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Our correspondent
Thursday, June 06, 2013
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Islamabad

 

The Islamabad Police have arranged a summer school for children at the Police Lines with an objective to enhance liaison with the community through friendly measures.

 

The summer school would have two sessions — morning and evening — for the children between 4 and 16. Children are being given admission in basic computer learning, swimming, horse riding, martial arts and other courses. Pick and drop facility will be provided to the participants by the Islamabad Police throughout the forty-day camp.

 

The officials of Islamabad Police will impart training to children and the best performers will be given prizes at the end of the summer school. Those willing to attend these courses can contact on 0333-5169205, 051-9258371-Ext-139.

 

DIG (Headquarters) Khalid Khattak and SSP Headquarters Sajid Kiyani formally inaugurated the summer school and said they got very good response in such summer camps previously and the same standard would be maintained in future.

 

The DIG (Headquarters) said the aim of holding such camp in police vicinity is to bridge the police-public gap. He said that the Islamabad Police is striving to strengthen police-community relations and also to acquaint children with the police working.

 

He said that SSP (Headquarters) Sajid Kiayni has endeavoured a lot to ensure success of this programme and quality training to participating children during it. The SSP (Headquarters) said Islamabad Police is role model for other law enforcement agencies and those children participating in this summer camp would remember it for whole life.

 

Meanwhile, a small and graceful ceremony was held at Policeline Headquarters in the honour of SP Yar Muhammad who got retired from Islamabad police. The DIG (Headquarters) also appreciated services of retiring official of Islamabad Police.