KARACHI: As a way to carry enhancements citing the scarcity of squads in police stations, Further Inspector Common (AIG) Karachi Ghulam Nabi Memon made main choices together with particular deployments of police models for monitoring of greater than 10,000 suspected criminals, ARY Information reported on Saturday.
Ghulam Nabi Memon directed Station Home Officers (SHOs) of all police stations to name again officers deputed on the safety of VIPs and different high-level officers.
He issued clear instructions for restriction provision of safety by any of the police station to VIP personalities. Memon mentioned, “Safety is not going to be given to any VIP by the squad deputed to carry out duties at police station.”
“The officers and VIPs shall be offered safety squads belonging to safety zone,” added the AIG Karachi.
In one other resolution, the Karachi police chief determined to carry particular monitoring of accused individuals launched on bail, in addition to these pronounced sentences by courts.
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“The police division will provoke area-wise monitoring of greater than 10,000 suspected criminals, whereas, a high-level officer in every police station and over 400 officers shall be given activity to maintain eye on suspects,” he introduced.
“The officer shall be certain to report greater authorities concerning the suspect discovered concerned in legal actions once more [after being released].”
Earlier on Friday, it emerged that Karachi police division had determined to conduct assessments and interviews of the cops earlier than their appointments for the high-rank posts.
Further Inspector Common (AIG) Karachi Ghulam Nabi Memon clarified that the choice is not going to be carried out for the cops who’re already performing duties, nonetheless, the brand new appointments shall be made after conducting exams and interviews.
He additional detailed that the division will organise interviews of the candidates for the positions of Station Home Officer (SHO), Senior Investigation Officer (SIO) and Specialist Operations (SO).