Haryana police to improve image
Pawan Kumar Bansal | 14 Apr 2011

Worried over bad publicity Haryana police has decided to appoint public relations officers to have better interaction with media.

Worried over the bad publicity, which is damaging its image Haryana Police which had been often hiting media headlines due to wrong reasons has decided to appoint Public Relations Officers at district level to have better coordination and liaison with media.
Presently a public relations officers is posted with Director General of Police Office at Panchkula. The Police has sought applications for the post which will be only on contract basis for a period of three years under the outsourcing policy of the state govt. Prospective candidates have been asked to send their applications by 25 th April. They will be paid a fix salary of Rs. twenty tousands per month.
However the conditions and qualifications fixed for the post are very tough. Candidate should be diploma holder in mass communication and post graduate in journalism. Besdies he should have the adequate knowledge of internet and microsoft word system.
Recalled that at a seminar held at Panchkula Haryana D.G.P. Ranjeev Dalal has asked media not to tarnish image of Police as institution adding that they should not treat crime individual as reflection on Police department as institution. Dalal has also commented that Public interest litigations and cbi enquiries are hampering their work.