Pink Police Patrol
Alappuzha District Police introduced Pink Beat patrol for enhancing the safety for women and children in public places. The Pink Beat includes specially trained women police personnel. These police personnel will patrol on KSRTC and private stage carriers and will be present at bus stops, Schools, Colleges and other public places. They will assist women, children and senior citizens travelling on buses. The Pink Patrol team will operate under the supervision of District Police Chief
The role of these police personnel are
-     Ensure the reserved seats in KSRTC or private buses for women and physically challenged are not misused by the general public
-     Shutting down any avenue of eve &ndashteasing or molestation threats
-     Assist children and passengers with physical disabilities to reach their destination.
Ensure the reserved seats in KSRTC or private buses for women and physically challenged are not misused by the general public    Shutting down any avenue of eve &ndashteasing or molestation threats    Assist children and passengers with physical disabilities to reach their destination.
The Patrol car have been equipped with GPS tracking devices as well as cameras installed on the front and rear sides of the vehicles. The camera sends continuous visuals to the control room. An officer from control room can inspect these visuals in real time and deploy additional forces to various areas whenever necessary. These patrol vehicle will be led by a women police officer and will have two other women police personnel. The patrol will be deployed in areas that have high presence of women and will function from 8 am to 8 pm.
These personnel is not just monitor the insides of the crowded public buses for misuse and hassle, but also look out for anti-social activities at bus stops, schools and other prime target areas.
Control Strength & Duty Time
The overall supervision of Pink Police Patrol - Control Room will be the District Police Chief. The Supervising officer of PPCRTwill be the DySP of Police, District Crime Branch, Alappuzha and Circle Inspector of Police, Women Cell, Alappuzha will be the reporting officer.
The strength of PPP vehicle is one Woman Police Officer and 3 WSCPO / WCPO including one WCPO driver. As such 2 Women Police Officers, 6 WSCPO/WCPO are required to perform duty in two shifts.
Control Room Vehicles will operate in 2 shifts from 8AM to 2PM & 2PM to 9PM