Lahore, January 17, 2023 (PPI-OT):Inspector General Police Punjab Aamir Zulfiqar Khan has said that police service is a career in which officers and officials can beautify the world and the hereafter by performing their duties well. He said that the young officers should make public service, open door policy and modern policing their motto and spare no effort to protect the life and property of the people, provide services to them and eliminate crimes from the society.
Aamir Zulfiqar Khan said that police duty is full of challenges and the better a police officer is as a manager, the more successful the officer will be. IG Punjab said to accept the difficult posting as a challenge at the beginning of the career so that the grooming process can be better and better prepared for future professional difficulties and challenges.
Aamir Zulfiqar Khan said that as a team leader, the one who gets the best performance from his subordinates is called a good officer, so soft talk with the subordinate forces. Politeness and good behaviour should be adopted so that they also ensure prompt and timely measures to solve public problems with sincerity and sense of responsibility.
IG Punjab said that by serving citizens instead of officers with open door policy, they should provide justice and convenience to them and highlight the positive image of police in the public while promoting a sense of security. He expressed these thoughts while talking to the ASPs under training who came on a study visit to the Central Police Office today in the 49th Specialized Training Course.
The delegation from National Police Academy, Islamabad included 36 under-training ASPs including 8 women. Additional IG Operations Waqas Nazir briefed the delegation about Punjab Police’s professional affairs, working and crime rate.
ASPs under training were shown a documentary about police service centers, service counters and other modern projects and operational procedures of Punjab Police. IG Punjab answered various questions of the ASPs about the professional affairs of the police force and the challenges faced.
Play your effective role in providing facilities. At the end of the visit, commemorative souvenirs were also exchanged between the IG Punjab and the officers under training. Additional IGs Welfare and Finance, Logistics and Procurement, Special Branch and other officers including CTD were also present on this occasion.
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