Ghaziabad’s Sihani Gate police station on Friday became the first police station to offer free WiFi access to every visitor to the police station. Also Read - Trains to get Wi-Fi internet service in India, says Railway Minister Piyush Goyal
The facility was inaugurated on Friday by Senior Superintendent of Police Dharmendra Yadav. Also Read - Free Wi-Fi now available at 1,000 Indian Railway stations
The police station has been awarded ISO 9001 certification as well. Also Read - New Wi-Fi chipset bug puts iOS, Android devices at hacking risk
The documentation procedure in the police station also conforms to ISO standards. Eight CCTV cameras have been installed covering the lock up room, office and other areas.
Other police stations, especially those bordering Delhi like Indirapuram, Link Road, Sahibabad and Loni will follow suit, Yadav said.
He also conducted the annual inspection on this occasion.