Lahore, March 08, 2016 (PPI-OT):In order to observe transparency in postings, transfers, promotions and accountability in Punjab police across the board, the human resource management process will be completed by April 08, 2016 and all field officers will be bound to complete the data entry process before this dead line.
This was decided by Inspector General of Police Punjab, Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera, while addressing RPO/ DPO video conference at Central Police Office, Lahore today. Addl: IGP Establishment Punjab, Dr. Arif Mushtaq, Addl: IGP Operations Punjab, Capt. (R), Arif Nawaz, Addl: IGP Welfare and Finance, Sohail Khan, Addl: IGP PHP, Amjad Javaid Saleemi, Addl: IGP Training, Capt (R) Usman Khattak, Addl: IGP Special Branch Punjab, Faisal Shahkar, RPO Gujranwala, Muhammad Tahir, DIG Headquarters, B.A Nasir, DIG Establishment-I, Azhar Hameed Khokhar, DIG Establishment-II, Salman Chaudhry, DIG I.T, Shahid Hanif, DIG R and D, Muhammad Ishaq, Deputy Commandant, Punjab Constabulary, Abu Bakar Khuda Bakhsh, AIG Finance, Hussain Habib Imtiaz, AIG Operations, Ahsan Younas, AIG Logistics, Humayun Bashir Tarar, AIG Legal, Kamran Adil, SSP M.T, Rana Abdul Jabbar and other senior officers were also present in the conference.
On this occasion, IGP was briefed that 72 of Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) and 150 Punjab Police’s data entry operators are already on board for the completion of this project, whereas, Lahore and Gujranwala regions have already completed the task, IGP was told.
It was also decided that before entering the data of the officers and officials into the system, it will be verified from the officers at three levels. IGP told the officers that all required assistance in this regard by the field officers will be provided but there will be no compromise on dead line of 08th April.
The conference also decided that 1/4 deployment must be ensured during patrolling and pickets in future. It was also decided that the use of helmet and bullet proof jackets will be compulsory for all this deployment. While reviewing the performance of the homicide unit’s officers, it was decided that all those will be transferred whose performance is not up to the mark.
IGP also took serious notice of media reports regarding traffic police officials who indulged in extortion, has directed the field officers to directly monitor the performance of the traffic police officers so that the flow of traffic would be maintained in big cities and secure the people from the high handedness of the traffic police.
The conference also decided to take strict action and starting a crackdown against the sellers of the strings and kites across Punjab so that the valuable lives could be secured. Security of the schools, courts and media houses was also reviewed in the conference and all field officers were directed to ensure the strict implementation on already issued SOPs in this regard.
For more information, contact:
Punjab Police Computer Bureau,
5th Floor, Central Police Office (CPO),
Tel: +92-42-99213019, +92-42-99213013