The State Government of Tamil Nadu has ordered that City Police Commissioners and District Superintendents of Police MUST conduct weekly grievance meetings with the public.

Currently, Public Grievance Camps are organized and presided over by the District Collector in all districts every Monday.

During these camps, petitions and cases submitted by the public are received, and actions are initiated to resolve them.

Additionally, public complaints are received by the Office of the District Police Superintendent, and actions are taken to address the grievances of the respective police stations.

In light of this, the State Government of Tamil Nadu has announced that city police commissioners and district police superintendents MUST conduct weekly grievance meetings with the public and receive complaints from them.

The Director General of Police, Shailendra Babu, has played a significant role in emphasizing the importance of conducting these weekly public grievance meetings, particularly on Wednesdays. This initiative allows the public to meet senior officials and personally explain their grievances, thereby fostering confidence in the Department of Police.

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