Kerala Police invites suggestions from public to improve mobile apps

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Trivandrum: Kerala Police has invited suggestions from the public to improve the various mobile applications being developed by the police for the public use. The police have recently developed four mobile applications for the citizen safety and for imparting traffic awareness among the public.

In a press note, Loknath Behera IPS, State Police Chief & DGP said the public can download these mobile apps from the Google Play store for trial and they can submit their suggestions from September 27 to October 03 for improving the features of the applications.

Raksha: It is a mobile application that deals with the information pertaining to the all the police stations in Kerala. The app includes the contact numbers of police officers including Station House Officers and inspectors. It also has emergency helpline numbers and woman safety guidelines to ensure around-the-clock woman safety, news related to police, to find out the location of a police station, alert messages and FAQ related to the procedures.

Citizen Safety: This mobile app has been developed for the safety of senior citizens and women while travelling. They can inform the police when they are in distress while travelling by sending an SMS or a direct call. The application also helps them to inform about the journey route to their relatives or friends.

Know your Jurisdiction: This mobile application would help people to identify their nearest police station based on their location and inform the police station under their particular jurisdiction.

Traffic Guru: It is a game developed by the police to bring awareness among the public on complying the rules and regulations.

The Police Chief Behera also added that police would make necessary changes if the public makes appropriate suggestions. All suggestions and queries can be submitted through email to the following email ids: aig2phq.pol@kerala.gov.in, info.pol@kerala.gov.in, sppcc.pol@kerala.gov.in, sapcc.pol@kerala.gov.in.

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