BRITISH COUNCIL, UNICEF AND UNFPA REPRESENTATIVES APPRECIATED PSCA ON NUMEROUS ACHIEVEMENTS
MORE THAN 350 MISSING CHILDREN REUNITED WITH THEIR PARENTS IS REMARKABLE: PARTICIPANTS
ALL STAKEHOLDERS COOPERATION IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE PROTECTION OF WOMEN: COO PSCA
A senior level delegation from the foreign commonwealth development office visited Punjab Safe Cities Authority headquarters here on Wednesday. The representatives of British Council, UNICEF, and the United Nations Development Fund were included in the delegation. Chief Operating Officer PSCA DIG Muhammad Kamran Khan briefed the delegation about various initiatives of the authority.
COO briefed the delegation about Women Safety App and electronic challan system. The delegation was also briefed about various arms and functions of the authority dealing in 15 Operations, Police Dispatch Unit, Media Monitoring Center, and the PSCA insignia Cam-surveillance Operations Management Center. On this occasion, the COO said that PSCA has introduced Women Safety App to ensure swift assistance to ladies belonging to all walks of life. The App is also helpful for women to get immediate support in case of an emergency and they can get legal guidance from the supporting documents available in the application. He further said that all stakeholders’ cooperation is essential for the protection of women as WSA is just a gateway to women safety. On this occasion, the participants of the delegation expressed their views and said that the Women Safety App is a wonderful intervention to protect women. Women Safety App awareness seminars will be conducted in educational institutions across Punjab, they added. The delegation further said that it is remarkable achievement to find and reunite more than 350 missing children with their parents though lost and found center of PSCA.