Peshawar—Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak in a meeting with Chief Executive Scottish police authority and assistant Chief Constable Malcolm Grahm during his visit to Scotland here today said that KP Police was now working on professional lines.
Police stood depoliticized with financial and administrative autonomy and its operational policing, investigative policing and prosecution compatible to any professional police force.
This he stated during his visit to police Scotland College Campus, Tulliallan, Scottish crime campus in Gartcosh. The chief Minister was accompanied by Mr. Salahuddin Additional IG, CTD and Special Branch, Mr. Adil Sadiq DG Prosecution, Fayyaz Toru Ex-IGP, Principal Secretary to CM Muhammad Israr and representatives of British High Commission MS. Susan Lough head and Mr. Albert.
The Scottish Police head gave a brief presentation and assured KP government support in capacity building, development of curricula, on job trainings, model police station development and learning of experience.
The Chief Minister was for learning from each other in different areas including counter terrorism, prosecution and forensic studies. The police academy head took the Chief Minister to various specialized departments of the academy. They also appreciated the new police ordinance introduced by KP government.
The Chief Minister was briefed about the changing Scotlands demand and public services, the financial constraints, the reforms, the strategic planning, the identifying and integrating best practices, the enhancing transformational capacity, performance and risk, improving structure, resources, utilization, productivity and efficiency, the Scottish policing priorities including prevention, public safety, collaborative working, localism, accountability and adaptability and the futuristic working of policing.