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2008 – Year of Challenges. Terrorism Crime by bikers Olympic torch relay Delhi Vidhan Sabha Election Fatal Accidents. Initiatives during 2008. Eyes & Ears Scheme. Launched in January 2008 for collection of crime & terrorist related Intelligence directly from public Stake holders

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    1. 2008 – Year of Challenges • Terrorism • Crime by bikers • Olympic torch relay • Delhi Vidhan Sabha Election • Fatal Accidents

    2. Initiatives during 2008

    3. Eyes & Ears Scheme Launched in January 2008 for collection of crime & terrorist related Intelligence directly from public Stake holders Rehriwalas, chowkidars, patriwalas, security guards, property agent, second hand car dealers, land lord, member of RWA/MTA, cyber café owners, PCO owners, guest house owner etc. 515 meetings by DCsP, 2377 by ACsP, 13237 SHOs and 35012 by division/beat staff 167 cases solved including one double murder case Toll Free Helpline - 1090 E-mail link on Delhi Police website Publicity and Advertisement through electronic/print media (including FM radio)

    4. Major re-organization/expansion • 2 districts, 3 sub-divisions & 11 police stations sanctioned • 1 district and 6 Police Stations already opened • 3 Police Stations closed • 1 district, 4 sub-divisions and 14 police stations created • 1 sub-division and 6 Police Stations from own resources • Creation of specialized police stations – EOW, CAW & Crime Branch

    5. Contd.. • Quick Reaction Teams/mobile patrolling teams/ Special armed static/semi-static teams to tackle terror • Large scale recruitment undertaken • Effective availability after two years • Extensive revision of standing orders & instructions for enhancing professionalism and quality of policing • Hindi translation for the first time • Revised standing orders compendiums to be printed and made freely available to all ranks • 4 Meetings with all SHOs/Inspectors, ACsP, DCsP of districts

    6. 10 Visits to districts for review of pending investigation cases Stress on quality of investigation Revamping of beat system Emphasis on collection of crime & terrorist related intelligence Priority on dealing with complainants and redressal of complaints Upgradation of skills of I.Os – tie up with Indraprastha Guru Gobind Singh Univesity System of handing over of case files/complaints to the next I.O. streamlined and institutionalized Bifurcation of Malkhana (a) case property (b) government property for better management and to avoid inconvenience to public Contd..

    7. Exhaustive guidelines enforced for safety & security for organizing incident free Ramlilas, Melas, Processions etc. Strict adherence of rules & instructions for grant of temporary license for sale of fire crackers – 6 fire incidents as against 7 fire incidents of last year Creation of special juvenile police unit at state and district level – Jt.CP (CAW) is nodal officer Intensive servant verification drive. Door to door survey conducted, 912547 houses covered, 111484 servant checked, out of them only 41046 (37%) found to have filled verification form – advisory letters Contd..

    8. Help Lines in Crime Branch Anti Threat by Recovery Agents Cell For any agent intimidating directly or threatening on behalf of Bank or financial company or any service provider or any other organisation or posing as Police Official, Income Tax Official, Advocate, MCD, Custom, Excise or any other department Anti Obscene Calls Cell Any women can lodge complaint for receiving lewd remarks on road or for being harassed on telephone or getting obscene /objectionable SMS or MMS Identity will not be disclosed if so desired

    9. Action against Terrorists

    10. Late Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma President Police Medal for Gallantry & Police Medal for Gallantry 5 Bars Made supreme sacrifice in the call of duty

    11. Within a week of the five blasts in Delhi, perpetrators tracked at Batla House – shootout - two militants of Indian Mujahiddinresponsible for serial blasts in Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and other parts of the country neutralized One militant, Mohd. Saif, arrested from the spot HC Balwant Singh sustained bullet injuries

    12. Four more militants of this group identified as Zeeshan, Mohd. Shakeel, Zia-ul-Rehman & Saquib Nisar , arrested Two laptops, several mobile phones, arms and 60 live cartridges alongwith incriminating material recovered estblishing their link with SIMI and other militant outfits. Mohd. Sadiq @ Sadakat Ali r/o Azamgarh, U.P and Kayamuddin Kapadia r/o Vadodra, Gujarat arrested for their involvement in the conspiracy Contd..

    13. Harkat-ul-Jehad-e-Islami: Mohd. Iqbal, Nazrul Islam and Jallaluddin United Liberation Front of Assam: Ranjan Bikash Borgohain Harkat-ul-Mujahidin: Habib Babbar Khalsa International: Baljit Singh, Kulwinderjeet Singh, Bikkar Singh, Trilochan Singh, Daya Singh Lahoria, Sukhwinder Singh, Surender Singh and Jaswant Singh Other Militants apprehended during 2008

    14. CRIME

    15. Crimogenic Factors in Delhi Heterogeneous Population (172 Lakhs) Floating Population (20-25 Lakhs) Socio-Economic Factors Unplanned urbanization with inadequate civic amenities Adverse sex ratio Socio-Economic imbalances, unemployment, poverty Short cuts to success – adverse impact of advertisement Urban anonymity encouraging deviant behaviour Loosening of social control and family discipline Consumerism and materialism Absence of hinterland etc.. etc..

    16. Highlights • Crime down by 28% • IPC Crime down by 13% • Heinous cases down by 12% • Solving of heinous cases improved from 89% to 90%

    17. Total IPC Crime 13%

    18. IPC crime per Lakh of population

    19. IPC crime rate in 35 mega cities of India - 2007 *Note-Crime rate in Delhi in 2008 - 282 21

    20. IPC crime rate in 35 mega cities of Indiaafter deduction of MV Theft & Road Accidents Source : Crime in India - 2007 22

    21. Heinous Crime 12% One of the Lowest incidence of heinous crime

    22. Heinous cases Solved 90% 89% 1% 2007 2008

    23. Murder Cases 11%

    24. Murder Cases Solved 4%

    25. Murder Solved 2007 - 78% 2008 - 82%

    26. Rate of Murder in 35 Mega Cities of India Source : Crime in India - 2007

    27. Murder Cases – Motives Out of total 891 persons arrested persons 842 (95%) persons had no previous criminal record

    28. An interesting revelation in the motive-analysis of incidence of a sizable percentage of the cases was due to petty reasons such as: Over tying goat in front of neighbour’s house Dhabawala shot because he refused to serve food after closure Not served papad in restaurant - went to kitchen and shot cook One dancer shoots another in a ring ceremony over choice of music Quarrel amongst drinking buddies

    29. Contd.. • Security guard kills another for coming late to relieve him from duty • Quarrel while playing “Gully Danda” • Over refusing to sell milk • Two cases related to refusal of money by cousin and friend for purchasing liquor • House owner brutally beat to death passerby for urinating in front of his house

    30. Contd.. • Dhaba owner killed because water fell on clothes of accused • When asked to return Rs. 250/-, man killed the person demanding it • Man killed sister-in-law because his shirt was not washed • Argument in cricket match between teenagers led to killing with a bat • Celebratory firing in marriage procession killed another person

    31. Refused a glass of water, labourer beat co-worker to death Cook killed a worker when he tried to take tiffin out for eating outside A double murder took place over placing a ladder When wife objected to husband’s affair, he killed wife, mother and father in succession Contd..

    32. Weapon used in Murder Cases

    33. Murder – Victim’s Profile 91% victims – low income group 8% victims - middle income group 1% victims - upper income group 44% victims - below 25 years of age 80% victims - men 20% victims - women

    34. Dacoity Cases Reported Cases Solved 36% 4%

    35. Robbery Cases Reported Cases Solved 6% 2%

    36. Attempt to murder Cases Reported Cases Solved 1% 26% Lowest in 20 Years

    37. Attempt to Murder Solved 2007 - 94% 2008 - 95%

    38. Motive - Attempt to Murder

    39. Use of Fire Arms

    40. Kidnapping for Ransom Cases 13% No organised gang is operating in Delhi 20 victims rescued

    41. Extortion 17%

    42. Rape Cases 7% 3% 22%

    43. Rape cases – 2008 Rape by Strangers 1.99% Rape by relatives & acquaintances 98.01%

    44. Incidents of Rape – City Wide Spread • 34 PSs (23%) reported no case • 40 PSs (27%) recorded 56 cases (12%) • 31 PSs (21%) reported 230 cases (51%) • 29 PSs of these fall outside the outer ring road • 10 PSs registered 93 cases

    45. Victim and accused relationship • Neighbours . . . …. . . . . . . . ….. 251 (55.41%) • Friends…….……. . . . . . . . . . …. 69 (15.23%) Relatives . . . . . …….…... …….... 37 (8.17%) Employers /Co-workers . . ….. .. 30 (6.62%) Other known persons . . . .. . …….57 (12.58%) Unknown / strangers ……...…. .. 9 (1.99%)

    46. Educational Profile of accused persons arrested-2008 90%

    47. Profile of accused persons arrested-2008

    48. Profile of Victims of Rape -2008