The women-only patrolling team of Mangalore City Police launched

The women-only patrolling team of Mangalore City Police launched

May 2: Rani Abbakka Pade (RAP), the women-only patrolling team of Mangalore City Police Commissionerate, will now curb eve-teasing, stalking by keeping vigil in public places in the city and act against lewd gestures targeted at women and children. Rani Abbakka Pade (RAP) is launched with the objective to create a feeling of security among women and children in public places.

Sandeep Patil, Commissioner of Mangalore Police launched RAP at City Center Mall on Tuesday, April 30. He said that ‘Rani Abbakka Pade’ comprises of 50 women police constables and team is divided into battalions of five lady constables each.
RAP will be deployed at beaches, parks, malls, colleges and bus shelters and will also make random checks in buses to check eve-teasing, bag and chain snatching. RAP will also deal with issues related to child abuse in public places. Women suffering eve-teasing and other issues may directly complain to members of Rani Abbakka Pade, who will then hand over the vandals to the jurisdictional police.
Rani Abbakka Pade will be headed by Police Sub Inspector Srikala.

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