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Online tenant registration
Date of Publishing: 2014-03-06 00:00:00.0

The online tenant registration website launched by Pune Police Zone-3 is proving beneficial for both police and owners to take safety measures to keep check on crime.
The recently launched online registration system for owners and tenants has been proving beneficial to take precautionary measures to avoid crime. Owners without going to police station, can register agreement details  and police can inform owners about crime trends.
Following two terrorist attacks,  Pune police had mandated owners to submit tenant registration agreement and ID proofs of both owner and tenant with respective police stations. But due to money and time, owners were avoiding the duty. To ease work of owners, Pune Police Zone III in the first week of February has launched online facility (website: ) where owners can register required information.
The facility is implemented for residents residing under the jurisdiction of eight police stations and 28 police chowkies under them. Eight police stations are Pimpri, Chinchwad, Nigdi, Bhosari, MIDC, Chatushringi, Sangvi and Hinjewadi.
Population of the zone is approximately 22 lakhs which is growing rapidly due to automobile and the IT sector in Hinjewadi. Large number of Indian and foreign students also moving in the city for better education and job opportunities.
The new system will help citizens to submit the tenant information online. It is also necessary for the hotel/lodge management to register detailed information of guests checking-in at their facility on this website daily.
“Although it is mandatory for owners to register the information of their tenants, we recommend everyone (not only tenants) who is residing in the jurisdiction of Zone-3 to register his/her information to facilitate safety messages and help you in case of emergency. The information provided by you will be completely secured and strictly confidential and will be used by police only,” said Shahaji Umap, ex DCP, Zone III.
“The information comes handy to contact owners or family members of victims in case of murder, thefts, accidents and other emergencies. We can inform owners of hotels and properties about the ongoing crime trends, what kind of crimes are taking place and alert them to take precautionary measures to avoid crimes,” said Thenge, Inspector, Zone III.   

--Varsha Torgalkar


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