She has also sanctioned 92 lakh rupees to one thousand 492 police stations for purchase of chairs for visitors.
Ms Jayalalithaa also sanctioned 5 crore 55 lakh rupees to procure 87 patrol vehicles.
The chief minister ordered creation of 119 new posts which included a Deputy Commissioner and two Assistant Commissioners, 9 Police Inspectors, 46 sub inspectors, 10 head constables, 20 first grade constables, 30 second grade constables and 1 shorthand typist for the Central Crime Branch for Chennai City Police. This would cost the government exchequer a recurring expenditure of 5 crore 32 lakh 83 thousand 769 rupees and one time expenditure of 86 lakh 61 thousand 335 rupees.
She also sanctioned 4.81 crore rupees for the construction of an office for the Superintendent of Police at Thanjavur since it was presently functioning in an old building. It would come up near the Tamil University.
She approved a sum of 11.33 crore rupees for the construction of barracks for 500 constables in Tiruvannamalai, the temple town which attracts a large number of pilgrims and tourists.
She ordered creation of an Intelligence wing in the CB-CID with the creation of the posts of an intelligence officer and an assistant intelligence officer, who would analyse the criminal background of a person and give their assessment on the nature of the crime.
In order to upgrade the skills of the new recruits in the armed reserve and special wings, they would be given training for 7 months,Ms Jayalalithaa said.
The chief minister has sanctioned 5 crores for buying 1000 computers for better performance of the department.245 computers would be provided to the deputy commissioners offices all over the state,330 for district police departments,60 to police offices,16 to regional offices,70 to metro police stations, 5 to regional armed reserve head offices,10 to armed reserve offices,64 to special police force, 100 to special wings and 100 more to DGP offices.
Further,1492 police stations in the state would be provided with 10 PVC chairs each,for the public to sit and lodge their complaints.This would cost the governmnet 92 lakh 20 thousand 560 rupees.