Cyberabad police launches Helpline for women in emergency
December 18, 2013 - Hyderabad
The Cyberabad police on Wednesday unveiled an 'Integrated IT corridor safety and Security Plan' aimed at enhancing security for women employees.
A helpline No 94947 31100 was launched to enable the women seek assistance from police during emergencies. The Cyberabad Police Commissioner CV Anand said five new IT corridor police patrols each manned by a head constable and three constables have been introduced. Eighty policemen have been allotted for the corridor policing and a separate Inspector was also posted. Nine new police check-posts were started as part of measures taken up at a cost of Rs.2 crores to enhance visible policing in HiTec City and surroundings, he said. 47 Surveillance cameras with fibre optic connectivity to command centre would be set up with a cost of Rs.4 crore provide by the Society for Cyberabad Security Council said Anand.
The police commissioner said that the APSRTC is operating 40 buses in IT corridor and advised the women to use public transport effectively as RTC is operating 326 trips with 40 buses.