<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>doing a great job” and steps have been taken to ensure there are cyber units at district level. He said more people will be trained on how to tackle cyber crimes. “We are in the process of training a lot of people on cyber crime and cyber offences, how to investigate them and that process will continue,” he said. Patnaik’s predecessor Verma had always asked his officers to curb street crimes, and the new top cop reiterated him. As commissioner of Delhi Police, Patnaik will have one of the longest tenures. Patnaik will retire in January 2020 after three years of service as Delhi’s top cop. Patnaik was earlier posted as the Special CP (Administration), where he was part of the team which effected the recent large-scale promotions in Delhi Police. Earlier in the day, Verma was given a farewell parade where many of the personnel, who were part of the massive promotions granted to 26,000 personnel during his tenure, shouted slogans in his praise. “It is time to bid farewell. As commissioner, my first priority was to curb street crimes and provide security to women and children. It is with your support that I achieved success in all these spheres in 2016. This has been possible due to your hard work,” he told the personnel at the farewell. Later in the day, Verma was given a farewell near the front lawn to the sounds of dhol and the top brass of Delhi Police wishing him luck for his new assignment.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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Patnaik said the Cyber Cell of Delhi Police is "already