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G-power for Nepalese law enforcement agencies

Kathmandu, Nepal: The Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Office (MPCO), the primary law enforcement agency in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, issued a charter of short-term and long-term plans ‘to combat crime and give the public a sense of security’.

The long-term plans include installation of community alarm system, GIS and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) in tandem with the public stakeholders, establishment of data bank backed by the Department of Transport Management, municipalities, Finance Ministry, Foreign Ministry and Tourism and Civil Aviation Ministry, working in close coordination with private security companies shouldering security responsibilities of financial enterprises, building up relationships with schools and colleges and taking public audit as a source of inspiration for better policing.

On the other hand, the short-term plans focus on a clean-up drive within the force, professional development of cops, people-oriented police service, result-oriented crime investigation with due respect to human rights, technology-based crime investigation, expansion of police mobilisation and public-police partnership.

Source: The Himalayan Times