Punjab Police launch modern monitoring system to improve performance
DIG IT Waqas Nazir, presiding a meeting at Central Police Office.
On the direction of Inspector General of Police Punjab Inam Ghani, a modern monitoring system has been launched for supervisory officers under which DPOs, DSPs and other supervisory officers will be able to effectively monitor the professional affairs of the police stations with the help of the modern integrated system.
DIG IT Waqas Nazir, while talking to the officers while presiding over a meeting held at Central Police Office, said the Monitoring Dashboard has integrated all the matters of police stations including personnel, crime, investigation, security, patrolling, inspection, discipline and police station records under the modern system and DPOs and DSPs will be able to easily and effectively monitor all the above-mentioned matters of the police stations under their administration from the dashboard.
He said the monitoring dashboard has also been integrated with the police station record management and human resource management system and as soon as an FIR is registered in any police station, the concerned supervisory officers will be alerted on the monitoring dashboard.
The pilot project of Monitoring Dashboard is initially being launched in six districts of Kasur, Narowal, Jhang, Mianwali, Okara and Dera Ghazi Khan and from January 1, 2021, the system will be activated in all other districts of the province.
DPOs and DSPs of Kasur, Narowal, Jhang, Mianwali, Okara and Dera Ghazi Khan participated in the meeting through video link. Answering their questions, DIG IT Waqas Nazir further said that with the activation of Monitoring Dashboard System, timely steps will be taken for further improvement in the professional affairs of the police stations.