YOUNG OFFICERS SHOULD STRIVE TO GET EXPERTISE ON LAW AND INVESTIGATION PROCESS. MD PSCA
POLICE OFFICER HAS THE AUTHORITY TO HELP THE AGGRIEVED, IT’S A SERVICE IN TRUE SENSE: COO PSCA
A delegation of under training ASPs from National Police Academy visited Punjab Safe Cities Authority headquarter here on Friday. 18 officers of the 47th specialized training program were briefed by Managing Director PSCA Rao Sardar Ali Khan and Chief operating officer Muhammad Kamran Khan. Trainee officers asked questions about Safe Cities project’s working, challenges and security improvements. The delegation was taken to various sections of IC3 namely, Operations and Monitoring Centre, Emergency Call Center, Dispatch Control Center, and Media Center. They were briefed on Advanced Traffic Management System and Electronic Challan System.
MD PSCA Rao Sardar Ali Khan said that young officers should strive to get an expertise on law and investigation process. He further said that the real focus of a police officer should be public service. Chief Operating Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan said that the police officer has the authority to help the aggrieved and it is a service in true sense of the word. The delegation expressed great interest in the state of the art project of national security. It was told that visit to PSCA has become an essentials part of LEAs training. The young ASPs also participated in the Authority’s Web TV program. Later, a memorial shield was presented to the delegation by the Punjab Safe Cities Authority.