To make commuting easier for professionals working in Infopark, Infopark has got the approval to set up a Pre-paid Auto Counter at its premises. The park has also joined hands with the Kerala Police to set up a Police Aid Post at the park as part of its initiative to strengthen security measures.
To conceptualize the new initiatives, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Inspector General of Police, K. Padmakumar and Police Commissioner Ajithkumar. M.R with Infopark CEO Gigo Joseph along with representatives of Infopark companies, to discuss special security initiatives in Kochi city. Ernakulam ACP, Sunil Jacob, Thrikkakara ACP, Bijo Alexander, West Traffic ACP, Mohammed Rafique, and East Traffic ACP, K. S. Baby Vinod were also present for the meeting.
IG and Commissioner of Police briefed the companies, on the digital security initiatives that have been taken by the police for the recently launched â€˜Safe Kochi Secure Kochiâ€™ scheme. The scheme envisages police coordinating with private and public sector undertakings in Kochi city to use modern technology to enhance security in the city.
â€œWe are very happy to join hands with Kerala Police to strengthen the security measures for the park and it was a privilege for all of us at Infopark to participate in such a strategic meeting. Companies from Infopark had some good suggestions presented towards the safety of Kochi city. The initiative to set up a Prepaid Auto Counter and Police Aid Post is a result of our continuous interaction with the City police department and the Collectorate. We feel this initiative will be a great relief for Infopark employees and all those who come to the park for various work.â€ Infopark CEO, Gigo Joseph said.
He also added that more initiatives are in discussion stages and will be soon introduced.
There will be police aid posts and a prepaid auto counter at the main entrance of the park for easy moving of techies set up in the park soon. Special patrolling, lady police deployment, facility of SMS complaint reporting system in case any security related issues come up, installing surveillance cameras and street lights, traffic police in main junctions, rash driving controlling and dismantling of unauthorized petty shops which are there in front of Infopark will all come under the purview of police aid post.
Infopark officials and CEOs of the major IT companies operating within Infopark; Cognizant, TCS, Arbitron, Calpine, GSTI Technologies, Global Infonet, ACS, etc., were present in the meeting.