IG for computerization of warehouses in Punjab soon

Staff Reporter

Inspector General of Police Punjab Inam Ghani said that computerization of warehouses is a very important project in terms of modern policing which should be completed as soon as possible under the supervision of DIG IT and test run of modern software for warehousing computerization should be started in next 15 days.

He further said that with the help of this modern software, there would be more transparency and improvement in the affairs of the treasuries and their monitoring, therefore it should be made functional as soon as possible and handed over to the districts.

He further said that the DIG legal should prepare a comprehensive standing order on departmental matters relating to treasuries and send it to the R&D branch which would include details of proposals and amendments covering all aspects.

He further said that DIG Telecommunication, in its proposed standing order, should include a clear strategy on the use of petrol in police vehicles through newly issued official fuel cards while confirming SMS on disposal of petrol allotted for police vehicles should also be sent to the said officer in order to ensure effective monitoring of all transactions in this regard.

He expressed these views while giving instructions to the officers while presiding over a high level meeting held at the Central Police Office here on Friday. During the meeting, standing orders of Punjab Police and SOPs were discussed in detail.

During the meeting, the officers briefed about the standing orders related to their respective departments.

Giving instructions, IG Punjab further said that each branch of Central Police Office should combine its various standing orders and form a comprehensive standing order in which all departmental matters are well covered while all the branches should send their suggestions and details to the R&D branch if they want to make amendments or add suggestions in standing orders.

He further said that all the newly issued standing orders of Punjab Police should be compiled in the form of a book while the supervisory officers should ensure implementation and monitoring of the instructions given in all the standing orders.

He further added that the purpose of the Standing Orders is to improve the efficient conduct of professional affairs, General Policing and Public Service Delivery.

Therefore, their full compliance should be ensured in all cases. Additional IG Establishment Ali Amir Malik, Addl IG Logistics Shahid Hanif, Additional IG Welfare & Finance Muhammad Farooq Mazhar, Additional IG Training Kanwar Shahrukh, CCPO Lahore Ghulam Mehmood Dogar, Additional IG Operations Sahibzada Shehzad Sultan, DIG R&D Shahid Javed, DIG Establishment Maqsood Al Hassan, DIG Legal Dr. Moin Masood, DIG IAB Yousuf Malik, DIG Crimes / Investigation Sharaq Kamal Siddiqui and other officers were also present in the meeting.

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