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The Islamabad Police will introduce information technology based programmes for its employees to ensure efficient and modern policing



IT-based programmes to be introduced for cops

The Islamabad Police will introduce information technology based programmes for its employees to ensure efficient and modern policing.

It was stated by Inspector General of Police Islamabad Bani-Amin Khan while speaking here at the inaugural ceremony of Islamabad Police Institute of Professional Sciences-IT Wing here at Police Lines Headquarters.

DIG Headquarters Ahmad Mukarram, SSP Headquarters Muhammad Zubair Hashmi and Director IT Saleem Raza along with other officials of Islamabad Police and IT team were also present on the occasion.

The IGP said that employees of Islamabad Police will be equipped with modern techniques and to be imparted IT-based knowledge and training for boosting its efficiency.

He appreciated the efforts of the DIG headquarters as well as his team and further directed that more IT based trainings programme may be launched to improve police image in the eyes of the general public.

The SSP Headquarters informed on the occasion that Islamabad Police would launch different courses of basic, intermediate, advance levels of IT and cyber crime detection through this vital initiative. The director IT briefed that for the first time in Pakistan, Islamabad Police has made all its internal processes computerised; which includes electronic FIRs, driving licence, human resource records, on-line complaint management system and so on.

The IGP said that Islamabad Police is role model for other law enforcement agencies and it will be made further distinctive through introducing IT-based knowledge for its policemen. Information technology has got very much importance for the law enforcers and Islamabad Police will not remain behind and its employees will be imparted modern knowledge for effective policing, the IGP maintained.




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