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ADG Jammu Zone Anand Jain Reviews Law & Order, Security, & Crime Scenarios

Srinagar, May 15: ADG (Additional Director General) Jammu Zone, Anand Jain IPS, conducted a comprehensive review of the law and order, security, and crime situations in the region.
Emphasizing proactive measures against gangsters, NDPS (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) cases, and crimes targeting property and individuals, ADG Anand Jain reaffirmed the commitment to bolster efforts for citizen safety.
During the review meeting held at the Jammu Zone headquarters, ADG Anand Jain stressed the importance of a robust strategy to tackle emerging challenges in maintaining law and order.
He underscored the need for swift and decisive action against organized crime syndicates, especially those involved in narcotics trafficking.
Addressing the gathering of top police officials and key stakeholders, ADG Anand Jain issued focused directives aimed at enhancing surveillance, intelligence gathering, and inter-agency coordination to curb criminal activities effectively. He emphasized the importance of proactive policing and community engagement initiatives to foster public trust and cooperation in crime prevention efforts.
The review session also highlighted the importance of leveraging technology and modern policing techniques to stay ahead of evolving criminal tactics. ADG Anand Jain emphasized the role of digital forensics, data analytics, and real-time monitoring systems in augmenting the effectiveness of law enforcement operations.
ADG Anand Jain reiterated the commitment of the Jammu Zone Police to uphold the rule of law and ensure the safety and security of all citizens.

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