LAHORE: A seven-member Chinese delegation of senior police officers on Tuesday visited Punjab Police Integrated Command Control and Communication Center (PPIC3) to review the ICT based premier security project of the authority.
PSCA Chief Operating Officer Akbar Nasir Khan briefed the delegation that the authority has a grid of 8000 geo-strategic CCTV cameras knitted with fiber-optics stretch of more than 2,000 KMs and initially up to 300 interactive emergency panic buttons or phone booths, installed at significant locations within the metropolis, enabling public to resort to rapid police responses in case of untoward situations.
Through this surveillance mechanism, the authority has been able to provide credible evidence to police and LEAs in more than 700 cases and instances. More than 16,000 suspicious profiles were spotted and assessed for harmful intentions, he added.
The Chinese delegation showed keen interest to learn about the unprecedented integrated policing mechanism in Pakistan employing advanced methods in Information Technology, surveillance and security with a thorough computer graduate workforce.