Paramjit Singh Dahiya, DCP, Zone 9, Mumbai Paramjit Singh Dahiya, Haryana became I R S officer in 2006. In 2008, he became an IPS officer. Started his professional journey from Nanded. In 2016, he became the deputy commissioner of police of Zone-5 in Mumbai. Many complex crimes were solved during his career. On May 5, 2017, he took charge as deputy commissioner of police of Zone-9. His team destroyed lethal drugs trafficking rackets of MD, cocaine ,⁸detection of SSC paper leak in 2017-18 and other drug sales. He also investigated the model Krutika Chaudhary murder case, high profile rackets and controlled street crime. Despite being a strict officer, he is popular among his colleagues for his friendly nature.
S Chaitanya, Superintendent of Police, Jalna
S Chaitanya, superintendent of police, Jalna, emphasized the prevention of crimes. Thus, the number of serious crimes decreased in 2019.
S Chaitanya passed the IPS exam from Nalgonda after completing B Tech in engineering.
He started working as a probationary officer at Chandrapur.
Later he worked as a police sub-divisional officer at Kinwat in Nanded and Ichalkaranji. Thereafter, he was appointed as the additional superintendent of police in Kolhapur.
He investigated the Govind Pansare murder case. First suspect, Sameer Gaikwad, was taken into custody.
He was also a part of SIT to investigate the Pansare murder case. He then worked as the deputy commissioner of police in Dhule and Nagpur.
His successfully solved cases include the arrest of suspects in Jalna jewellery⁸⁷ robbery, killers of Kundan Khandelwal at Partur.
Also includes businessman Singhvi firing case investigation in Jalna, the rescue of trader Bhanushali within six hours after his abduction and other cases.
In July 2018, S Chaitanya became superintendent of District Police Force.
In the last one and a half years, under the guidance of Chaitanya, many serious crimes have been resolved by the police department.
Shailesh Balkawade, Superintendent of Police, Gadchiroli
The police department performs its duty with great risks in the dense forests and tribal-dominated areas of Gadchiroli.
Being the head of the police department, the superintendent of police is responsible for encouraging the subordinate officials to curb violent activities of Naxalites.
Present Gadchiroli superintendent of police Shailesh Balkawade is successfully handling this task for nearly two years. In this period, many Naxalites surrendered to the police and many were arrested.
After taking charge as the S P of Gadchiroli, Balkawade adopted various techniques to control Naxalism. One of these techniques was the creation of trust among the locals.
He organised social events in the participation of the police and the residents.
As a result, getting help from residents became difficult for Naxalites leading to increasing numbers of Naxalites stepping out of the movement.
In the last one and a half years, more than 40 Naxalites who had rewards of ⁹over Rs 1.25 crore on their heads have surrendered.
Some of them were office-bearers of Naxalites such as divisional committee members, commanders and others.
Also instrumental in the arrest of more than 25 Naxalites including Dandakaranya special zonal committee member Narmada and her⁸ husband Satyanarayan alias Kiran.
Such moves of S P Balkawade led to local youth refusing to join Naxalism.
Dr Shivaji Rathod, IPS, Superintendent of Police (Admin), Thane Rural
In the 23 years of service in the Maharashtra police, Dr Shivaji Rathod, who is the present Superintendent of Police, Thane Rural, has succeeded in creating faith in the police force among common people and also terror in the criminal world.
The Thane Rural police have prepared proposals of banishing 45 notorious criminals and action under MCOCA against 10 of them.
The recent 2019 Lok Sabha and Assembly elections were also conducted peacefully under the leadership of Dr Rathod as the police chief.
He took prohibitory actions against many criminals and also curbed the criminal activities in the jurisdictions of 17 police stations of the Rural police.
He banished more than 700 criminals from the district and also created Bharosa Cell for helping women to get justice. Recently, recovered stolen valuables worth Rs 1.25 crore were returned to their original owners by Dr Rathod.
In this period, under the leadership of Dr Shivaji Rathod, the Rural police seized drugs worth more than Rs 3.22 crore as he implemented 'Zero Tolerance' scheme and created awareness among students.
Acting tough against chain snatchers, the Rural police arrested a gang of seven chain snatchers from Uttar Pradesh and opened nine major cases along with recovery of stolen jewellery worth Rs 4.51 lakh. An interstate gang of seven vehicle thieves was also arrested and stolen vehicles worth Rs 1.25 crore were recovered from them.
Tejaswi Satpute, Superintendent of Police, Satara
Born in the Shevgaon village of Ahmednagar district, Tejaswi Satpute, present Superintendent of Satara Police, took charge as the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) for Pune Police.
She asked two bikers to drive for a distance of ten kilometres. While one of them was asked to follow all the traffic signals, the other was asked to jump the signals. At the end, when they both reached the last point, there was a gap of only four minutes between them. On the basis of this experiment, she appealed motorists to follow the traffic rules and not put their lives at risk for just four minutes.
After noticing that checking of vehicle documents by police was one of the points to ignite clashes between the police and motorists, she ordered not to check the documents⁸ and the decision was welcomed by motorists.
She also started the get-together of ex-servicemen in Satara and also started a modern canteen for policemen so that they can get good food.
So far, she has banished more than 100 notorious criminals. With the aim to make women safe and fearless, she organised ‘Walkathon’ and for the first time women from Satara stepped out of their homes at 12 am without any fear.
In addition, SP Tejaswi Satpute organised a special ‘Interaction get-together’ for police officials and personnel to reduce the gap between the officers and their subordinates.
Under her leadership, the Satara district police won the state level competitions after a gap of 12 years.
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