Launching the app, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of police (Tiruchy Range) V Balakrishnan said, the app will facilitate people to get in touch with the police personnel of their respective jurisdiction and get quick response. It has several facilities, including Locked Home Monitoring System through which the residents can inform the police of their movements. The users will be mandatorily using their personal details, including their names, e-mail IDs and mobile numbers while registering.
The Tiruchi Rural Police have launched a mobile application christened ‘Kaveri Kavalan’ to enable public lodge complaints and pass on information making use of the facility without having to visit the police station. The app could also be used by the public to convey information to the police if they were to go out of station keeping their house locked.
From now on, doubts of courting trouble by inadvertently buying second-hand a stolen bike or mobile phone can be cleared in a few seconds, thanks to the efforts of Madurai Rural District police, who have provided a facility for online checking of stolen two-wheelers and mobile phones that are registered with them.