Monday, 5 April 2010

Private detectives to work with Delhi Police during CWG

Over 25,000 private detectives across the country will offer their services to Delhi Police in gathering intelligence to prevent any untoward incident during the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

The Association of Private Detectives and Investigators (APDI), an umbrella body of 30,000 private detective agencies, will soon submit its proposal to Delhi Police chief Y S Dadwal in this regard.

"We have a strong force of 25,000 detectives across the country. They are experienced and have solved many tough cases. The association has felt that its agents can help in gathering intelligence and keeping untoward incidents at bay especially during the Games, " APDI chairman Kunwar Vikram Singh said.

He said the agents can easily mingle with common people without inviting any suspicion from criminals.

Commonwealth Games, one of the biggest sporting events hosted by India, are scheduled here between October 3-14 this year.

Government has made it clear that adequate security arrangements will be made at all the Games venues and sites.

1 comments:

Ascon said...

Nice work for private detectives Delhi.

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