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Feb 21, 2019
5:13PM

Home Ministry orders pan-India survey to assess impact of police services

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Ministry of Home Affairs has commissioned the Bureau of Police Research and Development to conduct a pan-India survey called, All India Citizens Survey of Police Services. 

The survey will be conducted through the National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi. 

The aim is to understand public perceptions about Police, gauge the level of non-reporting of crimes or incidents to Police, timeliness and quality of police response and action, assess citizens' perception and experience about women and children’s safety. 

The survey commencing next month will cover a representative sample of 1.2 lakh households spread over 173 districts across the country, based on the National Sample Survey framework. 

All States and Union Territories will be included in the survey. It will be completed in nine months. 
The Home Ministry said, States and Union Territories have been requested to extend full cooperation to the conduct of the survey. 

They have also been asked to adopt this good practice and prepare their Police for undertaking such surveys on their own, in future. 

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