Mangaluru: ADGP Alok Mohan Discusses Tight Security Arrangements For ZP and TP Elections

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Mangaluru: ADGP (Law & Order) Alok Mohan held a press meet to discuss the security arrangements undertaken for the ZP & TP elections in the Western Range at the Police Commissioner’s Office here, on February 17.

Addressing the mediapersons, ADGP Alok said, “Already the first phase of the elections have concluded in Uttar Kannada and the second phase will be held in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Chikkamagaluru districts that come under the Western Range (WR). There are 2737 polling booths in the WR of which 268 are marked as hyper-sensitive, 732 are sensitive and 1583 are normal. In Mangaluru, 42 booths are marked as hyper-sensitive, 134 sensitive and 186 are normal booths.”

He further said, “There are 164 booths that come under the naxal affected areas of which, 61 are identified in Dakshina Kannada, 64 in Udupi and 39 in Chikkamagaluru. These booths will be guarded by special armed units and Anti Naxal Force (ANF) will conduct routine combing operations in these areas. We have a strong police force with 2500 personnel and additional 3000 police personnel will be stationed with 2000 home guards and special commandos during the election phase.”

“There has been no reported issue pertaining to naxalites in the area from the past year or so; the only problem we have is with the border along Kerala state and we have had co-ordination meetings with the police of Kerala and Goa who have helped us by setting up check posts along the border. Other preventive measures include placing all habitual offenders under preventive custody. In the WR, 16 people are booked under the Goonda Act from last December, of which 3 are from Mangaluru. The number of offenders booked under the Goonda Act all over the state is around 100,” ADGP Alok said.

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Alok Mohan Promoted as ADGP, Sent Abroad for Advanced Training Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore

Alok Mohan, who served as Inspector General of Police, (Western Range), Mangalore from August 2010 to December 2011 has been promoted as the Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Recruitment and Training, Bangalore. He took charge of the post on January 2.

Alok Mohan was transferred from Mangalore last month and Pratap Reddy was appointed as his successor. He was not given any post at the time of transfer.

Now, the state government has announced his appointment as the ADGP.

Alok Mohan, who takes the credit for the reduced crime rate in Mangalore during his stint as IGP, has been one of the most admired top police officers in the region. His ‘talk less – act more’ principle helped him in controlling communal disturbances as well as other kinds of crimes in the Western Range.

The 51-year-old, 1987 batch IPS officer is considered as one of the most upright  police officers in the state.

Alok Mohan is now leaving for LKY School of Public Policy, University of Singapore and Kennedy School of Governance at Harvard University, USA for one year, to earn the prestigious Masters in Public Management Programme.

There are only four senior civil servants deputed by the government of India for this year-long course. The four officers are Alok Mohan, Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, secretary (tourism), Andhra Pradesh, Sanjeev Ranjan,  joint secretary (ministry of agriculture), government of India, and T K Anil Kumar, IAS, director (census), Bangalore, Karnataka.

They will be part of a select group of 25 senior civil servants from different countries. The officers will spend 6 months in University of Singapore and 6 months at Harvard University in Boston, US.

These officers will be exposed to world class Public Management Techniques which they can apply to improve the public management in different areas in the Government in India. They will also be attached to different ministries and departments of Singapore for 6 weeks during their stay there, and will have a first-hand experience of the working of the Singapore government and public service.

Alok Mohan is the first senior police officer from Karnataka to be selected for this course. He has also been on other international assignments like International Police Task Force of the United Nations Peace Keeping in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Senior Command Course of the British Police where he was with the Scotland Yard Police and London City Police, Advanced Management Programme of Maastricht University, Netherlands and Administrative Staff College of India.


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Alok Mohan Karnataka Police Officer

Alok Mohan Karnataka Police Officer

 

Mr. Alok Mohan is an Indian Police Service (IPS) Officer of 1987 Batch of the Karnataka Cadre. He is presently serving as the Additional Director General of Police in charge of Law and Order for the state of Karnataka and heads the law enforcement machinery for the Karnataka State Police. He has more than 30 years of Senior Management experience at the State, National and International Levels.

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Additional Director General of Police, Law and Order, Karnataka State

Mr. Alok Mohan presently as the Addl. DGP, Law & Order for the Karnataka State Police heads the law enforcement machinery for the State since 31st July, 2015. He is incharge of the day to day policing in the state and supervises working of 31 District Superintendents of Police, 7 Range IGPs and Police Commissioners of Mysore, Mangalore, Hubli-Dharwad and Belgaum cities. The total police force of Karnataka State Police is more than 100 thousand and serves a population of about 60 millions.

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Alok Mohan – ADGP IPS

Alok Mohan – ADGP, IPS

Mr. Alok Mohan is an Indian Police Service (IPS) Officer of 1987 Batch of the Karnataka Cadre. He is presently serving as the Additional Director General of Police in charge of Law and Order for the state of Karnataka and heads the law enforcement machinery for the Karnataka State Police. He has more than 30 years of Senior Management experience at the State, National and International Levels.

He is a recipient of the prestigious President of India Police Medals for Distinguished Services as well as for Meritorious Services. He has also been awarded with the prestigious United Nations Medal while working as a Commander for the International Police Task Force (IPTF) in the United Nations Peace Keeping Operations in the Bosnia– Herzgovina.

He holds three Masters Degrees and is an alumni of the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA, Lee Kuan Yew (LKY) School of Public Policy, Singapore University, Singapore, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee.

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Alok Mohan

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Alok Mohan

Mr. Alok Mohan is the Additional General Director of Police (A Three Star General) in Karnataka State, India, with 25 years of public service. He has held many prestigious assignments at the state, national and international levels and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Management Program as a colleague of Lew Kuan Yew.

Mr. Alok Mohan joined the elite Indian police service in 1987 at the age of 22 after completing his higher education at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee and Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. His challenging tasks in the state include working as District Superintendent of Police, Deputy Inspector General of Police, State CID, Joint Police Commissioner, City of Bangalore and Inspector General of the Western Range Police, Mangalore.

Mr. Mohan headed the surveillance and surveillance wings of the urban development and energy departments in the state and was on the board of directors of the five energy distribution companies. At the national level, Mr. Mohan served as Assistant Inspector General of the Police at the Central Industrial Security Force in New Delhi and headed the operations and the internal security wing for the elite paramilitary force 90,000 more than the central government.

At the international level, Mohan led the multinational police task force of UN peacekeeping operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has been with British police in the prestigious “Senior Command Course” and as a companion to the prestigious “Advanced Management Program” of the Higher School of Administrative Personnel of India, visited globally renowned institutions in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Switzerland .

Mr. Alok Mohan is decorated with the prestigious President of the Meritorious Services of India Police Medal, President of the India Police Medal for Distinguished Services and UN Peace Medal.

Separate teams formed to investigate in cases of kalladka: Alok Mohan

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Alok Mohan IPS

Mangaluru: Additional General Director of Police (ADGP) for Law and Order Alok Mohan said on Friday that the police department will assess the situation on the strain hit Kalladka daily.

Speaking to the media on his arrival at the police commissioner’s office here, he said police security was strengthened in Kalladka and actions were taken to prevent such incidents. Both IGP (Western Range) P Harishekaran and SP Bhushan G Borase are camping on the site, he said.

For a specific consultation on some Right-wing organizations planning a mammoth protest rally on BC Road on June 22, ADGP said that while Section 144 is in effect until June 21, police will follow the situation further and not Will allow no one to disturb the peace.

For another query about the veracity behind blocking orders that had not fallen well with a section of the public, Alok Mohan said he asked the SP to examine the issue. He said 18 suspects were arrested in connection with the crash and the cases were reported after the incident.

He said the researchers also evaluated the video footage in connection with the death of stones followed by shock that day. Separate teams were formed to investigate the cases and all those involved in the incidents will be registered, he said.

He also exalted the confidence that normalcy will be fully restored with the majority of the general population averse to the disturbance of the social fabric. Excluding a miserable percent of society, who are deprived of castes and communal bonds and resort to imprisonment in their hands, most are against the same, he added.

On the possibilities of intelligent people who take advantage of the change in the high levels of the department that leads to such disorders in society, the ADGP discarded saying that “the system counts on the change in the heads”

Intensified action against sand mafia: Alok Mohan

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Alok Mohan, Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order), said Monday that police would take a more intense action against the sand mafia in the Udupi district.

Speaking to the pressurists after holding a review meeting of police officers at the District Police Office, Mohan said police had taken a serious note of the aggression and attempted to assassinate Commissioner Priyanka Mary Francis, Deputy Commissioner Shilpa Nag and Accountant Kantharaj, when they raided a sand extraction site in Kandlur near Kundapur.

The police had detained seven people in this regard. As soon as Police Superintendent K.T. Balakrishna received the information about the incident, sent a team of police to the area.

To a question, she said that although Ms. Francis might have taken the police with her, she decided to make a timely visit as a good Deputy Commissioner and District Magistrate.

People in Udupi and Dakshina Kannada districts normally respected officials. Therefore, there were no problems in the village of Halnadu, where Mrs. Francis had assaulted a sand extraction site. But it was in Kandlur that the incident of attempted murder occurred. The police had taken this matter seriously, he said.

As for other police measures, it had been decided to improve the system of expirations by having the police chiefs and police officers take care of the designated areas in the district.

Therefore, the number of blows at any police station would be equal to the number of police officers and police that had. This would help the police to develop a close relationship with people and improve community policing.

Thereafter, the police would reserve those involved in gambling and illegal sand extraction under the Goonda Act.

Drop boxes would be kept in schools and colleges so that students could file their grievances without writing their names.

Police officers had been instructed to go to schools and colleges and interact with students to stay away from drugs, Mohan said.

Present were Mr. Balakrishna (Superintendent of Police) and N. Vishnuvardhana, Superintendent of Police.