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After success of pilot project Punjab Police to hire civilian Information Technology oriented boys and girls for the project

Lahore, December 23, 2015 (PPI-OT): In order to provide a friendly environment in police stations to the complainants, to create the soft image of the police and after the success of pilot project already launched in 10 police stations of Lahore, the decision to replicate this project in 141 police stations of five districts including Lahore, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad and Multan.

This was decided by Inspector General of Police Punjab, Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera while presiding over a high level meeting held at Central Police Office, Lahore today. Addl: IGP Operations / Investigations, Capt. (R) Arif Nawaz, Addl: IGP Welfare and Finance, Sohail Khan, DIG Headquarters, Farooq Mazhar, DIG Welfare, Jan Muhammad, DIG I.T, Shahid Hanif, AIG Operations, Waqar Abbasi, AIG Finance, Hussain Habib Imtiaz, AIG Logistics, Humayun Bashir Tarar, AIG Monitoring, Waqas-ul-Hassan and other senior police officers were also present in the meeting.

It was also decided in a meeting that all civilian I.T oriented boys and girls will be hired through proper channel for this project. Later, the Master Trainers of the police department will also give them 45 days police training. The meeting also reviewed in detail the working of Complaint Handling Centre (CHC) of CPO. It was decided to evolve a comprehensive strategy to stop the lodging of fake FIRs, nomination of innocent people in these FIRs, their arrests and detentions.

The process of the police human resource was also discussed in the meeting and it was decided that it will be completed in phases and first of all the data of Lahore will be completed. The meeting also discussed the various proposals to change the colour of the police uniform. AIG Logistics told the IGP that the samples in this regard will be produced next week.

While discussing the progress of ATM cards to be issued for the widows of police employees to get their scholarships, IGP was told that after the clearance of various banks, these cards will be issued by the end of this month. The meeting also reviewed a proposal to shift all other financial benefits for widows to the system of ATM.

For more information, contact:
Punjab Police
Punjab Police Computer Bureau,
5th Floor, Central Police Office (CPO),
Punjab, Lahore
Tel: +92-42-99213019, +92-42-99213013
Fax: +92-42-99213012
Email: sapcb@punjabpolice.gov.pk
Website: www.punjabpolice.gov.pk

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