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JORHAT, Jan 9 � In order to speed up service across the district, Jorhat Police today launched a website, namely www.jorhatpolice.org which will henceforth provide facilities to the citizens for seeking immediate help from a concerned officer-in-charge(OC) of any of the eight police stations during times of need.

�The people of Jorhat ought to be immensely benefited,� said Eastern Range DIG Satyen Gogoi, who formally launched the website at the office of the Jorhat Superintendent of Police.

Clicking on the various options available at the website during the opening programme, Jorhat SP Amanjeet Kaur said that now onwards the names and mobile numbers of the OCs of the eight police stations within the district may be had by a viewer of the website at the click of the mouse, besides viewing the map of the police district, which recently excluded Majuli after the river island was declared a separate police district.

A complainant (with proper address and phone number) can inform any case of legal violation or accident immediately by using the �contact us� option in the website which provides sending text to the SP, whose mobile and e-mail automatically receives the information about the happening, which obviously facilitates police to take immediate action for prevention of crime and initiating legal action against the involved accused.

If the complainant wishes to keep himself anonymous, he may use options in the website for anonymity, which will be kept confidential by the SP. But it is mandatory for every complainant to text his proper identity along with address and contact numbers, which will help police during investigation and tracking down the criminals.

As the names and photographs of missing persons of the district are published through the website, the citizens are expected to help the police if they know something about the presence and whereabouts of the concerned missing people. Photographs and identification marks of repeat offenders are also uploaded in the website so that the citizens may identify such accused persons in their respective areas so as to prevent criminal activities, besides keeping the police posted.

A complaint can be subsequently registered as a first information report (FIR) through the mandatory official procedure at the police station of the area concerned.

The user-friendly website also provides applied knowledge of various kinds, i.e., on traffic guidelines, rules regarding traffic signals and many other options for making the people aware about the rules and regulations for maintaining smooth law and order in the district.

Further, to make the tenants� registration process easier, the website provides a helping hand to the landlords, who can download their registration forms from the website and upload the completed form by incorporating the required address and photographs. SP Kaur informed that the police will deliver the verified documents to the respective landlord after the process is completed.

Additionally, in order to make the citizens aware about financial rules and regulations for �safe deposit� of their valuables, the district police website has uploaded the names of non-banking financial companies which have been registered with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

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Jorhat Police launches user-friendly website

JORHAT, Jan 9 � In order to speed up service across the district, Jorhat Police today launched a website, namely www.jorhatpolice.org which will henceforth provide facilities to the citizens for seeking immediate help from a concerned officer-in-charge(OC) of any of the eight police stations during times of need.

�The people of Jorhat ought to be immensely benefited,� said Eastern Range DIG Satyen Gogoi, who formally launched the website at the office of the Jorhat Superintendent of Police.

Clicking on the various options available at the website during the opening programme, Jorhat SP Amanjeet Kaur said that now onwards the names and mobile numbers of the OCs of the eight police stations within the district may be had by a viewer of the website at the click of the mouse, besides viewing the map of the police district, which recently excluded Majuli after the river island was declared a separate police district.

A complainant (with proper address and phone number) can inform any case of legal violation or accident immediately by using the �contact us� option in the website which provides sending text to the SP, whose mobile and e-mail automatically receives the information about the happening, which obviously facilitates police to take immediate action for prevention of crime and initiating legal action against the involved accused.

If the complainant wishes to keep himself anonymous, he may use options in the website for anonymity, which will be kept confidential by the SP. But it is mandatory for every complainant to text his proper identity along with address and contact numbers, which will help police during investigation and tracking down the criminals.

As the names and photographs of missing persons of the district are published through the website, the citizens are expected to help the police if they know something about the presence and whereabouts of the concerned missing people. Photographs and identification marks of repeat offenders are also uploaded in the website so that the citizens may identify such accused persons in their respective areas so as to prevent criminal activities, besides keeping the police posted.

A complaint can be subsequently registered as a first information report (FIR) through the mandatory official procedure at the police station of the area concerned.

The user-friendly website also provides applied knowledge of various kinds, i.e., on traffic guidelines, rules regarding traffic signals and many other options for making the people aware about the rules and regulations for maintaining smooth law and order in the district.

Further, to make the tenants� registration process easier, the website provides a helping hand to the landlords, who can download their registration forms from the website and upload the completed form by incorporating the required address and photographs. SP Kaur informed that the police will deliver the verified documents to the respective landlord after the process is completed.

Additionally, in order to make the citizens aware about financial rules and regulations for �safe deposit� of their valuables, the district police website has uploaded the names of non-banking financial companies which have been registered with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).