Islamabad - Senior Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Malik Matloob Ahmed has said that Islamabad Traffic Police is endeavouring to ensure safe road environment in the city by educating road-users about traffic rules.

In his interaction with delegation of Rotray Club here yesterday, the SSP said that education teams of ITP visit various educational institutions, governmental and non-governmental organisations to deliver lectures about road safety. He said that education campaigns are also launched for the road-users to ensure better road sense amongst them. Implementation on traffic rules also ensures smooth flow of traffic, the SSP said adding that action will remain continue against the violators of rules especially one-wheelers. A 25-member delegation led by President Rotray Club Naeem Murtaza was briefed by the SSP about functioning of traffic police and one-window licensing operation.  Station Director ITP’s FM Radio Ayesha Jameel briefed the delegation about functioning of the radio channel.

Meanwhile, Islamabad police have operationalised police communication system having the complete data of daily registered crime cases, record of criminals from the day of their arrest and release, and departmental history of all police officials and employees.

The system – Islamabad Capital Territory Police Communication System (ICTPOLCOM) – has been completed in only 47 days, said the police officials. The IGP Islamabad formally reviewed this system on Tuesday in a meeting which was also attended among others by AIG (General) Nisar Ahmed Khan Tanoli, SP Aamir Khan Niazi and Director IT Saleem Raza Sheikh.

The complete data of police stations with effect from January 1, 2016 has been inserted in this system while further record is being updated.  IGP Islamabad has said this is modern system in policing history of Pakistan and it would have complete data of daily registered crime cases, record of criminals from the day of their arrest and release and departmental history of all police officials and employees.

On daily basis, the data of each police station is being incorporated while senior police officials can access this data round the clock even on their smart phones, laptops and personal computers.

This system has complete security features and anyone trying to access it wrongly would be traced through generation of a computerized message.

The IGP Islamabad directed the relevant authorities to train the officers not using this system and acquaint them very well about this modern technique. He said this system would be very helpful for effective policing and any reported deficiency in this system would be tackled.