LAHORE - Lahore Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Muhammad Amin Wains has said that qualified computer operators, in addition to community officers, are being posted in 10 police stations of the provincial metropolis to facilitate the public.

“The pilot project has been launched as part of the provincial government’s policy to reform the Thana culture,” the CCPO stated while addressing a meeting at Gulberg police station on Saturday.

The meeting was held to review the progress on the pilot project and senior officers, including AIG (Admin) Hussain Habib and SSP Hassan Mushtaq Sukhera, were also present on this occasion.

Additional-IG Wains further said that the computer operators would work in two shifts to maintain the record of visitors and public complaints. The officers would be available in the police stations round-the-clock to help the citizens, he added.

The Lahore police chief also said that the appointment of admin officers and community officers was yielding positive results and the project would be expanded to all over the Punjab capital after proper evaluation. He urged the community officers to give respect to the citizens visiting the police stations for redressal of the grievances.

The divisional SP was also directed to monitor the working of the police stations included in the pilot project.