Wardens Trained by Turkish Police

Sep 29, 2017

LAHORE: The Turkish police officials imparted training on Thursday to the traffic wardens in new techniques to handle traffic on busy roads of the city.

According to a press release, some 34 traffic wardens took part in the on-road training.

Turkish Superintendent of Police Muslim Apadeen delivered 13 lectures to the traffic wardens on various roads of the city.

During practical demonstration on the roads, the officer apprised the wardens of the strategies to clear roads during rush hours and meet challenges during crisis. He also shared some useful information to deal with the traffic volume and increasing flow of the traffic on major city roads.

Meanwhile, addressing at a seminar titled “Trained drivers, safe roads” at a local hotel, Chief Traffic Officer Rai Ijaz sensitised the trained wardens about the significance of traffic rules.

He said under the initiative four new driving schools would be functional soon in collaboration with the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta).

(Daily Dawn)