(BNA): Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh expressed concern over increasing criminal activities in the capital city, in particular in west part of Kabul, asking Police and National Directorate for Security to review their preventive measures and anti-crime programs. During a meeting with deputy of the NDS Ali Ahmad Asgheri and Kabul Police Chief Said Mohammad Rorshandal, VP Danesh discussed armed robbery and increasing graph of criminal activities in the city, saying providing security to the residents was the main priority of the police and inattention to their working affairs were not acceptable, the statement from the VP office told The Kabul Times daily. The second VP said heads of police districts needed to be appointed based on their capabilities and the police local zones should be equipped enough to tackle the crime in the city. He also said that his office was ready to ease cooperation between police and the people. Meanwhile deputy of NDS and Kabul Police Chief briefed the VP on their works and arresting of criminals, saying Police has arrested many dangerous criminals and robbers and the process would be continued. The Police chief assured the VP that would follow up his instructions in close coordination with other security organs to help reduce the alarming criminal activities in the capital city, the statement added.