RAWALPINDI: In a bid to quell travel crimes and clamp down on criminals, 200 commandos of a Dolphin Force will start patrolling a city after Eidul Azha, military said.
In a initial stage, a crew will be deployed during vital blurb hubs and aged bazaars of a city, City Police Officer (CPO) orator Imran Haider said, adding that a force will be gradually deployed to other tools of a city as well.
He pronounced currently a crew to be deployed in a city are undergoing training in Lahore and are approaching to take assign by mid-September.
The bike-mounted force will be versed with complicated weapons and will have inclination means to quickly determine car registration documents.
Haider pronounced that arrangements are stirring to gain motorcycles and other claim apparatus to make a force entirely functional.
A tract measuring 8 canals has been identified to settle a offices for a force, he said, adding that supports for a investiture have been reserved.
Initially, a force will be headed by a DSP-level officer, he said, adding that a appointment of a officer would shortly be notified.
The Dolphin Force is a try of a Punjab supervision in partnership with a Turkish National Police for a investiture of a modern, well-equipped patrolling force to quell travel crime and quickly responding to a call of duty.
Published in The Express Tribune, Aug 24th, 2017.
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