Police commence house workers, tenants’ registration drive

April 15, 2024
Police officials checking vehicles at a checkpoint in Islamabad on March 11, 2024. — Facebook/Islamabad Police

Islamabad:Islamabad police launched a door-to-door campaign "Knock the Door" to register house workers and tenants to improve safety and prevent crime.


The officers from the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of Islamabad collected data on 242 house servants across 520 houses within Khanna and Bani Gala police station areas, a police spokesperson said on Sunday.

The registration drive is part of an effort to maintain law and order in the capital and keep a check on potentially dangerous individuals by gathering information on tenants and domestic workers, the police aimed to reduce the risk of theft and other crimes committed by people posing as ordinary citizens. The police teams visited various neighbourhoods to gather data and talk to residents about any challenges they face.