LUCKNOW: The four police commissionerates of Lucknow, Noida, Varanasi and Kanpur saw a fall in heinous crimes when compared with 2019 and 2021, shows data shared by UP Police. Officials said the response time of U was reduced by three minutes in city and two minutes in rural areas.
The four police commissionerates of Lucknow, Noida, Varanasi and Kanpur registered a fall in number of heinous crimes when compared with 2019 and 2021, shows data shared by UP Police on Saturday.
UP Police officials said that the response time of UP 112 was also reduced by three minutes in city areas and two minutes in rural areas.
Additional director general of police, law and order, Prashant Kumar said that heinous crimes in the four police commissionerates recorded a low when compared to 2019. Thereafter, three more police commissionerates were established, which included Prayagraj, Ghaziabad and Agra.
Kumar said not only in these four commissionerates, but overall the state witnessed a decrease of 33% in dacoity, 5%in murder, 22% in kidnapping for ransom and 4% in murders. “We seized, confiscated and demolished property worth Rs 3,187 crore of 15,768 habitual offenders in 2022,” he said.
Elaborating on efforts of the ATS and STF, Kumar said that two members of ISIS module and three of Jaish-e-Mohammed along with 10 of alQaida and scores of PFI members were arrested.
The STF arrested 849 history-sheeters and busted 21gangs of 79 persons involved in paper leaks of different competitive exams in the state.
Kumar said that over 100 corrupt officials in different government departments were arrested by the Anti-Corruption Organisation.
The officer said that the cyber cell of UP police was able to get back Rs 22 crore of the victims.
Kumar said that police remained vigilant on social media to check those trying to vitiate the atmosphere and registered 2,312 FIRs, in which 655 persons were arrested. UP police’s @UPPViralCheck contradicted 43 news features.
The emergency services UP 112 aided 65 lakh people who were under distress and required help.
“We have reduced the response time to eight minutes from 12 in city areas and 10 minutes from 15 in rural areas,” the officer added.





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