LAHORE:Inspector General of police, Punjab, Capt (R) Arif Nawaz Khan said on Monday that recruitment policy for the recruitment of competent and hardworking officials must be updated according to contemporary needs.
Presiding over a high level meeting held here at Central Police Office, he said that expert psychologists should be the part of interview session for the assessment of candidates
so that intelligent candidates may become the part of force.
After getting best training at training colleges they will serve as committed and hardworking and professional police officer, he said.
He said that all senior officers should submit their recommendations after reviewing the promotion policy in next meeting so that problems related to promotion policy should be resolved and promotion policy may be finalized for time scale promotion of the police officials.
The IGP directed all senior officers to write ACRs of their subordinate without any discrimination. He discussed with all Additional IGPs about working of their respective departments and progress of the ongoing projects.
He further said that front desk staffs and all other IT related officials were the important part of the Punjab police, hence, a follow up to the summary sent to government of Punjab for
their regularization must be followed up so that they may perform their professional duties as regular staff.
Police training colleges and schools up-gradation regarding programs should be completed as soon as possible and Lahore investigation school and information and analysis
school related master plan should be made so that it will may be approved as soon as possible, he said. The IGP also directed all officers to follow office hours schedule and
to complete the projects within time frame.
In the meeting, Inspector General of police Punjab directed Additional IGP Logistics and Procurement that procurement of bullet proof jackets & helmets required to force and development projects must be completed within current fiscal year according to the time frame and DIG
Logistics should supervise the process personally.
Additional IGPs and DIGs with all other senior officers were present in the meeting.