Women’s Safety Flag March – Journal

LAHORE: Traffic police women ride their motorcycles in a “Women’s Safety and Empowerment Flag March” on Thursday. The police in the capital launched an awareness campaign against harassment and violence. The North Cantt Bushra Nisar SDPO led the march, which was made up of female police officers and officials from all units. The CCPO also launched the official Lahore Police website based on citizen-centered policing and community outreach. — AFP

LAHORE: The capital’s police officer, Ghulam Mahmood Dogar, on Thursday launched a campaign to raise awareness among the Lahore police against harassment and violence.

North Cantt SDPO Bushra Nisar led the “Flag March for Women’s Safety and Empowerment” comprising female police officers and officials from all units. The flag march passed through China Chowk, Shahrah-i-Aiwan-i-Tijarat, Jail Road, Gulberg and ended at the Govt Home Economics College for Girls.

“The first cell will be established in the police station in the defense zone (B) and the other in the Khidmat Markaz, Liberty police force to ensure swift redress of their grievances through the registration of cases and investigation of crimes. reported against women, ”the CHC said.

WEBSITE: Mr. Dogar also launched the Lahore Police website based on citizen-centric policing and community outreach.

SSP Discipline Mubasher Maikan, SDPO North Cantt ASP Bushra Nisar, other senior police and media officers were present.

Mr Dogar said the Lahore Police’s user-friendly, one-page layout-based website is up to international standards with unique features and backed by a powerful CMS Drupal anti-piracy mechanism. He said that the lahorepolice.gov.pk website also has a functional disability mode to facilitate special people and has all the information and guidelines for citizens related to the various services provided by the Lahore Police.

He said Lahore Police has digitized almost all of its functions for better online service delivery with the forward-looking vision of integrating digital technology into their systems.

The CCPO further stated that victims of gender-based violence can also file complaints directly using this website. He further said that the website had full details of senior police officers and their contact numbers with the “Who we are” tab. “The website will not only serve the general public with its outstanding features, but will also enable law enforcement officials to ensure transparency in internal affairs by regularly updating seniority lists, promotion orders, examinations and interview schedules, standing orders and orders affecting general members of any Lahore Police cadre, ”he said.

Posted in Dawn, le 3 September 2021

Mara R. Wilmoth