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Noida to get its own crime patrol unit


NOIDA: The town is set to get its own patrolling unit to curb crime, after being hit by dozens of instances of loot and snatching over the past 5 months. The unit will likely be carved out of the present police force.

Policemen within the unit will don a blue uniform, have motorcycles and will elevate cameras.

As many as 64 motorbikes, out of which 41 had been earlier provided to the Noida police by the state government, will likely be used. Gautam Budh Nagar SSP Vaibhav Krishna informed NewsTread that every staff will consist of a sub-inspector and a constable who would trip a motorbike from morning to night.

“The unit can have 120 police officers, including 60 sub-inspectors and 60 constables, from other police stations of town. Their uniforms will likely be blue and can have body cameras,” Krishna said, adding that the groups should be in a position for patrolling from subsequent week.

The groups had been carved out of the 8 major police stations of Noida town, including Sector 20, 39, 24, 49, Expressway, Phase III, Phase II and Sector 58 police stations. They will patrol shops, faculties and other public puts. “The groups will likely be deployed in shifts,” a police officer said.

According to a few staff contributors, the making plans for the release was on because the previous 15-20 days. It was in the end given the go-ahead after the Gautam Budh Nagar police held discussions at the UP police headquarters.

The response time of the 47 police response automobiles (PRVs) used by the Gautam Budh Nagar police has been recorded at 12 minutes and 38 seconds. In comparability, 10 other police stations in Uttar Pradesh fared better closing year.


The new unit is expected to provide a much-needed safety spice up to town, which has witnessed greater than 3 dozen instances of loot and snatching in contemporary months.


Last month, Gautam Budh Nagar Bar Association secretary Lalit Sharma was robbed of his gold rings and bracelet when two assailants in a car intercepted his car close to Spice Mall.


In January, a cell phone and handbag was snatched from a teacher when he was on his method to Chhalera village in Sector 44 from Botanical Garden metro station around 11 pm.




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