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Monitoring system at police stations launched

By Our crime correspondent
March 02, 2022

Islamabad: Islamabad Capital Territory Police have introduced some new mechanisms embracing latest technology to ensure effective monitoring at police stations.

Inspector General of Police (Islamabad) Muhammad Ahsan Younus took steps to for effective policing, following digital Pakistan policy of Prime Minister Imran Khan, said its spokesman on Tuesday.

He said the new measures were taken to bring transparency in the department, besides changing the behavior of the staff deputed at police stations.

To avoid delay in police services, the spokesman said Qmatic Machines were installed at entrance of police stations ensuring ‘first come -first serve’.

The citizens may get a Qmatic slip after selecting service and entering cell number, he added.

The feedback through call and SMS of all citizens visiting police station would be received based on independent data available through Qmatic.

Similarly, he said audiovisual cameras in all front desks of all police stations were set up to ensure transparency- live monitoring and recording available at Safe City.

Cameras in SHO offices were installed for ensuring their presence from 3 to 5 p.m. daily and record of visitors meetings.