Police FM radio to start working soon
Karachi: Police FM radio would start working soon after permission from Pakistan Electronic Medical Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) and allotment of frequency by Frequency Allotment Board (FAB), while necessary arrangements for this police radio stations are being carried out, a meeting here Saturday was told.
The meeting presided over by Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh Mushtaq Ahmed Shah was told that the proposed FM radio would provide quick information to citizens about traffic jams, road accidents, crimes and incidents, weather conditions, etc, besides interviews of police officers and talk shows to raise awareness amongst citizens.
On the occasion, the IGP reviewed the e-policing project. He said initially beginning of computerised registration of FIRs in 11 police stations of Karachi is a welcome step, while steps would be taken to introduce this system in 68 police stations of Karachi and 63 police stations in the rest of the province. He said the police stations registering computerised FIRs would be given prizes.
On the occasion other components of e-policing project, including traffic control and command centre, Madadgar 15 call center and GIS vehicle tracking system, e-driving license and video conferencing system were reviewed.