New reforms in Islamabad Police

New reforms in Islamabad Police | PakistabnTribeISLAMABAD – Islamabad Capital Territory Police is facing new reforms by the government to remove any untoward incident in police stations while the officers of human rights organizations are being appointed for this purpose, PakistanTribe.com reported.


According to the details as many as 320 complaints have been lodged by different applicants against the misconduct of Islamabad Capital Territory Police officials during the last five years.

According to an official source, action was taken on 276 complaints wherein after inquiry 23 complaints were found correct and the guilty officials of ICT police were awarded departmental punishments.

Administration took quick action, the source said that Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) police has taken various measures to improve the conduct of its officials. It comprises establishment of model police stations, deployment of educated police officers including women staff at the model reporting rooms with the instructions of dealing with the general public politely.

Additionally the staff is trained by Police Training School Islamabad on ethics and character building while experienced professionals are invited for capacity building of the police officials.

Source in Islamabad Police told PakistanTribe.com that the capital city police have priority areas including resolving community problems on immediate basis, inculcating friendly police ecology with polite and decent attitude, providing enhanced security atmosphere, end of corrupt practices from police stations, provision of better working environment and end to indecent practices from police stations.

While replying a question the source has said that new reporting rooms have been established at various police stations and educated staff has been appointed there.

As per plan, Human Right Officers (HROs) are being appointed to protect basic rights of people and discourage the illegal detention if any.

Islamabad Police have constituted a Central Coordination Committee with the objectives to improve policing affairs especially ensuring friendly atmosphere for complainants and ensure end of corruption from police stations.

Deaths in police custody and the number of FIRs registered against police officials? the source said that only two persons died in police custody and two FIRs have been registered against four and six police officials separately on different occasions.

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