Safety Tips

Security Tips

 

We at Dhalai Tripura police have the greatest concern for your safety and security. Given below are some suggestions that we feel will go a long way in addressing those concerns.

 Road safety is life safety.

Road Safety Tips:

Instruction for Bike Riders:

Always:

  • Wear a full mask good quality BIS approved helmet.
  • Ensure that pillion rider also wears a helmet of the same quality.
  • Fasten the helmet rightly.
  • Check the inflation of both front and rear tyres.
  • Ensure the front and rear lights are functional.
  • Give proper indications before turning.
  • Use front and rear brakes simultaneously.
  • Ride in the middle lane.
  • Keep a safe distance from the vehicle ahead.

Never:

  • Indulge in zig-zag riding.
  • Overtake from the blind corners of a heavy vehicle or from the left side. It is highly dangerous.
  • Apply brakes suddenly.
  • Carry heavy loads or more than one person as pillion rider.
  • Use cell phone while riding.
  • Ride in the bus line.
  • Allow a minor to ride.

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Instruction for Drivers of Four Wheelers:

Always:

  • Ensure that co-passenger on the front seat and the driver has worn seat belt.
  • Driver within the prescribed speed limit (Car – 50, Bus/Truck – 40).
  • Drive in your lane.
  • Keep a safe distance from the vehicle ahead.
  • Use proper signal before taking a turn.
  • Use rear view mirror in your vehicle.
  • Reduce speed of vehicle while approaching road crossing.
  • Obey the signals given by Traffic Police.
  • Use dimmer while driving at night time.

Never:

  • Talk on mobile phone while driving.
  • Allow children below years of age to sit on the front seat.
  • Allow minors to drive.  Smoke during driving.
  • Engage yourself in gossiping with other while driving.
  • Overtake when there is no sufficient space.
  • Overload your vehicle.
  • Drive without license.

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Instruction for the Pedestrians.

Always.

  • Walk on any side of road if there are footpaths.
  • On roads having no footpath, walk on extreme right side facing the oncoming traffic.
  • Always use Zebra Crossing.
  • Foot Over- Bridge & Subways to cross the road.
  • Cross the road when the vehicles are at a safe distance.
  • Wear light coloured dresses during night.
  • Pedestrians should also obey traffic signals.
  • Help the children, old people and handicapped persons to cross the road.
  • While walking on the road, always notice the movement of vehicles.

Never:

  • Do not cross the road in hurry or by running.
  • Never cross the road in front of or in between parked vehicles.
  • It is very dangerous to cross the road at blind corners turnings, etc where you are not visible to vehicle drivers. Do not jump over the railings to cross road. While crossing the road first look to the right and then look to the left and again to the right. After being ensured that there is no vehicle approaching you, cross the road.
  • Don’t hesitate and change your decision suddenly.
  • Don’t talk with others standing on the road.

Instructions for Cyclists:

Always:

  • Cycle must be fitted with standard gadgets bell, brakes, rear view mirror, both front & black mudguard painted white, reflective tapes affixed at the front & back.
  • Use service road/cycle track, if available.
  • Cycle should be on extreme left side of the road.
  • Avoid busy roads.
  • Keep a safe distance from fast motorized vehicles.
  • Give proper indications before stopping or turning.

Never:

  • Do not indulge in any kind of stunts.
  • Do not load the cycle with another person or heavy goods.
  • Do not ride holding on to fast moving vehicles.
  • Do not ride parallel to another cycle.

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PREVENTION TIPS FROM CYBER ATTACK

 

  1. Make sure you have up-to-date software, anti-virus software, a firewall and operating system;
  2. Do not disclose your passwords and personal information to anyone over phone or in emails or otherwise;
  3. Use strong passwords that include numbers, upper and lower case letters, and special characters, example – AbCde@159;
  4. Change your password regularly;
  5. When registering with a website or for Web service, make sure you choose security questions the answers to which only you know should you forget​ a password;
  6. Avoid clicking on hypertext links and attachments received in emails from unknown or entrusted users;
  7. If you are asked to provide personal information via email, you can independently contact the company directly to verify this request;
  8. For e-Mail, turn off the option to automatically download attachments;
  9. Guard your email address. Spammers and phishers sometimes send millions of messages to email addresses that may or may not exist in hopes of finding a potential victim. Responding to these messages ensures you will be added to their lists for more of the same messages in the future. Also be careful when posting your email address in newsgroups, blogs, or online communities;
  10. Download applications/software from trusted sources;
  11. Use encryption for your most sensitive files such as tax returns or financial records, make regular back-ups of all your important data, and store it in another location;
  12. Be cautious when giving out personal information such as your name, address, phone number or financial information on the Internet. Make sure that websites are secure (e.g. when making online purchases) or that you’ve enabled privacy settings (e.g. when accessing/using social networking sites);
  13. Carry out your transactions only on secure sites. Secure websites have an Internet address that starts with “https” or have a padlock or lock icon on the page;
  14. Review bank and credit card statement regularly and if found any bad thing immediately contact with the branch;
  15. Make sure your social networking profiles (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, MSN, etc.) are set to private. Check your security settings. Be careful what information you post online.