Islamabad police to launch performance monitoring system

January 18, 2020

Islamabad : Islamabad police have decided to launch performance monitoring system for officials performing duties at police stations, circles or zones in order to ensure effective policing and...

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Islamabad : Islamabad police have decided to launch performance monitoring system for officials performing duties at police stations, circles or zones in order to ensure effective policing and better services to the citizens.

The decision to this effect was made in a meeting here at Central Police Office held to review the crime situation in the city. The meeting presided over by the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar was attended by DIG (Operations), DG Safe City, AIG (Special Branch), all SSPs, Zonal SPs, Sub-Divisional Police Officers and officers from Model Sub-Division.

The meeting decided to appoint Station House Officers (SHOs) at police stations on performance basis, which will be regularly monitored. Those involved in dereliction of duties would have to face disciplinary action and to be removed from the post.

All SPs and SDPOs would check and ensure completion of entries at all registers (register 1 to register 24) in police stations while DIGs would conduct inspection of all police stations on weekly basis.

Zonal SPs and SDPOs would improve the patrolling system in their respective areas and to erect mobile pickets in various timings. The performas were given to SPs and SDPOs for checking performance which would be monitored regularly. The officers would conduct monitoring of duties assigned to police officials while SPs would rush to the venue in case of any mishap or untoward incident in their respective areas.

The IGP directed all police officials to ensure effective crackdown against proclaimed offenders, courts absconders and professional alm-seekers.



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