CCTV cameras, mikes to be installed at police stations: IGP



Staff Reporter

Islamabad Police have decided to install CCTV cameras and mikes at all police stations which would be used to monitor the response of the cops with the visitors and also attitude with them.

The decision to this effect was made in a meeting chaired by Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil ur Rehman and also attended by DIG (Operations) Afzaal Ahmed Kausar, SSP (Investigation), all Zonal SPs, DSP and SHOs.

The meeting was held to review the security, crime and law and order situation in Islamabad.

The IGP directed all police officials to adopt courteous attitude with people and resolve their complaints on priority basis.

He said that mikes and CCTV cameras were being installed at all police stations which would be monitored through offices of IGP and DIG (Operations).

“The purpose of this step is to check response of policemen with the visitors and to talk with them directly in case of any issue,” he added.

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