NYPD offers to train Sindh police in street crime management

A group of 22 members from the Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society (PALES) within the New York Police Department (NYPD) met with Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to discuss policing strategies and exchange experiences.

Led by Rohail Khalid, the delegation included officers from various NYPD departments.

The meeting, attended by Home Secretary Iqbal Memon, IG Police Ghulam Mabi Memon, Secretary to CM Raheem Shaikh, and others, addressed issues such as terrorism and street crime in Karachi.

NYPD offers to train Sindh police

The delegation offered to train Sindh police in areas like street crime, intelligence work, and traffic management, emphasizing the importance of technology in crime prevention.

The CM welcomed the offer and instructed the Inspector General of Police to evaluate the proposal.

Later, the delegation met with IG Sindh Ghulam Nabi Memon, who praised the Sindh Police’s use of modern technology in combating crime.

Both parties highlighted the need for collaboration in addressing common challenges like street crime and drug trafficking.

As a sign of goodwill, the NYPD officers presented IG Sindh with badges and souvenirs, signaling a strengthening partnership between law enforcement agencies in Karachi and New York.

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