The commissioner said the city police were firmly engaged in the sale of cannabis and other drugs.
Listing cases of desecration of places of worship was a challenge and the city police managed to catch those involved in the incidents, Police Commissioner N. Shashi Kumar said on Thursday.
Giving an overview of the city’s police work during the year, Kumar told reporters that there have been reports of desecration of places of worship since January 6.
Apart from daivastanas, temples and nagabanas, dargahs and gurudwaras have also been desecrated. These incidents hurt people’s feelings and there were protests.
City police managed to catch the accused, including a 62-year-old man from Hubbali who was arrested days ago for his alleged involvement in five cases of desecration.
Mr Kumar said police had identified several sensitive crimes, including the murder of a boy linked to online gaming addiction, the sexual assault of a two-year-old girl and the gang rape of a young girl. eight years.
He regretted the time taken to arrest lawyer KSN Rajesh, who was accused of sexually assaulting a law student
The commissioner said the city police had been firmly engaged in the sale of cannabis and other drugs and arrested 492 people, including three Nigerians, in 328 cases related to drug trafficking and use. . City police also managed to catch people believed to be involved in 16 cases of break and enter and 24 cases of chain theft incidents.
While recalling the initiative to put a few overweight staff on a month-long fitness regimen, Mr Kumar said 50 staff members have been trained to speak Tulu and Beary.
He said more staff will undergo training in the new year.