Islamabad - community centres would be established at police stations to hold debate between senior police officials and community members for strategy about peace and security in society. This was stated by Inspector General of Police Islamabad Sultan Azam Temuri while speaking to Human Rights and community Police Officers in a meeting here at Central Police Office. The meeting was attended among others by SP (City) Ahmed Iqbal.

The IGP said that community and service-oriented policing is the only way to win public confidence and conciliatory committees would be made more effective to bridge the gap between police and people. He said that community policing has three parts.

The first part consists of interaction, the second involves community members raising their issues and the last part entails finding solution to these problems.

IGP said that Islamabad police is committed to serving the people and winning public support through friendly measures. He said that the main purpose of community policing is to monitor the activities around them and inform the police in case of any suspicious activity.

The IGP was of the view that police is utilizing all available resources for protection to the lives and property of citizens and said that cooperation of community is key to it.