportunity to serve his tive state Mizoram for two and half years. Shanlia joined Aruchal Pradesh police in September last and presently posted as DIG (Central Range) Pasighat, the release added.