ISLAMABAD The Islamabad Police have established a designated cell for registering cases pertaining to human rights violations, which will also involve prominent lawyers and other personalities to deliver lectures to cops on the subject. Senior Superintendent of Islamabad Police (SSP) Tahir Alam Khan said that a Human Rights Cell has been established at his office and SP (Legal) Javed Iqbal Khatytak would supervise it. SSP issued special directives to all investigation officers to avoid violation of human rights and adopt modern techniques during the investigation from nabbed accused. He said that Islamabad police was holding the seminars for change in police culture. People have been asked to lodge their complaints at landline number (051-9261083) or forward email at ssp.ict@islamabadpolice.gov.pk. A senior official said that a team has also been constituted under the supervision of DSP Security, Altaf Aziz Khattak, which would conduct visits to the police pickets and brief the personnel for adopting polite attitude with the citizens. The SSP also held meetings with the Sub-Divisional Police Officers and Station House Officers directing them to ensure friendly policing in the city and ensure protection to the rights of the citizens. As a result, Deputy Superintendent of Police and Station House Officers directed the personnel from the ranks of Constable to Inspector to adopt courteous attitude and avoid violation of human rights. It has been also directed not to detain any person without registering the case. Policemen and officers have been also warned of facing stern disciplinary action in case of any violation of human rights and torture.