KARACHI: Pakistan’s leading fleet management company, Falcon-I has signed an agreement with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Police department to install tracking devices in 30 patrolling vans to enhance the performance of the law-enforcement personnel.
A ceremony was held at the Swabi Police-Line, chaired by the Inspector General (IG) KP Police and also attended by the Head of Corporate & Enterprise Solutions, of Falcon-I – Naveed Aijaz.
The ceremony also featured presentations on: “How the KPK police will benefit from the induction of new technologies and demonstrations”.
These tracking devices are being installed under the asocial-responsibility initiative by Falcon-I, to improve the law and order situation in KP. It will help the police keep track of the movement of its patrolling vehicles, to improve the response time of the mobile vans.
The Head of Corporate & Enterprise solutions at Falcon-I – Naveed Aijaz said the initiative of providing tracking devices to the KP Police will help the provincial government launch a Rapid Response Force, to improve the security of vulnerable segments of society.
“These tracking devices are enriched with a customized geofencing feature that will enable the police to monitor the movement of its vehicles and make sure they are deployed in the right area. This will enable more vigilant law enforcement in Swabi,” he added.
The company head said this technological intervention by Falcon-I will a long way towards enabling the KP police to make more efficient use of its patrolling vehicles, while enabling significant conservation of fuel and other resources, by ensuring more transparency in the operational deployment of the police mobiles.
Naveed Aijaz said advanced equipment and upgraded systems can also promise smarter vigilance and institutional management, along with more safety for police personnel and the citizens.