Janamythri Police activities are organized with a view to give
more confidence among the public regarding the service of police and to create
a consciousness among them that police force is a companion of the public and
there by receive their assistance in the detection of crimes and to provide
better service to them.
As part of the Janamythri programme 40 Beat Officers are
have been designated in 19 Police Stations. Two beat officers were designated
18 Police Stations and in Irinjalakuda PS 4 beat officers were designated. The
programme includes house visit, awareness classes etc.
As part of
the house visit every beat officer visit at least 12 house in a day and collect
the details regarding the family members and living conditions of the members.
During the house visit, beat officer conduct a free interaction with the family
members and collecting the details of the family members, special assistance is
being given to the old aged people, bed ridden, old people residing along,
children who dropped education and people who are financially very weak
condition. Awareness and support is being given to the eligible people regarding
various schemes provided by the Government to the weaker and old aged people of
24.02.2020 M-Beat application is launched and after that the collection of data
is being done using the application. M-Beat system is being implemented in all
the police stations of Thrissur Rural except Vanitha P.S Irinjalakuda and
Coastal P.S Azhikode & Cyber Police Station, Irinjalakuda. In the
circumstance of Covid-19 pandemic, Janamythri beat officers are also engaged in
the prevention activities against Covid-19.
The DySP C-Branch is the District Nodal Officer of the
Janamythri Program and meeting of beat officers are being conducted once in a
week and adequate briefing is being given to the beat officers by the District
Nodal Officer. A WhatsApp group has been formed as Janamythri 2019 including
all the Beat Officers, Assistant Nodal Officers and District Nodal Officer and
the experiences of beat officers are shared and doubts are cleared by the Nodal
Officer. Community Police Resource Center’s are functioned in Chalakkudy,
Irinjalakuda and Mala Police stations. This resource center’s are being
functioned as mediation center’s.
Janamythri Jagratha Samithis are being formed in every police
station including police officials, ward members, merchant association members,
persons participated in the field of education and health etc., and meetings
are being held. Beat Officers are participated in the meetings of resident
associations, School meetings and angenvadies etc.
Janamythri awareness classes are being conducted in the subjects
of anti-drug, cyber offences, sexual offences against women and children,
Nature protection, traffic awareness etc., Thrissur Rural Police also actively
participated in the state wide programme conducted as ‘KunjeNinakayi’ and road
shows are conducted in the entire police district to give awareness among the
people regarding the sexual offences against the children. Assistance to senior
citizens are being given in the information received through ‘Prasanthi’
helpline number. The senior citizens staying alone and suffering from various
illness are given special attentions. During the Coivd-19 lockdown period,
Janamythri Beat Officers have given more care to them by regular phone call and
providing help in necessity.
Janamaithri Suraksha Project seeks the responsible participation
of the citizens in crime prevention at the level of the local community,
conserving the resources, both of the community and of the police, in fighting
against crimes which threaten the security of the community. Experience shows
that by seeking the active co-operation of the public in performance of police
duties, the process of Law Enforcement becomes far more effective.
In Thrissur Rural District, Janamaithri Suraksha Project was
implemented in 21 Police Stations