Bengaluru police is all set to launch its very own news channel which will broadcast important alerts and crime news. The police personnel will be trained to present news like anchors of regular news channels.
Bengaluru police has always been a step ahead when it comes to connecting with the people. Be it through their Facebook page, on which they are very active and have over 10 lakh followers, or using WhatsApp to improve the system, the city policemen have always been people-friendly.
The police department is now adding yet another interesting initiative to this, by launching its own television news channel.
The police will now broadcast crime news, property-recovery parades, arrests and alerts on its very own news channel, once the required equipment is in place.
The channel will most likely be called Police News. The studio design has been finalised and it will be located on the fifth floor of the new building at the commissioner’s office on Infantry Road.
Police personnel will be trained to present news like anchors of regular news channels.
The telecast will not be round the clock and officials are still discussing the ways in which the channel will work.
We can’t wait to see our very own men in uniform, reading the news.
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