News: Delhi Police gets a HR division as part of major revamp

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Delhi Police gets a HR division as part of major revamp

Special CP (headquarters and general administration) S Sundari Nanda has been posted as special CP/human resource division.
Delhi Police gets a HR division as part of major revamp

As part of a major revamping exercise undertaken by police commissioner Rakesh Asthana on Saturday, Delhi Police has got a human resource division. 

The said division will handle units like personnel management, training and welfare.

Special CP (headquarters and general administration) S Sundari Nanda has been posted as special CP/human resource division. 

Meanwhile, the anti-terror unit (special cell), too, is set for an overhaul with four new DCP-rank officers and new verticals, with an eye on evolving threat perceptions and changing security situation in the region.

Other changes include the following- Special CP, women safety, Nuzhat Hassan, will now work as special CP, vigilance and public transport safety division; appointment of veteran sleuth K P S Malhotra, who has probed highprofile cases in crime branch, as DCP (cyber division) in special cell; and appointment of Muktesh Chander as special commissioner of technology and project implementation division. He will also hold additional charge of community policing and the media cell division.

The special cell is being strengthened by more officers. The new mandates will be established keeping in mind the threat perception and security ambit. The units will be augmented with new technologies and human resources, as per a senior officer.

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