The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police have launched an e-policing system that will automate the critical functions of provincial police.
The newly launched system, named ‘Go Live,’ is developed by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) with support from the European Union Delegation Pakistan.
The handing over of the modern surveillance system was handed over to the KP police in an official ceremony on Tuesday, January 15.
UNDP’s official Twitter handle announced the development in a post.
“Thanks to support from @EUPakistan, @KPGovernment launched Go Live, an e-policing system developed by @UNDP to automate key functions of the #KhyberPakhtunkhwa Police, at the Central Police Office in #Peshawar,” it tweeted.
Thanks to support from @EUPakistan, @KPGovernment launched Go Live, an e-policing system developed by @UNDP to automate key functions of the #KhyberPakhtunkhwa Police, at the Central Police Office in #Peshawar pic.twitter.com/22zC2EBy9W
— UNDP Pakistan (@UNDP_Pakistan) January 16, 2019
KP Police’s Performance
KP is far ahead of other provinces when it comes to policing. During its last tenure, PTI transformed KP police and freed it from all sort of political interference.
Plus, it further enhanced its capabilities by digitizing all the criminal data.
According to stats released by KP police, it arrested 502 outlaws by using technology in 2018.
Under smart policing, access to all the criminal data is now available at every police station, snap-checking points and check posts have also been set up across the province.
On-duty police officials can also access the data by just a few clicks on their cell phones.