Pakistan Police-Striving for Safety & Peace

No amount of praise is enough for those who strive for our peace and sacrifice their lives to keep us safe. The heroism and sacrifices of our brave police officials are the medals of honour and pride for the whole nation.

Dr. Anoosh Masood Chaudhary is the first female officer who joined KPK Police as Assistant Superintendent Police. She is from the 40th Common Training Programme (CTP) of the PSP and also holds MBBS Degree.

 

Meet Balochistan’s first female ASP, Shabana Habib. She hopes when girls see her on patrol, they will also be inspired to join the Police Force.

 

In the line of fire, lie those people who are bound to serve and sacrifice their lives for our nation. Among them is, Hameed Ahmed (Shaheed), who embraced Shahadat during an encounter with criminals in Multan.

 

Thanks to the bravery, readiness and prompt response of Junaid Khan who sacrificed his life in a brave attempt to stop a suicide bomber at the gate of District Courts Mardan. His prompt response saved many precious lives although he had to give up his life in the line of duty.#WeStandWithOurForces

 

#PeacefulPakistan prays for the martyrs of #QuettaPolice College and Salutes the Bravery of #FCC. At least 59 were martyred and 120 critically injured in a twin blast carried out by Al-Alimi faction of the Lashkar-i-Jhangvi at Baluchistan Police College, Quetta. While two blew themselves up, the third heavily armed militant was killed by Frontier Corps (FC) troops. Peaceful Pakistan prays for the martyrs and condemns the cowardly act by the militants. #QuettaAttack

 

DSP Shahzadi Gulfam is the first woman in the world to receive the first ever United Nations International Female Police Peacekeepers Award 2011. She established the first friendly investigation room for women and children at the police station in the post-conflict Timor-Leste. Earlier the room was infamous for being used as a centre of crime and violence against women and children. We are proud of her.