The Hyderabad City Police Commissionerate was visited by representatives of the Canadian high commission in New Delhi and the Canadian consulate general in Bangalore. The group met with CV Anand, the commissioner of the Hyderabad Police, along with the consul general of Canada in Bengaluru; Daniel Morency, the consul general of Canada in New Delhi, Claude Rochon; and senior consular program officer at the High Commission of Canada, Jaswinder Singh. The participants heard from CP Anand about the facility’s operation and how it helps the police department respond to emergencies promptly and successfully.
The meeting between representatives of Canada and Hyderabad Police commissioner resulted in a fruitful exchange of ideas and information.
The system illustrates the city’s dedication to enhancing law enforcement skills and public safety. In actuality, it is comparable to other tactical command and control centers in many advanced nations. They voiced their opinions. The crew visited the SHE teams and the Bharosa center of the city Police before speaking with CP Anand. DCP Sneha Mehra gave them a briefing on the covert services provided by the SHE teams, the measures for relief and rehabilitation, the child-friendly courts, and the women safety initiatives being carried out in the state capital. Also, the officials praised the work of SHE TEAMS and Bharosa and expressed their gratitude to the Telangana government for supporting equitable growth overall through a suitable security environment. In general, the meeting between representatives of Canada and the office of the Hyderabad Police commissioner resulted in a fruitful exchange of ideas and information.