IGP asks police to represent IT projects at Police Summit and Expo

Feb 03, 2018

LAHORE: Inspector General of Police Punjab Captain (retd) Arif Nawaz Khan has asked the Punjab Police to represent its ‘IT projects and innovative reforms of working system in the forthcoming National Police Summit and Expo being held in Islamabad and ensure sharing with other provisional police departments and intelligence agencies.

He also said various projects of better service delivery which Punjab Police has started in previous years including Front desk, Complaint Management System, Human Resource Management System, Welfare Eye, Local eye, Criminal Record Management System, SPU, PERU, Anti Riot Force and paperless working must be displayed at National Police Summit and Expo. He also emphasized upon showcasing and providing all information at Expo.

This was stated by Inspector General of Police Punjab at a high level meeting held at Central Police Office, Lahore, on Friday. CCPO Lahore, Captain (retd) Muhammad Amin Wains, DIG Discipline and Inspection, Shehzada Sultan, DIG Safe City Project, Ali Amir Malik, DIG IT, Shariq Kamal Siddiqui, SSP Admin: Lahore, Rana Ayaz Saleem, AIG Development, Ahsan Younas, SSP Headquarters Traffic Punjab, Athar Waheed, Director Computer Bureau, Shaheen Khalid and other officers were also present on this occasion.

DIG Shehzada Sultan informed the IG while briefing that a delegation of Punjab police for attending National Police  Summit and Expo is ready and Punjab Police will set up their stall for providing information and awareness to participants about software that were made with help of PITB

He further said that police forces from all provinces of Pakistan, Azad Kashmir police and other law-enforcement   agencies will also participate in expo and will provide information about their IT reforms in working system. In the meeting, different objects related to national police summit and expo were discussed in the session.

Speaking on the occasion, the IGP said that without the help of modern technology, the acquisition of smart and community policy is not possible so that for better service and facilitation of public, Punjab police should take further initiatives of IT projects.

(The Business)