Punjab Dolphin Force Collaborates With Sindh Police To Set Up Emergency Response System

Maqsood Ahmed, the DIG of newly established Policy Security and Emergency Service Division, carried on a survey at PSCA and the headquarters of dolphin police.

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Sindh Police is setting up an emergency response system in alliance with PSCA (Punjab Safe City Authority) and Punjab’s Dolphin Police.

According to the officials of Police Security and Emergency Service Zone Karachi, the police division in Sindh is currently looking for advice from the experts at PSCA in order to upgrade its mechanism of emergency response as well as the dolphin police to get help with the training of its staff.

Maqsood Ahmed, the DIG of newly established Policy Security and Emergency Service Division, carried on a survey at PSCA and the headquarters of dolphin police. In the respective tour, Akbar Nasir (CEO PSCA) and Kamran Khan (DIG) briefed him about the whereabouts.

Punjab Safe City Authority is, without any doubt, one of the best security organizations currently working in the country. It has its own operational cameras (about 8,000) and a 4G communication system. The DIG Police Security and Emergency Service Division paid a visit to numerous wings of the organization dealing in the Police Dispatch Unit, Media Monitoring Unit, Video Control Unit, Surveillance Management Unit and more.

Staff at PSCA explained every objective in the form of video and audio presentations.

Apart from that, he visited the Dolphin Force Headquarters, where he was briefed about how it’s operated as well as it’s capabilities. It was then decided that the Karachi Police Emergency Department would collaborate with Punjab Dolphin Police so they can improve their work. Other than that, PSCA’s technical board would visit the provincial capital to advise about everything that needs improvement in Karachi police’s emergency response system.

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