Delhi Police Join Twitter to Keep the Nation’s Capital Safer, One Tweet at a Time

New Delhi, India, December 2, 2015: With a citizen’s’ first approach, the Delhi Police has taken a proactive step to join Twitter. Joining the digital brand wagon, with three Twitter accounts, one for the Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) and two accounts of the Commissioner of Police Mr. Bhim Sain Bassi (@BhimBassi) and @CPDelhi, Delhi Police is paving the path for a digitally enabled and safer city.

Through this initiative, Delhi Police has enabled another avenue for the citizens to connect with them becoming more accessible to the common man. Delhiites should follow these three accounts to get the latest updates on the Delhi Police’s activities, learn about the latest safety initiatives and tips, and receive critical information during times of crisis in the nation’s capital. All three accounts will enable a two way interaction between Delhiites and the Delhi Police.

Delhi citizens can also Tweet to the three accounts as follows:

The @DelhiPolice will work as the Delhi Police Control Room account. It will be a one stop shop for people to report issues and for Delhi Police to update them on law and order situations in the capital. It will supplement the Delhi Police control room in sourcing and distributing critical and time sensitive information.

The Delhi Police Commissioner Bhim Sen Bassi’s personal account (@BhimBassi) will be a place for free discussions where people can talk to the Country’s senior most IPS officer directly.

The CP Delhi (@CPDelhi) account will keep updates about the ongoing affairs at the Commissioner’s office.

Through the platform Delhi Police aims to connect real time with people to give them speedy updates and actions. Transparent, quick and real time conversations on Twitter have motivated governments and authorities to actively engage on the platform.

© Technuter.com News Service

 

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