Fairfield Police Department officers are known to make mistakes that hurt others.
In 2016, one officer, while on duty in a parking lot, let a dog loose on a dog owner who had a dog.
The dog then ran away.
Another officer in another department let a man run his dog free in a department parking lot.
In both cases, the officer was disciplined, but neither officer was arrested.
The dog was later found dead in the officer’s car.
The department has since made changes to its policies and procedures to ensure officers follow the same standards.
But the department’s chief, K.V. Srivastava, told The Hindu that the department is taking steps to rectify the mistakes.
“We will be taking corrective action for this,” Srivacava said.
In the past, the Fairfield police force has been criticized for being overly strict with dogs.
But in the past few years, Srivas has started to make changes to ensure that the police force treats all animals equally.
The new policies have not gone unnoticed by the animal rights activists.
“Our concerns are not only with dogs but with animals in general,” said Prakash Agarwal, executive director of animal welfare NGO The Animal Rescue Foundation.
“It’s the same with people and their dogs.
I don’t see any need for the police to take a stance on that.
People are entitled to their dogs.”
Srivacavalas chief, in an interview with The Hindu, said he decided to take action after a dog died in a police vehicle.
“I had the opportunity to take an animal in a dangerous condition and the dog did not survive,” Sivacavalhas chief said.
“This incident was a violation of our duty to take care of animals.”
Agarwal said the department had previously issued a directive to officers to make sure they were wearing proper protective gear.
But after hearing the complaints, he decided that the training was not enough.
“My concern is that the dogs are not being used in the right way,” he said.
The Chief of Police told The Hindustan Times that the dog that died had been placed in the police vehicle because it was “a dog that needed to be put in a vehicle to protect it.”
The dog that was killed in the incident is still in the custody of the Fairfields Animal Rescue Society, where it will be euthanized.