‘Call your cop’ mobile app launched in Nagaland

Nagaland Police on Monday launched a mobile application for facilitating the users to get in touch with the law enforcers anywhere in the state. Pointing out that the state police have launched a community outreach programme COP, Longkumer said, this app is a beginning towards interactive communication between the law enforcers and people.


PTI | Kohima | Updated: 29-11-2021 18:11 IST | Created: 29-11-2021 18:11 IST
‘Call your cop’ mobile app launched in Nagaland
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Nagaland Police on Monday launched a mobile application for facilitating the users to get in touch with the law enforcers anywhere in the state. Launching the mobile app, ‘Call your cop’, DGP T John Longkumer said it will enable citizens, especially those in distress, to give a call to the force that will now be just a call away.

The App has contact numbers of Nagaland Police officers, along with other features like alerts, emergency numbers, and police station details. He also said that stress is on stopping violence against women and making mothers and sisters realise that they can get in touch with the police easily. Pointing out that the state police have launched a community outreach programme (COP, Longkumer said, this app is a beginning towards interactive communication between the law enforcers and people. Meanwhile, with the onset of the festive season and the Hornbill celebrations starting December 1, the DGP said a Tourist Police Control Room will be launched on Tuesday with helpline number 112. “An effort is on to make the Hornbill Festival – the pride of Nagaland - totally safe,” the DGP said.

The Tourist Police have a big responsibility to host the guests and visitors with kindness and be ever ready to help them, the police chief said. The app was developed by the Police Headquarters CID branch in collaboration with Excellogics Tech Solutions Pvt Ltd, Nagaland.

Business Development Manager at Excellogics Solutions, Zhavi Nagi, said the mobile application is now available on the Google Playstore for Android users.

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