1. Antecedents of domestic servants should be verified whereever possible through the police before they are employed. Keeping a record of finger prints, photographs and personal details of all domestic servants may be useful. 2. Discussion about tours etc. necessitating absence from home should be avoided in the presence of servants. 3. It is prudent to ensure the presence of a member of the family to oversee the servant's work in the office room, bed room etc. This will minimise the possibility of his tampering with anything or planting boobytraps etc. 4. Whenever a domestic servant is dismissed for misconduct, the fact must be intimated to the local police immediatly.
1. Keep vehicles locked at all times. 2. Use devices like steering locks and sidelocks for extra protection. 3. Park vehicles in covered garages as far as possible. 4. Do not lend your vehicle to strangers. 5. Get your Car's registration number etched onto the front and rear windowscreen and all four window panes. So that if it stolen, this etching will help the Police. 6. Keep the Tax Token and your Driving license in original with you. Photocopy of the registration certificate will suffice. 7. As far as possible, the car should not be left unattended.
1. Sighting of any suspious person must be reported to the nearest Police Station. 2. While leaving your home unguarded inform a neighbour you can trust and also your where about. 3. Also inform your Police Station if leaving on a long vacation. 4. Please keep your valuables and jewellery in bank lockers. 5. Sturdy doors, windows, latches and locks are a must. Also install magic eyes and door chains. 6. Install grills on your windows as far as possible. 7. Get your domestic helps registered with the local Police Station after verification of aneedents. 8. If you find anything suspicious about your tenents or neighbours inform the Police immediately. 9. Make a list of all your valuables and keep it safe. 10. In case of theft or burglary inform the Police immidiately and do not disturb the scene of crime.
The challenge of making our roads safer can be met only with the whole hearted support and commitment of the entire community. So what can we do to help as citizens?
Be a model road user- Learn the rules and follow them conscientiously even when nobody is watching. Don't justify traffic violations by saying that you are sure that they are 'safe'. Remember, you are inspiring others to violate law and they may do so under not so safe circumstances.
Educate others- anybody you can influence, your family, your friends or your colleagues. The task of teaching the rules or road safety to a society as diverse and heterogeneous as ours requires the dedicated support of enlightened citizens. You can use your special gift for art or music or theatre or technology for carrying the message of road safety to the millions who need to be educated.
Be active citizens- Your enthusiasm can force even the most lethargic of systems to move. Know the traffic problems and road safety issues of your locality, your office, your child's school and so on. You must follow up on the construction of that rotary or the installation of that traffic signal that is needed in your locality. Your enthusiasm shall ensure that no procedural bottle-necks hold up urgently needed engineering works.
Don't expect the Government to do it all- The community has immense resources. It can definitely raise internal funds for minor interventions like building a wall to close a dangerous illegal entry point or engaging private manpower to help in the regulation of parking in commercial areas or outside schools.
Always help the accident victim - The fear of false implication in the matter is totally irrational. You must be prepared to undertake the responsibility of taking the victim to a hospital and waiting for his family to appear. Remember- it could have been you.
Volunteer as Marshals- If you want to actively participate in traffic regulation and law enforcement join as a marshal or inform us what you want to do and how we can help you with it.