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Rajshahi Metropolitan Police (RMP) has launched the Emergency 999 Service for ensuring a quick response to any emergency phone call from members of the public in general, reports BSS.
RMP Commissioner AKM Hafiz Akter formally launched the service at his office. Deputy Commissioner Tanveer Haider Chowdhury, Senior Assistant Commissioner Ifte Khayer Alam and Assistant Commissioner Habibur Rahman were present on the occasion. Twenty-four RMP officers from 12 police stations have received training on the national service in Dhaka for making the newly launched procedure effective and meaningful.
At the opening ceremony, RMP Chief Hafiz Akter handed over 12 computers to the police stations for conducting the service properly.
Speaking on the occasion, Hafiz Akter said earlier the RMP introduced various service-oriented programmes like Crises Response Team, Quick Response Team and E-traffic prosecution process. In line with this, the Emergency 999 Service has been launched.
He mentioned that the RMP has already been transformed into a people-friendly and modern
police unit as a result of launching the services.