DIG urges newly appoint ASPs to promote community policing.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) (Operations) Waqar Uddin Syed Thursday urged the newly appointed Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASPs) in the Federal Capital to promote community policing in their jurisdictions to gain public trust on the force.

Chairing a meeting regarding crime and security situation, here, he directed the police personals to extend liaison with social workers, traders, and notables to strengthen the relation between police and public.

To control the vehicle theft in the city, the DIG directed the in-charge anti-car lifting cell to tighten noose around auto thieves and ensure their arrest besides recovery of stolen vehicles in expedite manner.

'Any complaint regarding delay in lodging First Information Report (FIR) would not be tolerated,' the DIG remarked.

Giving directions about the tracing of missing children in the city, he asked the officials to conduct investigation thoroughly and ensure the cooperation with the parents by providing them psychological support.

He warned...

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