Cox's Bazar police launched a helpdesk on Monday, December 2 to provide visitors with directions or answers to whatever questions they may have, and to guide them in whatever services they may need.
Cox's Bazar Superintendent of Police (SP), ABM Masud Hossain inaugurated the service at city's Sugandha Point.
The SP said that sincerity is needed to keep Cox's Bazar's traffic manageable, and cordial assistance is needed from everyone to make being in the city enjoyable. He requested tourists and local people to adhere to the designated one-way streets in the city.
SP Masud Hossain told the local police that vacationers make up a significant part of the population of any tourism area.
"Cox's Bazaar as a world-renowned tourist spot has no peak or off seasons because tourists come here all the year round. However, there is a spike in their numbers during the fall season, raising traffic related issues and complaints. Therefore, it is important to make sure that no one returns from the beach city with unpleasant memories," said Masud.
Additional Superintendent of Police (Administration), Iqbal Hossain said that tourists coming to Cox's Bazar will get all kinds of assistance from the help desk at Sugandha Point. The members of the Cox's Bazar District Police will provide this service by working in shifts.
Additional Superintendent of Police (Administration) Md Iqbal Hossain, Additional Superintendent of Police (Headquarters) Rezwan Ahmed, Additional Superintendent of Police (Central Circle) Adibul Islam, Senior Assistant
Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Babul Chandra Banik, Cox's Bazar Sadar Model Police Station Officer in-charge (OC) Shahjahan Kabir, OC (investigation) Md. Khairuzzaman and Assistant General Manager (AGM) of Hotel The Cox Today, Abu Talib Shah were present at the inauguration.