Punjab Safe Cities Authority remains categorical when manning its Integrated Command Control and Communication Center with computer-savvy workforce : AsiaNet-Pakistan

Punjab Safe Cities Authority remains categorical when manning its Integrated Command Control and Communication Center with computer-savvy workforce

August 19, 2018 | | Share:

Lahore, August 19, 2018 (PPI-OT): Punjab Safe Cities Authority has remained categorical when manning its Integrated Command Control and Communication Center (IC3) with computer-savvy workforce meticulously selected through provincial grid of famous IT institutions and a series of competitive recruitment and psychometric tests. The outcome is optimum productivity in line with professional integrity. PSCA recently rewarded its Champion Performers, who bossed their domains, with certificates of appreciation and financial prizes in an on-desk quick convocation ceremony conducted at IC3 floor.

MD PSCA Malik Ali Amir along with CAO PSCA Kamran Khan graced the occasion and acknowledged the services of more than 50 Outstanding Officers comprising Police Communication Officers (PCOs) deployed in various sections of the project as core workforce and including supervisory configuration commanded by Operations Commander IC3 ASP Saud and comprised of 4 DSPs, 4 Inspectors, 2 Sub-Inspectors and 3 Assistant Sub-Inspectors.

MD Malik Ali Amir distributed certificates and cash prizes among not less than 40 promising PCOs, with gender representation of 34 male and 6 female officers, from IC3 sections such as Operations Monitoring Center, Video Control Center, Media Monitoring Center, Emergency Control Center, Dispatch Control Center, Access Control Center, Lost and Found Center and Electronic Data Analysis Center.

While addressing to the PSCA workforce, MD Malik Ali Amir said that the purpose of marking the best performers every month was to encourage all the aspirants to give-in their full potentials. “Positive competition is healthier for any organization”, he added. “PSCA is always striving side by side with other LEAs in both generation of awareness and provision of guidance on things such as Law Enforcement, policing and regulations”, he concluded.

For more information, contact:
Directorate General Public Relations, Punjab (DGPR)
Government of the Punjab
21-Mahmood Gaznavi Road (Abbot Road), Lahore, Pakistan
Tel: +92-42-99201390-1-2
Fax: +92-42-99201371-2
E-mail: info@dgpr.punjab.gov.pk
Website: www.dgpr.punjab.gov.pk

Category: General, Official News