According to the order, it has been reported that certain criminals, anti-social elements or terrorists, inimical to India may pose a threat to the safety of people in the capital.
Daily diaries feature details of the cases registered at a police station, complaints received and the arrests made by the staff of a police station.
Shrivastava met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla in Parliament. The meeting between them lasted for an hour.
Shrivastava, a 1985-batch IPS officer, was appointed as the special commissioner (Law and Order) of Delhi Police this week, as the force struggled to contain the communal violence.