Md. Sana Akhtar, IPS
Superintendent of Police, Raiganj PD,Uttar Dinajpur


District Map

Safety Tips


  1. Don’t use guessable password for your email id and social networking site profiles.
  2. Use at least 12 digit passwords by using all capital letter, small letter, special character and number.
  3. Don’t use any guessable answer in password forget hints.
  4. Try to use two tier authentications for your email ID.
  5. If you are victim of offensive mail or picture in your mail Id or social network site or website take a print out and print screen or mail and social network site or website. Always keep the link (URL) of the website, where offensive word or picture was used against you.
  6. Don’t open any unwanted mail or attachment. It may cause damage your computer and steal your all including financial details.
  7. Don’t show interest on mail for winning unwanted lottery.
  8. Don’t go for video calling or chatting with any stranger.
  9. Always use ‘https’ sites for online financial transaction.
  10. Don’t install any software from unknown publisher.
  11. Don’t click on any link from any unwanted/ spam mail.
  12. Always try to keep paid antivirus in your computer.
  13. Never share your profile details to any unknown.


  • Always keep handy the phone number of your district police control room and local police station.
  • Call your local police station or Dial 100 in case of emergency.
  • Don’t ask help from unknown at ATM room.
  • Be careful after withdrawing the money from bank or ATM.


  • Be careful while making friends with any unknown person. He/She may cause you harm.
  • Don’t get allured for easy available job from unknown.
  • Dial 100 in emergency for for seeking police help.
  • Before engaging domestic worker, verify his/her antecedents.
  • Don’t trust your unknown online friends. They may cheat /blackmail you.


  • Don’t keep your vehicle in any lonely place.
  • Always use security lock alarm in your vehicle.
  • Don’t keep your vehicles in any busy place as un-attended.
  • Please plug out the key before leaving vehicles.
  • Please plug out the spark plug of your motorcycle before leaving it alone.
  • After parking lock the handle of your Motor Cycle.


(1) Always walk on the footpath only. On roads without footpath, walk on the extreme left hand side of the roads.

(2) Do not be impatient on the road. Do not rush or run on the road.

(3) Cross only at Zebra crossings, traffic signals, subways, foot over-bridges.

Where such facilities do not exist, look for a safe place to cross.

(4) At the signal lights, cross only on a clear green signal. If an intersection is controlled by a policeman, traffic warden, cross only when he signals you to do so.


(1) Leave home well in time, so that you won’t have to run to catch the bus.

At the bus stand, always follow the queue. Board the bus only after it has come to a halt, without rushing in or pushing others.

(2) While in the bus, shouting or making a noise is definitely bad manners. Such behavior can also distract the driver.

(3) Do not board or alight at a bus stop other than the one decided by the school. Never board and alight at a red light crossing or unauthorized bus stop.

(4) Always hold onto the handrail if standing in a moving bus, especially on sharp


(5) Do not sit, stand or travel on the footboard of the bus.

(6) Do not put any part of your body outside a moving or stationary bus.

(7) Always adhere to the bus safety rules.


  1. Always wear helmets
  2. Never stop abruptly in traffic. Move to the left and slow down.
  3. Adhere to traffic signals, boards and signs.
  4. While driving, always carry your driving license and important documents such as your vehicle registration certificate, insurance certificate, road tax & P.U.C. certificate.
  5. Avoid using the cell phone while driving. If it is an urgent need, move to the left, halt and make the call.
  6. Do not ride at high speeds. Losing control, your life may be at stake.
  7. Never drink and drive.
  8. Use your lights while riding at night.
  9. Do not ride or wheel your vehicle on the footpath.