To ensure a people-friendly police force, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Benazir Ahmed has started collecting suggestions from all rank officials, especially those working in the field.
The chief addressed some 500 officers, from constables to ranked inspectors participating in a workshop at police headquarters (PHQ) yesterday, to give written opinions on good practice, career, corruption, welfare and other subjects.
"The way police have stood by and protected people during this crisis is commendable," he said.
"We have to move away from repression and properly use our legal capacity. Police must denounce all kinds of corruption. We need to build a narcotics-free force and country," he said.