Tripura Boosts Security: Four CBI Camp Offices to Combat Crime


In a strategic move aimed at bolstering security measures and combating crime, the Tripura state government has outlined plans for the establishment of four new Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) camp offices across the state. Tripura Chief Minister, Dr. Manik Saha, made this announcement during the Police Week Parade at the Manoranjan Debbarma Smriti Stadium in AD Nagar, Agartala, on January 17.

Government’s Commitment to Safety

Acknowledging the commendable efforts of Tripura police in ensuring public safety, Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha expressed the government’s unwavering commitment to achieving a 100% saturation point in maintaining law and order. He applauded the force for its tireless day and night endeavors, resulting in a significant reduction in the overall crime rate.

Milestones in Policing

Highlighting key achievements, Dr. Saha emphasized the increased number of police stations in Tripura, witnessing growth from 81 to 101, with four awaiting inauguration. He also shared that four out of five Government Railway Police (GRP) stations are poised for imminent inauguration.

Praising the Tripura State Rifles (TSR), the Chief Minister noted its national recognition, with two battalions deployed in Delhi and Chhattisgarh. He particularly commended the force’s effectiveness in addressing crimes against women, curbing drug-related issues, tackling land-related crimes, and combating physical atrocities.

Future Developments Unveiled

In a significant move towards enhancing crime investigation capabilities, Dr. Saha revealed plans for four CBI camp offices to be strategically located in North, West, Khowai, and Dhalai districts. These offices aim to strengthen the state’s ability to address and resolve complex criminal cases.

The announcement included the identification of ten acres of land in Bodhjung Nagar for the establishment of the Central Detective Training Institute (CDTI). This institute is anticipated to play a crucial role in training law enforcement personnel, equipping them with advanced investigative skills.

To address infrastructure challenges faced by Tripura Police, an NBCC office in Jackson Gate has been inaugurated. This move is expected to streamline administrative processes and contribute to the overall efficiency of the police force.

Central Detective Training Institute (CDTI) in the Pipeline

Tripura prepares for these significant developments in its law enforcement infrastructure, the focus remains on creating a safer environment for its residents. The establishment of CBI camp offices and the Central Detective Training Institute underscores the government’s commitment to fostering a robust and proactive approach to crime prevention and investigation in the state.



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