PSCA RELEASES IC3 PERFORMANCE REVIEW FOR MAY 2018

08 Jun 2018

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With the compliments of Public Relations Office,
Punjab Safe Cities Authority, Lahore.                                  Handout No.36/Media Manager

PSCA RELEASES IC3 PERFORMANCE REVIEW FOR MAY 2018

387,000 CALLS RECEIVED AT 15 HELPLINE; 36,000 CASES GENERATED
15,000 VISUAL/CCTV OBSERVATIONS REPORTED
LOST & FOUND: FOUND 4 PERSONS, 3 VEHICLES, 99 BIKES
E-DATA: MORE THAN 100 ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE DATA REQUESTS SERVED
FIRS: MORE THAN 40 BOOKED FOR FELONIES
191 SUSPICIOUS PERSONS & 1,401 VEHICLES SCREENED, 105 RALLIES MONITORED

Lahore June 8:

Punjab Safe Cities Authority takes pleasure in sharing its Integrated Command, Control and Communication Center’s (IC3) Performance Review for the month of May 2018.

PPIC3 center served Electronic Data Evidence Acquisition requests initiated by Punjab Police and other LEAs by releasing data pertaining to more than 100 heinous crime cases. The PSCA infamous Lost & Found section also set its mark high this month thereby contributing to the recovery of 4 persons, 99 motor bikes and 3 Auto-Rickshaws.

Authority’s Operations Monitoring Center secured more than 15,000 observations that warranted FIRs in 40 cases and interception of more than 191 suspicious persons by PRU and Dolphin Squad and a thorough probing of 1,401 suspicious vehicles. The OMC employs state of the art CCTV Surveillance Operations through the geo-strategic grid of cameras within the metropolis. More than 105 rallies and protests were monitored and security measures were taken thereof.

The 15 Emergency Helpline received approximately 387,000 calls, out of which, 287,000 calls were considered hoaxes and on approximately 36,000 calls, with genuine concerns, the Dispatch Control Center (DCC) generated cases for further action. 1,347 of such cases were pertinent to Rescue-1122 and around 1,217 of such cases sought for traffic management or CTP help. 16,482 calls received sought information and advice on various pertinent issues. The Media Monitoring Center (MMC) cracked down on 94 objectionable social media pages & IDs containing violent, anti-state or profane content. PSCA is diligently playing its part in enhancing road-sense by displaying directives and situational messages on its Variable Messaging Service (VMS) displayed on LCDs across all major roads of the metropolis. PSCA is determined to extend its services and cooperation with LEAs, and all others in need, whenever required.

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