Lahore Police Leverages ICT to Safeguard Lives and Property: CCPO


Capital City Police Officer Lahore Bilal Siddique Kamyana highlighted the significant impact of the Tenant Registration System and Hotel Eye Software in bolstering surveillance, apprehending criminals, and capturing fugitives in the provincial metropolis.
In a statement issued today, CCPO Lahore disclosed that between April 1 and May 15, a notable number of individuals were registered in the police records, including 63,708 tenants and 1,166 private employees. Moreover, Travel Eye diligently monitored a total of 915,255 individuals, consisting of 108,377 locals and 4,093 foreigners. Meanwhile, the Smart Eye system successfully tracked and checked 174 absconders and 87 judicial absconders, he noted.
Emphasizing the effectiveness of e-police posts, the CCPO reported that comprehensive checks were conducted on over 70,947 individuals and 8,254 vehicles. As a result, 598 criminals were apprehended, and 104 stolen vehicles were successfully recovered. In addition, a thorough inspection encompassed 2,246 establishments, including hotels, guesthouses, hostels, and factories, the CCPO said.
Kamyana underscored the improved registration process facilitated by the Tenant Registration System and its pivotal role in capturing suspects. He urged citizens to fulfill their responsibility by promptly registering their tenants in the system to safeguard their lives and property. Also, the police force diligently employs state-of-the-art information and communication technology systems to continuously monitor suspicious individuals, thus contributing to the creation of a secure and peaceful society, he concluded.