Police reforms discussed

Asian American Congress Chairman Qasim Majeed Bajwa led his team to a meeting with Addl IG Training Tariq Masood Yaseen at Central Police Office Friday. Police reforms came under discussion during the meeting. According to a press release, the senior policeman told the visiting team about the reforms brought in to better basic recruit course of Punjab Police including semester system, IT, legal studies and awareness. Qasim Majeed lauded the Punjab Police for brining in IT reforms and hoped that inclusion of new modules in training courses of Punjab Police will prove a professionally more stabilized force. Also, the IGP chaired a meeting at Central Police Office. CCPO  Amin Wains, DIGs Shehzada Sultan, Ali Amir Malik, Shariq Kamal Siddiqui, SSP Rana Ayaz Saleem, AIG Ahsan Younas, SSP Athar Waheed and other senior officials attended the meeting. Speaking on the occasion, the top cop laid stress on adopting modern measures to curb crimes.  In the meeting, different objects related to national police summit and Islamabad expo ware discussed. The IGP has said that without help of modern technology, the acquisition of smart and community policy is not possible so that for better service and facilitation of public Punjab police may further take initiatives of IT projects and take steps for more improvement of other already existing projects.

Honouring ex-policeman

A ceremony has been arranged in the honour of a retired police official of Discipline and Inspection branch at CCPO office, a press release said Friday.  SSP Discipline and Inspection Tariq Aziz was the chief guest. Speaking on the occasion,  he said that such event were being held on the directives of CCPO Muhammad Amin Wains as a gesture to honour their lifelong service. “This is basic right of a retired police official for farewell party who serve the public from 30 to 40 years. This retired Police official will also be the part of Lahore Police through 111 Intelligence system, he said adding that the facility of concession education and free medical would be provided to his children. Lahore Police will take care of his all basic necessities of life even after retirement of their cops, he added.