Inspector General of Police Punjab Inam Ghani said that eradicating crime by improving the investigation system and speeding up the process of providing justice to the citizens is one of the top priorities of Punjab Police.
He further said that with the close cooperation of other institutions including the police and the prosecution, the system of investigation as well as professional matters was improving and the process of solving the problems of the citizens was gradually accelerating along with the eradication of crime. He expressed these views while meeting a delegation of the Justice System Support Program (JSSP) of the British High Commission at the Central Police Office here today. During the meeting, they discussed the ongoing initiatives and efforts under the “Rule of Law Reform” program.
The Justice System Support Program (JSSP) officials said that the Justice System Support Program for the Improvement of the Criminal Justice System (JSSP) has been working with the police, prosecution, prisons and the judiciary under the “Rule of Law Reform” program. While working with the support of the British High Commission, the program aims to improve the criminal justice system and investigative system, they said, adding that the Punjab Police would enhance modern knowledge and skills to prevent crime and upgrade the investigation system is welcome step and the Justice System Support Program (JSSP) will continue to enhance information sharing and professional cooperation with the Punjab Police in the future especially in promoting the use of forensic science in the field of investigation.