South East Division(Search results - 5)
CrimeSep 7, 2020, 6:10 PM IST
Bengaluru Police drug chase: Substance worth Rs 1.5 crore seized, 28 arrested in recent raids
Bengaluru Police that is cracking the whip against drug peddlers, has in recent times been able to seize drugs worth Rs 1.5 crore and have arrested 28 persons in this regard. The raids at East and South East divisions of Bengaluru were conducted and narcotics and psychotropic substances were seized. As per additional commissioner S Murugan, more arrests will follow.
He said most of accused are students and users. They procured drugs from darknet and used Dunzo and other bike rental services as part of their supply.
IndiaFeb 27, 2020, 5:55 PM IST
Team Shaurya - Women patrol team to keep an eye on dangerous locations in Bengaluru
With complaints of harassment and feeling of insecurity in Bengaluru's South East Division, a women-only bike and car patrol team was launched in 8 locations in the region. The team which is also trained in mixed martial arts is capable of handling law and order situations
IndiaFeb 24, 2020, 10:19 AM IST
Women's Day Special: Bengaluru Police release list of 8 dangerous zones in city
After coming up with the noble idea of training their women staff in mixed martial arts and extending the training to college and school students, the Bengaluru Police have now released 8 places where women are prone to harassment, especially after dusk. These places will now come under strict vigilance.
IndiaJan 7, 2020, 3:11 PM IST
Harassers, eve-teasers beware; these MMA trained Bengaluru policewomen know how to deal with you
The South East Division police in Bengaluru has set a precedent by training 15 of its women police in mixed martial arts and these women will not just patrol schools, colleges, but also train students in self-defence. The new batch has been named 'Veera Vanithe'
NEWSMay 15, 2019, 6:23 PM IST
Bengaluru Police arrest ATM thieves, recover Rs 95 lakh
Private company employees who were responsible for cash loading and maintenance of ATMs were arrested for allegedly looting two ATMs. The police who registered a case have recovered Rs 95 lakh from the duo.