Janamaithri Suraksha Samithi
Janamaithri Suraksha Samithi is a Samithi formed to assist the project functioning. Samithi member should have time to spare for its activities and he/she shall not be involved in any criminal cases. the Samithi does not have any statutory powers.
The Janamaithri Suraksha Samithi shall consist of Corporation / Municipal Ward Councilors, representatives of each active Residents Association, NGOs, local media representatives, nominees of every High School Head Master / College Principal, reputed persons of the locality, retired police personnel and ex-service personnel.
The Samithi should have 10 % senior citizens 30 % ladies and 20 % SC / ST members. Political party members in that capacity are not included in the Samithi. The number of members is 10-25. A Janamaithri Suraksha Samithi has to be formed in the Police Station based on the report submitted by the Circle Inspector, through the Sub Divisional Police Officer to the Superintendent of Police/ Commissioner of Police form the Samithi.
Meetings of the Samithi
The Samithi shall meet atleast once in a month at a previously notified place and any member of the public, residing within the local area of the police station, may also attend the meeting to give suggestions / air complaints.
No Criminal cases under investigation or trial should be discussed in the Samithi. No discussion is made of arrest or any other statutory functions of the Police.
The meeting is convened by the Circle Inspector and SHO is the secretary of the Samithi.
The meetings shall be attended by the Sub Divisional Police Officer once in every three months and by the Superintendent of Police atleast once a year.
The minutes of the Samithi meetings are recorded and kept in a minutes book. A copy is forwarded to the Sub Divisional Police Office.
District Advisory Samithi
Superintendent of Police/Commissioner of Police should form a ‘Jilla Upadesaka Samithi’ including M.P, M.L.A, Municipal Chairman/Mayor and also other representatives nominated by the Superintendent of Police/Commissioner of Police. The Samithi may have 10 - 20 numbers. Once in three months, Superintendent of Police/Commissioner of Police may convene a meeting and review the activities of the Project and give necessary advices for successful implementation of the Project.