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2 women cops given charge of police stations

India on 03 March 2014
Location : Mumbai | Source : Times of India. Image Source: Flying Cloud

For the first time in the history of Navi Mumbai police commissionerate, two women police inspectors have been made in-charge of police stations.

Inspector Maya More, who was attached to the APMC police station, has been handed over the responsibility of Rabale MIDC police station and Inspector Sangita Shinde Alphanso, who was with Vashi police station's administration department, is in-charge of Nerul police station.

Inspector Maya More passed her MPSC exam in 1992 and joined the department as sub-inspector. "I think women cops should realize their calibre and fight injustice and crime."

Inspector Sangita Shinde Alphanso has an LLB degree and has also pursued MBA. She has 18 years' experience, with six years in Pune cyber crime cell. She added that her appointment has given her an opportunity to rein in the criminals, especially prevent crime against women.

"The appointment of a woman in-charge of a police station will encourage women to come forward and lodge a complaint."

Some of the achievements of inspector Maya More:

1) 70 rewards as best police officer.

2) National weight lifting player, state-level Kho-kho and athletics player.

3) University level Volley ball player.

4) Externed many criminals and booked 18 notorious hoodlums under MPDA while attached with Mumbai police.

5) Part of police team that busted a rave party in Pune, kin which 250 drug revellers were arrested.

6) Appreciated by seniors for excellent job while incharge of Vashi traffic unit.

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