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Coimbatore: Women police personnel should be more sensitive and proactive in creating the required awareness for preventing crime against women, children, disabled and senior citizens, N. Kannan, Superintendent of Police – Coimbatore District said on Wednesday. He was speaking at a workshop organised to sensitise the women police officers on the potential role that they could play in combating such crimes.
He said the root cause of such crimes against women, children, disabled and senior citizens was lack of literacy, adequate education and employment.
At the field level, the women police officers are better placed in driving the home message to end these crimes, he said.
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