Police launch mobile application to improve service. It has option for tenant registration.
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Police on Saturday launched a mobile App to improve its service delivery with the help of modern technology.
The App ‘ICTP’ was available on both android Google Play Store and Apple IOS, said a police spokesman.
He said, the federal capital police as per the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan’’s digital Pakistan, introduced the App for effective policing and convenience to the citizens. Inspector General of Police (Islamabad) Muhammad Ahsan Younas in his video message told the masses about the latest features developed in the App.
He said that citizens can avail services like crime reporting, crime advisory, and traffic licenses through the App.
The App provides information and details of sexual offenders, as well as details of appointments and necessary documents for obtaining a traffic license, he added.
The IGP further said the App gives details about police stations and their contact numbers, besides information regarding the registration of employees and tenants.
The citizens can also get a copy of FIR by online application on this App, he said and added, there is also an online appointment and application procedure for registration of foreigners.