Police reforms implemented, claims IGP

Our Correspondent
Saturday, Jun 15, 2024

LAHORE: Inspector General Police Punjab Dr Usman Anwar has said that police working has been shifted from traditional to modern policing model with the effective use of modern technology, New Safe Cities projects are being rapidly completed in several districts which will further improve crime control, traffic management and monitoring of sensitive areas, surveillance and community policing initiatives.

IG Punjab Dr Usman Anwar shared that modern reforms have been implemented. IG Punjab expressed these views during his conversation with officers undergoing the 40th Mid-Career Management Course on their visit of Central Police Office.

The delegation from the National Institute of Management Quetta included officers from the Pakistan Administrative Service, Inland Revenue Services, Police Service of Pakistan, Railways, and provincial services of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan, among other institutions.

IGP briefed the officers on recent modern reforms in the Punjab Police and answered various questions posed by the officers.

Rs1.8m released for cops’ families: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Dr Usman Anwar has released an additional Rs1.8 million for medical treatment of personnel stationed in various districts, including Lahore.

According to the details, Muhammad Hashim, a ghazi official from Dera Ghazi Khan, has been given Rs0.5 million for treatment of paralysis.