KARACHI – DIG IT Sindh Police Sultan Ali Khwaja told that police offering a service of record verification of industrial workers, while addressing to a gathering of industrialists at Korangi Association of Trade & Industry (KATI).
The DIG told that IT department of Sindh police already establish a complete records of hotels, and now working on the same for the private security agencies and arms dealers.
Prior to this Acting-President of KATI Faraz-ur-Rehman, CPLC Chief Malir & Korangi Zubair Chhaya, Masood Naqi, Farhan-ur-Rehman, Head of KATI’s standing committee on Law& Order Nadeem Khan, Vice President Maheen Salman and others welcomed the DIG Sultan Khwaja at KATI.
Faraz-ur-Rehman said that to control crime and effective implementation of law & order role of modern technology become immanent. He appreciated that Sultan Khawaja has taken tremendous measures to arms Sindh police with technology tools.
The DIG told that IT department of Sindh police offering many services for the verificatin and criminal record checking.
He told that more than 1.8 million criminal records are available to match any persons background. He said that the IT department also working for efficient vigilance system with the help of technology.
“I have also suggested the establishment of a Big Data Authority”
he added. He said that now police is offering the data and criminal record verification service to the industries to ensure their security, and any employer could easily verify the NIC and background record of his employee, after acquiring this service from police.
CPLC Chief Malir&Korangi Zubair Chhaya applauded the efforts of IT department of Sindh police and also urged to make a comprehensive strategy for data sharing and verification between the police and industry.
Nadeem Khan said that maintaining records would certainly help to curb crimes in effective manner.
Photo Caption: Acting President KATI presenting shield to DIG IT Sindh Police Sultan Ali Khwaja.
At the occasion Zubair Chhaya, Nadeem Khan, Maheen Salman, Masood Naqi, Farhan-ur-Rehman, Ehtesham Uddin, Razzak Paracha and SSP Syed Ali Raza are also present.