Home minister unveils 3-year strategic plan for police | The Daily Star
05:10 PM, January 28, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 05:14 PM, January 28, 2018

Home minister unveils 3-year strategic plan for police

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan today unveiled the 'Strategic Plan 2018-20' for Bangladesh Police with a view to engaging community people, promoting proactive policing and adopting multi-disciplinary approach for detection and prevention of crimes to maintain public order with the highest professionalism.

"All the members of Bangladesh Police need to be fully committed to ensuring successful implementation of the Strategic Plan to create an enabling environment to facilitate its smooth management and engage all your potentials to serve the people," he said, speaking as the chief guest at a launching ceremony at the auditorium of Rajarbagh Police Lines in Dhaka.

Thanking the police for preparing the strategic plan, home minister said, "The police force will be more efficient, pro-people and dynamic with the proper implementation of the plan in the next three years."

Speaking on the occasion, Inspector General of Police (IGP) AKM Shahidul Hoque said, "The Strategic Plan for Bangladesh Police with the slogan "Ready to protect and proud to serve" will act as a guidance to improve services in the days to come along with curbing terrorism and militancy, and increasing professional excellence."

The plan has been prepared on the basis of analysis of the past and current state in the changing society, which will help detect and prevent crimes and maintain public order with the highest standard of professionalism, he added.

"There will be an implementation and monitoring committee to constantly measure progress and evaluate outcomes to ensure that its goals are achieved and expectations of the citizens are fulfilled," he added.

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