LAHORE: DIG IT Waqas Nazir said that Punjab Police software designed for modern policing and improvement in service delivery is exemplary for other provinces and Punjab Police is also providing professional training, also providing these softwares to police force of other provinces so that they too can benefit from these advanced information technology programs to improve the quality of policing as well as facilitate the citizens. He further said that the training received by the officers of Gilgit-Baltistan in the field of software training at the Police Training College, Chung would not only improve their overall working but also the process of protection of life and property of the people and service to the people. He further said that these 35 computer operators would go to their districts after training and provide professional training to other staff and the process of transfer of police working system to modern information technology would be further expedited. He expressed these views while addressing a ceremony held at Police Training College Chung today as a special guest on the completion of training of 35 computer operators of Gilgit-Baltistan Police.
Speaking on the occasion, Commandant Police Training College, Chung DIG, Shehzada Sultan said that the 40-day training provided computer operators with the latest software used by Punjab Police and professional training have been given to them including Police Station Record Management System, Complaint Management System, Human Resource Management, Information System,Criminal record management system, Hotel eye, Criminal Record Management System, Tenancy Registration System, Police Service Centers, Driving License Information Management System and Police Service Centers ,Global Portal Working whereas visits were made to DIG Operation Lahore Office, Central Police Office, Punjab Safe City Authority Office, Punjab Information Technology Board so that the trainee officers could fully equip themselves with practical skills and become successful professionals and go to their respective areas and play a significant role in upgrading the police system in their concerned areas . He further said that Training College Chung would continue to take all possible steps for the training and guidance of the police force. It is worth mentioning that the first batch of 35 officers from Gilgit-Baltistan has been passed out after completing 40 days of training at the Training College Chung. The training course was started on 7th December and ended today after completing all phases of TOT. The officers were given detailed briefing on IT software used by Punjab Police. DPO Skardu Ishaq Hussain, SP Admin Tariq Aziz and Course Commander CLI Khalid Saeed and other officers were also present in the closing ceremony.