PPIC3 A MONUMENT TOWARDS INTEGRATED POLICING: CSA
LATEST TECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED GADGETS ENSURE
OPTIMUM SECURITY: CSA
Civil Services Academy (CSA) Officers delegation visited PSCA PPIC3, Qurban Lines Lahore here on Monday. The Delegation of CSA was apprised of functions and structure of the premier project of Punjab Safe Cities Authority by the Chief Operating Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan and Operation Commander SP Asim Jasra, while escorting the entourage, established the inevitability of such pervasive and omniscient policing enterprise as a valid remedy to modern-day security challenges.
The under-training Officers appreciated the technologies and practices in place as were demonstrated to them in detail especially about Intelligent Traffic Management System and Electronic Challaning. They showed a keen interest in the unprecedented Facial Recognition Technology buttressed with swift and automated police interception protocols. The trainees were briefed in detail as to how intelligent traffic management systems work. They were further informed as to how the data can be used for accident analysis and possible preventive measures can be taken accordingly. They appreciated the conflation of various emergency response helplines, under a universal SOS number 15, in-line with international standards and practces. The officials also 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 the geo-strategic grid of capacitated CCTV cameras. They termed PPIC3, a monumental achievement towards integrated policing in Punjab, seeking emulation across Pakistan. Such projects ensure optimum security thresholds as they employ the latest technologies and advanced gadgets when preempting or combating crime, they added. They felt proud and expressed great interest in the overall productivity of the PPIC3 faculty and the proven potential of its youth workforce. The visit was concluded with the presentation of souvenir shields from both sides.