DIG Safe City assures to improve vigilance in markets, industrial areas.

ISLAMABAD -- Deputy Inspector General Safe City Islamabad Police, Rommel Akram said that the vigilance for the business community would be further improved by connecting cameras installed in commercial areas and markets with the Safe City Project to ensure high vigilance and improved security in the city.

He said this while addressing the business community during his visit to the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI), said a press release issued here on Friday.

Rommel Akram said that the installation of more cameras would increase the coverage of key locations and help to improve law and order situations in the city.

He said that the safe city project regulates the different domains of the security of the city by installing security cameras at different designated locations to ensure 24/7 surveillance of the city.

He said that there were many facial recognition security cameras installed at different hotspot points in the city.

An Eagle Squad has been established to ensure continuous patrolling in the city adding that community policing would be encouraged to increase the participation of the community in public safety initiatives.

Islamabad Police was promoting traffic and safe city education in schools to raise awareness about traffic rules and the safety of citizens.

He further said that the Islamabad Police intends to promote student policing to control the menace of drugs among the young generation and counter its handlers and suppliers in the city.

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