ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Islamabad Police have tightened security around 15 police stations of the Capital, Rescue 15, Islamabad Traffic Police Headquarters, Police Line headquarters and offices of Inspector General of Police, Chief Commissioner and SSP (Operations). After an intensive blast at Rescue 15 office near Plaza Chowk on Fatima Jinnah Avenue in Lahore on Wednesday which claimed several precious lives, Islamabad Police decided to take further elaborate security measures. Police spokesman said security has been enhanced and every possible effort is being made to secure the police offices as well as police stations. He said that barbed wires, barricades and sandbags were already placed around police stations while security walls have been also erected around main police stations. Police deployment outside the police stations and other important installations has been also enhanced and stringent measures are being taken to avoid any untoward incident. A high police official said that complainant can access to police stations after showing their identification cards. To a question, he said police department has the objective to serve the people. No restriction has been made on the visitors as the police is always ready to serve them. Meanwhile, police sources said that a high level meeting at the office of Chief Commissioner was held. The meeting was attended by the Deputy Commissioner Islamabad and other officials. Law and order situation was also discussed in the meeting and it was decided to take elaborate security measures to thwart any untoward incident. Few reports also circulated in the city on Wednesday regarding the arrest of few suspected terrorists but police spokesman did not confirm these arrests. Following the deadly attack in police emergency response building in Lahore, the Rawalpindi Administration has ordered the law enforcing agencies to be high alert for providing additional security to sensitive places, markets, worship places and other busiest areas of the city. City Police Officer (CPO), Rao Iqbal told this agency that directives have been given to police and law enforcing agencies, to be high alert to control the law and order situation. He said the security agencies have been asked to ensure checking of vehicles and suspected persons on the entry and exit points of Rawalpindi and monitor through security cameras at important places, buildings, roundabouts, bus stands, airports, railway stations while give additional security in worship places. The CPO further said that police have also been directed to keep an eye on suspected people and search operation against the culprits are already underway. He said that senior and deputy superintendents of police and station house officers of Rawalpindi had been asked to patrol their respective jurisdictions. Special arrangements have been made for security of Pirwadhai, Peshawar Road and Soan bus stations and in this regard the traffic and city police are working jointly to ensure security of the public. Meanwhile, security has been beefed up at IDPs camp in order to prevent the influx of militants in the form of displaced persons. Private TV channel quoting police sources repots security has been tightened after arrest of three terrorists from Takht Bhai and Mardan camps. Women police would also be deployed at relief camps.