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BBSR-CTC Commissionerate Police launched a women Special Police Officers (SPOs) unit

Bhubaneswar:2/1/20: In a bid to check women safety, the Commissionerate Police today launched a women Special Police Officers (SPOs) unit.

On the occasion of the 12th Foundation Day celebrations of Commissionerate Police, Commissioner Sudhansu Sarangi inducted 250 women as SPOs. The SPOs were also presented uniforms and their identity cards.

Speaking at the event, Sarangi said, the women SPOs would have all the powers that of police personnel. They can even arrest miscreants if required.

It is pertinent to mention here that on December 16, letters were written to 48 educational institutions and other organisations across the state to select

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