New York police offered to train Sindh police to fight street crimes

A group of 22 members from the Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society (PALES) within the New York Police Department (NYPD) recently convened with Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to exchange insights on policing methodologies. During the session, PALES representatives proposed extending training support to the Sindh police across multiple domains, encompassing street crime prevention, management of minor infractions, intelligence gathering, traffic control, and bolstering vigilance.

Led by Rohail Khalid, the delegation comprised officers from diverse police units such as Integrity Control, Traffic Enforcement, Intelligence, and Training Bureau. Notable attendees included Home Secretary Iqbal Memon, IG Police Ghulam Mabi Memon, Secretary to CM Raheem Shaikh, and other officials.

Chief Minister Shah delved into the issue of terrorism in Karachi, contextualizing it within the aftermath of the Afghan conflict and regional political dynamics. He commended the sacrifices rendered by law enforcement personnel in counterterrorism endeavors within the region.

Furthermore, he underscored the persistent endeavors of the police and Rangers to combat street crimes in the city through various strategic operations. Additionally, he outlined governmental initiatives aimed at updating legislation to incorporate technological advancements in addressing recidivism effectively.

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