CCPO pats Anti-Vehicle Lifting Staff for decrease in incidents



Lahore Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Capt (retd) Amin Wains has said that Anti-Vehicle Lifting Staff (AVLS) has showed tremendous performance in the November and the performance of AVLS in November 2017 is much satisfactory than 2016.

In this regard, AVLS has also issued a detailed report of motorbikes and vehicle snatching and theft of 2016 and 2017. According to this report, the ratio of theft and snatching of cars and motorcycles has been decreased by 50 per cent. As many as 430 motorcycles were stolen in November last year and this figure has now been decreased to 281.

Furthermore, the figure of bike snatching has also been decreased in comparison with last year as 30 bikes were stolen during November 2016 and now this figure stood at 25 in November 2017. As per the report, 68 cars were stolen in November 2016 while this figure has now been decreased to 39 cars in November 2017.

Meanwhile, the report said that one car was snatched in November 2016 while not a single car was snatched during November 2017. “So many initiatives are being taken in AVLS branch of Lahore Police including smart phone applications and new technologies are also being introduced to curb the menace of crime from the city,” the CCPO said.