Thursday, 6 October 2016

Hatkadi: Nepal Police

Posted by Anup Baral October 06, 2016 :
PoLICe MIrror 2014 43 Police represent the community they serve. It is, therefore, imperative to collaborate with the community members while fulfilling their policing responsibilities. It would not be an understatement to say that the role of media relations is akin to life-giving oxygen. Thus, by prioritizing the promotion of media relations, Nepal Police administers the following activities:Gender-responsive policing is a new philosophy in policing, a complete transformation from traditional policing practices to inclusive participatory approach. It demands gender responsiveness in policing and improved access of women and children to gender-just police services. establishment of Women and Children Service Centers (WCSCs) as a specialized unit, tasked to deal with issues related to women and children in Nepal Police, is a major leap towards transformation. The vision is to provide fair and special services for women and children, and the mission is to provide conducive reporting environment. Starting as a pilot project in 4 districts in 1996, at present, WCSCs are actively operating in all 75 districts and 132 area stations of the country, of which it has its separate facilities in 23 districts.

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