Kiran Bedi launches website: SaferIndia.com

Kiran Bedi, the first woman to join the Indian Police Service (IPS), who quit police service recently by opting for voluntary retirement, launched a new website, “saferindia.com”, on Thursday.

SaferIndia.com extends help to people whose complaints are unheard by police. The service is launched under the project “Mission Safer India” by non-government organisation India Vision Foundation. SaferIndia.com will act as a bridge between complainants and police services to seek appropriate redress. People can log on to the website and e-mail their complaint to the group which will forward it to the State police headquarters.

Find out more from TheHindu article ‘Kiran Bedi launches website‘.

Its really great to see these kind of initiatives which harness the latest technologies to solve common man problems. More importantly being backed up by respected personalities like Kiran Bedi.

Though the service seems to be promising and a definite hope for the needy, who are neglected by the police authorities, website itself is not very impressive right now. I will write more about the website, design and other technical stuff in my next post.

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14 Comments

  1. MAHHESH MANDAL
    Posted January 4, 2008 at 9:59 pm | Permalink

    THIS IS GOOD STEP FOR EVERYPERSON WHOSE FIR NOT REGISTER EASILY

  2. Dhirendra Kumar
    Posted January 5, 2008 at 1:06 pm | Permalink

    You have started the reveloution which should have began earlier. Great Job…

  3. bharathi
    Posted January 18, 2008 at 10:45 pm | Permalink

    it is great pleasure to hear nothing but the truth,it is really great idea

  4. DHARMENDER YADAV
    Posted January 19, 2008 at 10:22 am | Permalink

    R/S
    It is the best way to nurse /serve the nation
    one must support it.

    from,
    dharmender yadav s/o raj karan
    vpo.bhakli , teh. kosli
    distt. rewari
    haryana 123302

  5. Lipika Madan
    Posted January 24, 2008 at 2:41 pm | Permalink

    The decision of having website and continuous struggle for helping nedy people is Ma’ams great effort. Now atleast there is Respected Ms.Kiran Bedi to listen to unheard people like us and Ms. Kian Bedi means Trust, the power of truth.

    I wish for great success of this new project started by Ma’am.

    Best wishes,
    Lipika Madan
    60/2 gopal nagar, new railway road, gurgaon.

  6. Tapan Kumar Roy
    Posted February 3, 2008 at 9:34 pm | Permalink

    I whole heraredly welcome Mrs. Bedi’s mission that will serve crores of law abiding people approaching the right path of the consituional redress. Thanks a lot and wish her all the success and earn laurels of contributing to social cause which few dare to tread.

  7. Deepak N. Kadukar
    Posted February 4, 2008 at 2:56 pm | Permalink

    Mam,
    This is the way to do controll on those people who is going to make disturbence in the country and those who is corrupt. really this is the good chance for the people to creat their problem to someone. thank you once more Mam.

  8. Atul Chitale
    Posted February 6, 2008 at 8:27 pm | Permalink

    Dear Mam,

    Your first intro to me was as “Crane Bedi”, when I was a school Kid in Delhi ( now I’ve more or less setlled in Pune ). Even then, at that age, we freinds were impressed with the new concept & soon realised that your thinking was not limited to just one or two new thoughts but so many which followed; the crowning glory was the ” Tihar Jail “. Till then as a kid, Tihar Jail (specially while passing next to it in a DTC bus ) used to bring a thought of all the criminals who will always remain criminals, and come out as criminals (this obiviously was a kid’s thought & I do NOW understand might not be the case with all). After reading the articles then, tyhe thoughts certainly changed; I always used to get a thought about the reformations happening inside & about the humans who have knowingly/ unknowinly erred but are striving to come back in the folds of the society. This thought in a developing brain, could be biggest award of all.
    Now this site “Safer India” certainly shows your never dying attitude towards the betterment of society and above all generates confidencein us about your thinking and future plans ( the best part is that the voluntary retirement has not stopped you at all but on the contrary seems to be a small part of a much bigger plan )

    I would like to Thank You for thinking about us the citizens so selflessly.

    Atul Chitale

  9. rajan Alimchandani
    Posted February 13, 2008 at 7:02 pm | Permalink

    I think it is a great step. I am a consumer activist and also guide on co-housing societies. I am also a member of AGNI and PCGT.It will be an honour if i can be a part of your team. Regards rajan

  10. Yogendra Chauhan
    Posted February 14, 2008 at 12:00 pm | Permalink

    it is very good step in india
    i would like thanks to mrs kiran bedi to again one step in, for human beings security….

  11. Ranbir Singh
    Posted February 14, 2008 at 1:37 pm | Permalink

    Yor are a great person in India.
    You are doing work for person it is very good.
    I think great person work good every time

  12. amit mehra
    Posted February 14, 2008 at 10:20 pm | Permalink

    This is a very good step for implementing the social justice which help in improving the police system.

  13. Posted February 17, 2008 at 1:49 am | Permalink

    This is a great-sounding program. Thank you for your dedication to making sure all people have proper access to the justice system. Could it be replicated in other countries besides India? There is a need for this in many, many communities around the world.

  14. S. Vasanthan
    Posted March 19, 2008 at 5:15 pm | Permalink

    Hats off to you madam,
    Already u have done wonders in the field of IPS. Definetly the wesite launched by you will be of very great help for the common man. Hope this site will change the face of the Law Enforcement authorities.
    My best wishes

    With regards,
    Vasanth

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