The Name and Idea of PUBLIC POLICE was concieved by Mr. Rakesh Kumar Maheshwari a Chartered Accountant, Having Professional Experience more than four Decades and Mr. Deo Datta, IAS (R) who Served the Nation relentlessly throughout his bureaucratic career spanning over more than Four Decades The “Public Police” has been incorporated as a Registered Trust (NGO) at Delhi. under the blessings of its chairman Mr. Justice K.G.Balakrishnan, Former Chief Justice of India and Ex-Chairman National Human Rights Commission with the guidence of former High Court judges, former senior IAS Officers, former senior IPS Officers ,former law secretaries and some distinguished members of the civil society.
The Public Police will aim to establish itself as a trustworthy and reliable intercommunication link between society and law enforcement agencies. The role of the police is to protect the public and stop crime. Additionally, they are responsible for maintaining law and order in the country. A police force's effectiveness is not determined by the number of arrests or police action, but by the absence of criminal activity and violations of the law. Public trust in the police has eroded over time, and citizens are afraid to go to the police with complaints about harassment, when one should feel safe and protected when going to the police. Our goal is to portray the police as trustworthy and friendly friends who deal with crime effectively and provide care with compassion. In addition, there have been cases where the conduct of members of the law enforcement agencies has been questionable and some members of society may be potential law breakers. The NGO will serve as a bridge between the public and the police so that they can learn about each other.
A team from the NGO will create forums and send a team to visit communities so they are familiar with the rules and regulations. As a result, they understand that police personnel are also members of society and they have to act according to the legal system of the country. In difficult situations, police officers can do their duty with confidence and dedication, maintaining goodwill and support from the public while avoiding confrontation. The Police shall organize conferences, camps, events, and several other activities to promote education and public awareness so that mistrust can vanish and a regime of confidence can be introduced.