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Study visit of trainee ASPs of 47th Specialized Training Program to Central Police Office

Lahore, February 02, 2021 (PPI-OT): Inspector General of Police Punjab Inam Ghani has said that the role of supervisory officers is of key importance in making the police force more professionally strong and functional. Therefore, the young officers should follow the high professional standards of public service and modern community policing and make it your motto and make the best use of all your mental, intellectual and professional abilities to eradicate crime from the society and further improve service delivery.

He added that posting in challenging positions at the beginning of your career should be preferred so that your grooming process can be improved and you may better deal with future professional difficulties and ups and downs. He further said that with the open door policy, instead of becoming officers, they should serve the citizens and provide them justice and convenience while the subordinate forces should be treated with gentleness, politeness and good manners so that they too can address public issues with sincerity and sense of responsibility.

He further said that the Punjab Police is shifting its focus from operational duties to investigation duties in order to speed up the eradication of crime by binding the culprits. He expressed these views while addressing the ASPs participating in the 47th Specialized Training Program at the Central Police Office here today. The specialized training program delegation from National Police Academy, Islamabad included 18 trainee officers including 3 female ASPs.

Briefing the delegation about the working and operational procedures of Punjab Police, Additional IG Operations Sahibzada Shehzad Sultan said that Punjab Police is working day and night to control crime not only in accordance with the principles of efficient use of modern information technology and modern policing but also the delivery of facilities to the citizens is being improved day by day through service delivery projects.

The delegation members were shown a documentary on police service centers, service counters and other modern projects and operational procedures of Punjab Police. The trainee officers also visited 8787 IGP Complaint Center, Monitoring and Control Room and other departments and got detailed information about the law and order situation in Punjab and the challenges faced.

IG Punjab while answering the questions of ASPs further said that in order to improve the affairs of the police stations, the ASPs should ensure self-supervision of all matters while also paying attention to modern training courses to enhance their capacity so that they can be deployed in any part of the country. IG Punjab urged the trainee officers to make sincere efforts for the attainment of public service by setting goals and priorities as per the requirements of their profession and the path of career advancement would automatically open up for them.

Additional IG Establishment Azhar Hameed Khokhar, Additional IG PHP Shahid Hanif, Additional IG Logistics and Procurement Ali Amir Malik, Additional IG Training Kanwar Shahrukh, Additional IG Investigation Fayyaz Ahmed Dev, Additional IG Operations Sahibzada Shehzad Sultan, DIG Special Branch Abdul Karim, DIG Legal Jawad Ahmed Dogar, DIG Training Dr. Suleiman Sultan Rana, DIG Operations Sohail Akhtar Sukhera, DIG Headquarters Shahzada Sultan DIG IT Waqas Nazir and AIG Operations Ghazi Salahuddin along with other officers were also present who gave important instructions to the young officers based on their experiences. Honorary souvenirs were also exchanged between IG Punjab Inam Ghani and the delegation at the end of the visit.

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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