Capital Police committed to eradicate crime from city



The Eagle Squad of Islamabad Capital Police is playing a vital role in crime prevention from the city, during the last

24 hours Eagle squad checked a total of 11,105 suspicious persons, motorcycles and vehicles, a police public relations officer said.

He said that, following the special directions of the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Dr Akbar Nasir Khan, the Eagle Squad is working under a safe city Islamabad centralized system, which is deployed in different areas of the city for patrolling and crime prevention.

During the last 24 hours, the Eagle Squad checked a total of 1150 pedestrians, 3250 motorcycles and 2595 vehicles during special and snap checking out of which 80 suspicious persons, 915 motorcycles and 700 vehicles were impounded at various police stations.

Eagle Squad also ensured the arrest of the numerous accused involved in mobile snatching and heinous crimes. The Eagle squad also removed tinted glasses from 550 vehicles, and took stern legal action against 415 vehicles and 1150 motorcycles over non-registration and fancy number plates.

Islamabad Capital Police is taking all out efforts to curb the crime from the city. “Safety and security of the citizens is our prime responsibility and no stone would be unturned to save the lives and property of the citizens”.