RAB Head quarters, Ashkona, Uttara, Dhaka
AuthorSinthee, Aleya Farah
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From a bird's eye view of the present crime scenario of Bangladesh, one wouldn’t require a keen pair of eyes to call it pathetic in one word. The mechanism and dynamics of crime are spreading briskly like wildfire. Various law enforcing agencies like Police, Ansar and VDP are losing their breath trying to cope with such level of crime in our country. They have failed on many occasions in discharging their duties alone as a single agency. Their failure has supposedly led them to put on a veil of apathy towards helping the mass people. This has resulted in low confidence and even lower reliance of mass people on these agencies. This apathy and lack of reliance has burnt the bridge of trust between the protectors and the protected. In order to fight this situation, an urge has come about which necessitates the blending of different agencies together. This is where the idea of a composite elite force has risen up to reinstate that bridge of confidence and trust.