PSCA HEADQUARTER RELEASES LAW & ORDER STATS FOR KASUR PROJECT (APR-DEC) 2018

08 Jan 2019

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With the compliments of Public Relations Office,
Punjab Safe Cities Authority, Lahore.

Handout No. 168 / Media Manager

PSCA HEADQUARTER RELEASES LAW & ORDER STATS FOR KASUR PROJECT (APR-DEC) 2018
13,606 VISUAL OBSERVATIONS REPORTED
SCREENED & SEARCHED 3,394 SUSPICIOUS PERSONS AND 2,836 VEHICLES
1110 ILLEGAL LAND OCCUPANCIES AND ENCROACHMENTS FOILED
3,648 TRAFFIC VIOLATION TICKETS ISSUED; 1,413 WARNED
146,895 CALLS RECEIVED – HELP PROVIDED IN 8,370 CASES
ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE DATA REQUESTS SERVED TO LEAS IN 56 CASES
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TIME IMPROVED BY 15 MINUTES: SPOKESPERSON

Lahore Jan 8:

Punjab Safe Cities Authority Headquarter takes pleasure in sharing Law and Order Statistics for its Kasur Project for the year 2018 (April to December). Kasur’s Operations Monitoring Center (OMC) secured more than 13,606 observations that warranted interception of more than 3,394 suspicious persons, booking of 31 persons in various cases and screening of 2,836 vehicles by Mohafiz Force. 945 of such vehicles were detained pending further investigations. The OMC employs state of the art CCTV Surveillance Operations through the geo-strategic grid of cameras within the city. The OMC also monitored 17 rallies and protests across Kasur.

On violations of traffic laws and felonies of wrong parking – 3,648 tickets were issued in the past 9 months and 1,413 Warning Notices were issued to violators. During the period of nine months PSCA Kasur’s Emergency Helpline 15 received 146,895 calls. Cases were generated for action on genuine calls that went up to 8,370 in number. Kasur IC3 provided Electronic Evidence Data pertaining to 56 heinous crime cases and investigations to facilitate Punjab Police and other LEAs. Furthermore, in coordination with Punjab Police and TMA, PSCA Kasur managed to foil 1110 bids of illegal land grabbing and encroachments.

It’s worth mentioning that integrated operations rendered by IC3 of PSCA Kasur have somewhat reformed emergency response time overall. A reduction of not less than 15 minutes in average response time carried out by Muhafiz Force, CTP and Punjab Police was ensured and observed. Average response time for Muhafiz Force remained 2-3 minutes whereas for Police Stations the same remained between 10 to 15 minutes.

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