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February 9, 2018

Police start projects with Turkish help: IG


February 9, 2018

LAHORE: Inspector General of Police, Punjab, Arif Nawaz Khan has said the intelligence system of Punjab Police equipped with modern technology is in accordance with the contemporary age while new projects with the assistance of Turkey and other countries are being started for efficient use of IT technology. He said that Turkish police experts imparted best training to Dolphin Force and Anti-Riot Force Squad. He expressed these views while talking to a three-member delegation from Turkey. Cyber Crime Investigation chief DIG Kareem Altyp, Haci Osman and Talip Can were in the meeting. They discussed enhancement of cooperation in professional and intelligence system.

Punjab Special Branch Additional IG Faisal Shahkar to the IG that, during their visit to Pakistan, the Turkish delegates had met the officers of CTD Headquarters, Special Branch and Safe City Project IC3 and analysed the intelligence and IT system of Punjab Police. He said the Turkish experts would share their suggestions for betterment of the system very soon. The IG hoped that the suggestions by the Turkish experts would be helpful in upgrade of the intelligence system of Punjab Police.

promoted: A departmental promotion session for the promotion of traffic wardens to the rank of senior traffic wardens was held at CPO.

After assessing the cases of traffic wardens based on seniority and good performance and good record meeting merit of promotion, the promotion of 150 traffic wardens to designation of senior traffic wardens was approved. Among those whose promotion was approved, 47 are from Lahore, 57 from Rawalpindi, 25 Faisalabad, 9 from Multan and 12 from Gujranwala.

56 gangs busted: SSP Investigation Mubashar Maken claimed to have arrested 135 members of 56 gangs involved in street crimes and murder.

Police also recovered loot and cash worth Rs 10.88 million from their custody. As many as 446 cases against them were traced.

copyright violator: A team of Corporate Crime Circle of FIA Thursday raided a store in Badami Bagh and recovered copy rights violated material. Corporate Crime Circle (CCC) Deputy Director Jameel Ahmed Khan Mayo said the team following a lead raided a storeroom of M/s Awami Bearing Store in Badami Bagh. Some 1,100 turbo fake bearings were recovered in violation of copy rights of a local company. The team arrested the accused identified as Muhammad Shahid and registered a case against him.

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