PSCA a game changer in Pakistan Police: UN delegation


Amraiz Khan

Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) has proved to be a game changer in science of policing in Pakistan. Lahore’s rating in world crime index has improved a lot due to PSCA. Said a senior delegation of United Nations during its visit to PSCA on Thursday.
The 14-member delegation includes officers from UN department of Safety and Security, UNICEF, World health organization, International Labor Organization, International Organization for Migration, UN Women, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, UNESCO, UN Development Program and UNFPA.
The delegation was received and briefed by Chief Administration Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan and they were led to various sections of the authority. CAO PSCA briefed the delegation regarding provision of electronic data evidence and footages to various LEAs in addition to investigative wings of Police. UN representatives expressed keen interest in the modern policing system and said that the project has proved to be a real game changer for science of policing in Pakistan.
Speaking on the occasion, the delegation’s chief said that the Safe City project clearly improved Lahore’s safety index as per international standards. The authority is taking excellent steps to make Punjab a safer and smart province. PSCA is essential project for law enforcement and traffic management.
The project has significantly improved the flow of traffic and the implementation of laws in the city, added the delegates. The Delegation expressed awe and satisfaction on the authority’s capability to record and produce geo-positioning data and tagging of vehicles within the metropolis by the virtue of ANPR technology and a geo-strategic grid of capacitated CCTV cameras.

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