Safe City Initiative: Islamabad Police Utilize Surveillance Cameras to Track Truant Students

In a concerted effort to promote the welfare and education of the youth in Islamabad, the Safe City Command and Control Center has officially initiated the “go to school” campaign. This move is part of a broader strategy to prioritize the education and safety of the city’s children.

The campaign’s first significant action involved the use of the Safe City surveillance cameras. Over twenty students who were absent from school and college were identified while they were found loitering in entertainment areas, markets, and various suburbs of the city. The initiative was announced via a tweet from the official Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Police page on X (formerly Twitter).

The authorities took swift action once these minors were spotted. They were promptly escorted to nearby police stations where they were reunited with their parents, ensuring their safety and well-being.

The Islamabad Capital Police, led by CPO Safe City/Traffic, reaffirmed their commitment to the nation’s future. They emphasized that students are the country’s most valuable asset and this campaign signifies their dedication to providing every child with the opportunity for a bright and prosperous future.

The “go to school” campaign is a clear demonstration of the Islamabad Police’s commitment to using technology to ensure the welfare and education of the city’s youth. It also underscores the importance of regular school attendance for the overall development and future prospects of the students.

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