Leading Change: S.Sarvesh Raj IPS Transforms Chennai Policing

S Sarvesh Raj IPS, S Sarvesh Raj, DCP of Ambattur
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Policing in Chennai is undergoing a dynamic shift under the leadership of S.Sarvesh Raj IPS and his team of young IPS officers. With a focus on utilizing technology and fostering community engagement, these officers are reshaping safety measures across the city.

The introduction of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras with face recognition technology has proven instrumental in reducing chain snatchings and thefts in areas like T Nagar during the recent Diwali season. This initiative, led by officer C Aravindhan, a computer science graduate, has not only lightened the load on the police force but also enhanced operational efficiency.

Building on this success, Officer C Kalaiselvan plans to expand CCTV surveillance to cover the entire Madhavaram police district, highlighting the crucial role of technology in modern policing.

In addition to technological advancements, officers like DCP Adyar Rohith Nathan emphasize the importance of personal interactions with residents to foster a sense of safety and community. S.Sarvesh Raj IPS, DCP of Ambattur, stands out for his meticulous planning and compassionate approach, evident in his successful resolution of high-profile criminal cases.

Collaboration and innovation are central to the ethos of these officers, with Officer Pravesh Kumar advocating for teamwork and SWOT analysis to address complex cases effectively.

Drawing upon their diverse experiences, officers like Sashank Sai adeptly navigate challenges in sensitive areas, underscoring the importance of field experience in effective policing.

According to city police commissioner A K Viswanathan, the recruitment of young officers like S. Sarvesh Raj IPS was a deliberate strategy aimed at revitalizing the force amidst evolving challenges. Their innovative problem-solving approaches, particularly through the integration of technology, serve as a model for policing across the state.

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