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New York Police Department offers to train the Sindh police

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New York Police Department offers to train the Sindh police

Sindh Chief Minister meets New York police officers to share experiences, explore ways to train provincial police in New York

Only a small group of 10 per cent of the population was responsible for committing crimes against 90 per cent – NY Police Delegation

Karachi, Sindh

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah met on Monday with a delegation of 22 members from the Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society (PALES) of the New York Police Department and discussed their respective policing systems and shared experiences.

During the meeting, the Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society (PALES) offered the chief minister to train provincial local police officers in dealing with street crime, petty crimes, intelligence work, traffic management, and vigilance.

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The 22-member delegation of the New York Police Department – Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society (PALES) was led by Rohail Khalid. In the delegation the officers of different police assignments such as Integrity Control officer, Traffic Enforcement, Intelligence, Training Bureau, Identification Bureau, Patrol and others. Home Secretary Iqbal Memon, IG Police Ghulam Nabi Memon, Secretary to CM Raheem Shaikh and others also attended the meeting.

Sindh-CM-NY-Police-Sindh Courier-1The Chief Minister welcomed the New York Police Department delegation and discussed the issue of terrorism in Karachi, which he attributed to the Afghan war and regional politics. He acknowledged the sacrifices made by the police and law enforcement agencies, with the support of his government, to eliminate terrorism in the area.

The Chief Minister further highlighted the challenge of street crime in the city, against which the police and Rangers have initiated operations. He also mentioned that the government was working on amending laws to utilize technology in dealing with repeat criminals.

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The delegation members emphasized that only a small group of 10 per cent of the population was responsible for committing crimes against 90 per cent [of the population] they were living with. They suggested that if criminals were aware of being watched, they would avoid committing crimes. The delegation members also agreed with the Chief Minister on the importance of using technology to control crime.

The New York Police Department offered to train the Sindh police. The Chief Minister appreciated the offer and directed the Inspector General of Police to examine the proposal and submit a plan for sending police officers to New York for training. (PR)

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