Karachi, March 27, 2019 (PPI-OT):The Government of Sindh considering the recommendations of IGP Sindh Dr. Kaleem Imam has approved introduction of new uniforms for Sindh Police to exhibit the perception of better policing amongst the citizens. IGP Sindh stated that the prime reason behind the changing of uniforms is to enhance the policing process and to bring it up to international standards, it will surely have a fruitful result in exhibiting perception of improved policing amongst the citizens. He hopes that citizens will welcome and appreciate this replacement.
DIGP Operations Sindh Mr. Maqsood Ahmed briefed on the occasion that the new uniform is designed in accordance to the latest international standards, local weather conditions and improved quality. Sindh Police will be the sole provider of the new police uniforms to ensure the quality of fabric, colour and stitching, local suppliers and vendors will not be allowed to display the new uniform in their outlets.
As per details, the uniform will initially be introduced in five units of Sindh Police including Traffic Police, C.I.A, Anti-riots Reserve Platoons, Forensic Division Sindh and Central Police Office. Four uniforms for each personnel per annum will be recommended in the next financial year. Police uniforms displayed at Central Police Office for the Traffic Police officers include white shirt, navy blue pant and navy blue p-cap, whilst, uniform of traffic police personnel consist of half-sleeve white t-shirt, navy blue pant and navy blue p-cap.
Similarly, uniforms of officers of Central Police Office and other police units will consist of dark blue shirt, navy blue pant and navy blue p-cap. The uniform of constables and head constables will include dark blue half-sleeve shirt, navy blue pant and navy blue p-cap. Whilst, belt width has also been reduced to 2”inches. It will increase the morale of the police officials having same quality of uniforms in all ranks. New uniforms will be factory stitched on international standards; they will be comfortable and weather friendly.
For more information, contact:
Inspector General of Police, Sindh