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Gurgaon's new commissioner keen on crime mapping and traffic management

Posted: Jun 20, 2018     By City Spidey

Gurgaon got its new Commissioner of Police yesterday — 1996 batch IPS officer, KK Rao. He was earlier posted as Inspector General of Police (IGP) of IRB (Indian Reserve Battalion) at Bhondsi.

Rao hails from Bhiwani, and has completed his school and college from Kurukshetra.  This is his first posting in Gurgaon. He has served in 14 districts, including Kurkshetra, Sonipat, Panipat and Karnal as Superintendent of Police (SP).

Sandeep Khriwar, the outgoing Commissioner of Police, has been appointed as IGP of Rohtak Range.

The new IGP is keen on crime mapping of the city that would help to identify areas where crimes such as snatching and vehicle lifting happen frequently. This, he said, will help in preparing an elaborate action plan.

Removing traffic congestion also figures prominently on his agenda. “We will identify the areas that witness regular congestion and try to find out new diversions and other measures,” said Rao.

Gurgaon's new police commissioner, KK Rao

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