ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Police have launched an app designed to bolster public safety and crime prevention efforts.
The newly introduced ICT-15 app, following the directives of Interior Minister Sarfraz Akbar Bugti, aims to empower the general public in the capital city to actively participate in the fight against crime and the overall well-being of their communities.
The ICT-15 app is now available for download on the Google Play Store, providing easy access for Islamabad residents.
This user-friendly application serves as a platform for citizens to report various concerns, including illegal activities, incidents, complaints against law enforcement, the presence of unlawful residents, or any suspicious criminal activity. Once information is submitted through the app, the police are committed to swift response times, ensuring prompt assistance.
The ICT-15 app is expected to play a crucial role in fostering a stronger partnership between the police force and the public. By encouraging citizens to actively engage in policing efforts, this innovative tool enhances the impact of law enforcement. Together, law enforcement agencies and vigilant citizens can effectively combat crime, enhance safety, and create a more secure environment for all residents.
In light of this groundbreaking initiative, Islamabad residents are encouraged to download and utilize the ICT-15 app, contributing to collective efforts aimed at making Islamabad a safer and more secure place for all.
This app represents a unified commitment to public safety, and active citizen involvement can significantly contribute to the well-being of the community.
Additionally, Islamabad Police Chief Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan has issued a video message about the app, urging citizens to collaborate with the Islamabad police for effective policing measures.