Islamabad police would address critical security concerns in markets as well as public parks and review the proposal for the installation of surveillance cameras there.
In a recent gathering, CPO Safe City/Traffic ShoaibJanbaz met with IT experts from the Islamabad Capital Police and officials from the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to address critical security concerns in public parks and markets.
The primary focus was on the efficient identification of stolen or lost mobile phones using IMEI numbers. According to the police spokesperson, the meetings objectives encompassed devising robust strategies to trace mobile phones linked to thefts and criminal activities through IMEI numbers, alongside revamping outdated recording systems.
Notably, the IT experts emphasized their ability to differentiate between original and altered IMEI numbers, even if an individual attempts to change it and use the device elsewhere.
During the meeting, CDA officials underscored the necessity of collaboration with Islamabad Capital Police to modernize public parks.
Suggestions included the installation of surveillance cameras in public parks, market areas, and both internal and external roads.—APP