City crime management project approved


The Punjab government has accorded approval to the project of city crime management, traffic regulatory management and emergency service management for improving local policing and to control street crime across the province.
This was disclosed by Minister for Environment Protection Col (r) Shuja Khanzada while presiding over a meeting of Police Reforms Committee on Friday.
“Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is much inspired from the British and Turkish infrastructure and governance, so the experts will be called from there to complete the project successfully,” he said.
He said that a command and control room will be established to monitor the roads and streets of the city. In first phase these systems will be installed at four busy roads of the city: Mall Road, Jail Road, Ferozpur Road and Canal Road. With the installation of these modern systems, not only law and order situation but also traffic system will be improved, he added.
He further said that police training institutes will be established on divisional level to improve the investigation procedure amendments have been proposed in the Police Act 2002, he added.


  1. There was no need for this additional nomenclature.The Police is managing the crime and criminals competently.The Lahore City Crime rate indicates that. Or perhaps Punjab Govt meant to check crime rather than manage it.In both cases it is just pathetic.

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