The app has brought together all its earlier launched apps and links to the websites of its specialised units under one common platform.
The app was launched by Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi. “It is being launched on trial basis. With the help of this app, we aim to reduce public inconvenience and dissatisfaction with police functioning,” Bassi said.
Currently, it is available for only Android users.
An official statement said the user-friendly mobile app “not only provides contact details of police officers (dealing with the public) but also has provision to disseminate information (documents, photographs, audio or video) to various predefined groups in police”.
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