- The police asked the school representatives to make them aware of the role of the police
- Police have also informed school officials to notify them immediately if a student is found in possession of sharp objects or knives.
New delhi: In order to ensure the safety and security of students, representatives and principals of the 10 major public schools under the jurisdiction of Sultanpuri Police Station in the Outer District of Delhi met with DCP (Outer District) Sameer Sharma. During the meeting, participants discussed ways to keep students safe.
School officials sensitized police on criminal activities students might be prone to and how teachers play a vital role in shaping students’ future and helping them to become good citizens and better people. Ways to create a friendly learning environment were also discussed, reported The Indian Express.
The police asked the school representatives to sensitize them on the role of the police. They also asked them to educate students about the role of the police in cases where they are threatened or harassed by outsiders or classmates. Representatives were also told about surprise checks of school bags for suspicious items and told to report to police and guardians if anyone is found using narcotics on the premises. from school.
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Police have also informed school officials to notify them immediately if a student is found in possession of sharp objects or knives.
Police have also suggested that schools report any indications of students forming grudges or groups, so they can take preventative action. From time to time, students could be counseled to refrain from violence and anti-social activities and make them feel like responsible members of society, DCP Sharma said.
Police have told schools to make sure students feel motivated to report suspicious activity anywhere to school authorities or the police. They must be sure that their name and identity will not be disclosed if they inform the administration or the police of suspicious activity, DCP Sharma said.
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To protect students’ futures and help them become good citizens, principals and representatives were asked to follow these suggestions in letter and spirit, police said.