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National Police Academy

Islamabad
Dated: 31-12-2015
To,
IGP(R) Zulfiqar Ali Qureshi
Senior Instructor,
NPA, Islamabad.
Subject:

REPORT ON POLICING BY OBJECTIVES FOR DISTRICT HARIPUR

Kindly find enclosed herewith Annual Policing Plan for District Haripur for the
year 2015 prepared by the undersigned officers for kind approval and information, please.
Assistant Superintendents of Police (U/T)
NPA, Islamabad

Copy forwarded to the following for information:1) The Commandant, National Police Academy, Islamabad
2) The Course Commander, National Police Academy, Islamabad
3) The Librarian, National Police Academy, Islamabad

NATIONAL POLICE ACADEMY
ISLAMABAD

ANNUAL POLICING PLAN

Prepared by:
ASP (UT) Muhammad Essa Khan
ASP (UT) Shahzada Umar Abbas Babar

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Contents
DISTRICT HARIPUR PROFILE................................................................................................................3
HISTORY OF DISTRICT HARIPUR.....................................................................................................3
GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION..............................................................................................................3
POPULATION PROFILE.......................................................................................................................3
LINGUAL PROFILE..............................................................................................................................3
AFGHAN MUHAJIREEN......................................................................................................................3
SECTARIAN PROFILE..........................................................................................................................3
EDUCATIONAL PROFILE....................................................................................................................4
PROMINENT PLACES/TOURIST ATTRACTIONS.............................................................................4
POLICE PROFILE..................................................................................................................................5
MAP OF HARIPUR DISTRICT.............................................................................................................6
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE POLICING PLAN............................................................................7
LEGAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE ANNUAL POLICING PLAN 2015....................................................8
NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY................................................................................................................9
A REVIEW OF THE STATE OF POLICING IN HARIPUR DISTRICT (2010-2015).............................10
Murder:..................................................................................................................................................10
Attempted Murder.................................................................................................................................10
Hurt.......................................................................................................................................................10
Kidnapping............................................................................................................................................10
Abduction..............................................................................................................................................10
Assault on Police...................................................................................................................................11
Assault on others...................................................................................................................................11
Abduction..............................................................................................................................................11
Extortion................................................................................................................................................11
Dacoity..................................................................................................................................................11
Burglary.................................................................................................................................................11
Theft u/s 382..........................................................................................................................................11
Motor Vehicle Theft...............................................................................................................................11
Fatal Accidents......................................................................................................................................12
Non-Fatal Accidents..............................................................................................................................12
Cases U/S 279/336 PPC.........................................................................................................................12
Cases under PHO...................................................................................................................................12
Cases under Arms Ordinance.................................................................................................................12

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CORE AREAS OF THE ANNUAL POLICING PLAN: OBJECTIVES, TARGETS, INDICATORS AND
ACTIONS..................................................................................................................................................13
PROTECTING LIFE OF CITIZENS....................................................................................................13
MURDER..........................................................................................................................................13
ATTEMPTED MURDER..................................................................................................................14
HURT................................................................................................................................................15
KIDNAPPING...................................................................................................................................15
ABDUCTION....................................................................................................................................16
ASSAULT ON POLICE....................................................................................................................16
ASSAULT ON OTHERS...................................................................................................................17
PROTECTING PROPERTY OF CITIZENS.........................................................................................17
DACOITY.........................................................................................................................................17
ROBBERY........................................................................................................................................18
BURGLARY.....................................................................................................................................18
ORDINARY THEFT.........................................................................................................................19
CAR THEFT.....................................................................................................................................19
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT..............................................................................................................20
ACCIDENTS.........................................................................................................................................20
FATAL ACCIDENTS........................................................................................................................20
NON FATAL ACCIDENTS...............................................................................................................21
RASH AND NEGLIGENT DRIVING..............................................................................................22
LOCAL AND SPECIAL LAWS............................................................................................................22
ARMS ORDINANCE.......................................................................................................................22
ACTION UNDER PROHIBITION ORDER.....................................................................................23
CATEGORIZATION OF POLICE STATIONS IN TERMS OF INTENSITY OF CRIME.......................24
CATEGORY A POLICE STATIONS OF DISTRICT HARIPUR..........................................................24
CATEGORY B POLICE STATIONS OF DISTRICT HARIPUR..........................................................24
CATEGORY C POLICE STATIONS OF DISTRICT HARIPUR..........................................................25
ANNEX-A: COMPARISON B/W 2013 & 2014.......................................................................................26
ANNEX-B: COMPARISON OF 5 YEARLY STATISTICS......................................................................27
ANNEX-C: POLICE STATION DISTRIBUTION OF 5 YEARLY CRIME STATISTICS.......................28
ANNEX-D: FORMULA FOR SETTING TARGETS...............................................................................33
DEFICIENCY IN STRENGTH BASED ON POPULATION...................................................................35

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AFGHAN MUHAJIREEN Around 100.9 Million. Urdu and Pashtu. Tanoli and Tahir Khel. Kalla Butt and Kot Najeeb Ullah. sectarian harmony prevails in the district and no incident of violence has been reported for the District. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION The total area of District Haripur is 1.756 Square Kilometres.DISTRICT HARIPUR PROFILE HISTORY OF DISTRICT HARIPUR Haripur remained a subdivision of Abbottabad District till 1990 and was upgraded to the level of district with effect from 1st July. SECTARIAN PROFILE Majority of the population profess the Sunni faith of Islam whereas Shias are mostly restricted to the region of Khanpur City and Saddar Area. The following are the major tribes inhabiting the region: Tareen.000 Afghan Muhajireen also inhabit this district and are mainly concentrated in Haripur City. Ghakkar. Mashwani. Following are the major languages of the district: Hindko. However. LINGUAL PROFILE District Haripur is multi-lingual and many languages are spoken in the region. Awan. Gujjar. 5 . The geographical location of Haripur is as follows: 1234- Bordered by Districts Mansehra & Abbottabad in the North Bordered by Districts Islamabad in the South Bordered by Districts Bonair and Swabi in North-West Bordered by Districts Attock & Rawalpindi in the South-West POPULATION PROFILE The total population of District Haripur exceeds 0. Qureshi. 1991.

The following are the prominent institutions: 123456- Hazara University Post Graduate College Government Girls Degree College. Important and Historical Places include Central Jail. Julian Mount of Taxila Ruins. Haripur Fort.EDUCATIONAL PROFILE There are numerous Educational Institutions in the district catering for its educational requirements. Haripur Taxila Road via Khanpur. Ghazi Hattian Road. DHQ Haripur. Mostly river Indus runs on one side if the district. Railway line running through the district runs from Rawalpindi via Taxilla to Havelian. Haripur to Abbottabad. Ghazi Poly-technic College Kalla Butt and Sarae-Saleh Elementary College. Haripur Government Intermediate College. 6 . New Sabzi Mandi. Haripur Taxilla via Najeebullah. Haripur PROMINENT PLACES/TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Tarbela Dam and Khanpur Dam are located in district Haripur as a result of which visitors frequent this district throughout the year. Highways include Haripur to Hasanabdal.

the district has been subdivided into 4 subdivisions each headed by a Deputy Superintendent of Police. Hattar and Khanpur function under the control of SDPO Khanpur. There are 10 PS in the District and their subdivision wise distribution shows that Police Stations Kot Najeebullah. Police Stations Saddar. out of which 93 are engaged on investigation work and remaining 736 is on operation duty. Khalla Butt and Bheer have been placed under the SDPO Saddar. Administratively. The ratio of Police to Population comes up to 1 constable to 1085 inhabitants which judged by all standards is extremely insufficient as according to Police Rules 1934. PS City and Sarai Saleh have been places under the control of SDPO HQS whereas the remaining two PS Ghazi and Amazai have been placed under SDPO Ghazi.POLICE PROFILE The total Police strength available in the district is 829. DPO DSP HQS PS City DSP Ghazi PS Sarae Saleh PS Ghazi DSP Saddar PS Sadar PS Beerh PS Nara Amazai DSP Khanpur PS Kala Butt PS Hattar PS Kot Najabullah PS Khanpur Inspector Legal Figure 1: Organogram of Haripur Police 7 . it should be one constable for 500 inhabitants.

MAP OF HARIPUR DISTRICT Figure 2: District Haripur Map with P/S Jurisdiction 8 .

To enhance and strengthen the public-police relationship. To provide a better sense of safety & security to the general public of Haripur. To assist the general members of the public. To uphold the fundamental human rights.AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE POLICING PLAN The Annual Policing Plan will have the following aims and objectives: 1. 5. To ensure a better and qualitative service delivery to the people of Haripur. irrespective of their age. To preserve public order. 7. 11. 10. 9. 6. sex. To ensure a prompt and effective response to public distress calls. To enhance the prevention of crime & qualitative detection of cases. To ensure the accountability of police for its actions 9 . prevent crimes & combat terrorism. religion or ethnicity. political affiliations. caste. To ensure prompt registration of First Information Reports and arrest of all criminals. 8. To uphold the rule of law. 4. 2. 3.

The Targets to be achieved. after its subsequent approval by the District Public Safety Commission (DPSC) Haripur. Copies of this Annual Policing Plan. National Public Safety Commission and the Federal Government.LEGAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE ANNUAL POLICING PLAN 2015 Article 32 of the Police Order 2002 provides for the Head of District Police to prepare an Annual Policing Plan after consultation with the District Nazim. 4. Objectives of the Policing Plan. The Annual Policing Plan shall throw light on the following aspects: 1. 3. Haripur District Public Safety Commission. 2. The Mechanism for achieving such targets. Provincial Police Officer (PPO) KPK. 10 . The Financial resources likely to be available at the disposal of Police during the year. Regional Police Officer (RPO) Hazara Division. The District Police Officer shall submit a report regarding policing in Haripur District to the DPSC Haripur at the end of August 2015 highlighting the state of implementation of the adopted Annual Policing Plan and any achievements or otherwise of the targets set therein. have been distribution to the Zila Nazim Haripur.

traders. religious leaders. 6. Ensuring a culture of transparency and decent behavior by the Haripur police with the citizens of Haripur. Preservation of public peace and tranquility and ensuring the safety of the citizens of Haripur. 7. 5. Policing is known to be effective only when it is carried out while keeping in view the concerns of the community involved. journalists. Prompt response by the Haripur Police to public distress calls and complaints. Prompt registration of First Information Reports and the subsequent arrest of criminals involved. Therefore a close cooperation and linkage between the general public and police shall afford the police a fair idea of the public expectations from the Haripur Police. teachers. in order to ascertain and identify the needs of the community. lawyers. 3. Conducting a meaningful patrolling in order to combat crime. 4. 2. and politicians etc.NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY Any policing plan needs pragmatically reflect the expectations and aspirations of the public in order to succeed. Conducting impartial investigation of cases. professionals. Adoption of effective strategies to prevent and detect crimes and to combat terrorism 8. A series of detailed discussions revealed the following pressing needs of the community: 1. Enhancing the public-police cooperation. students. Haripur Police arranged various meetings with the different segments of the society including: notables. intellectuals. 11 . In this regard. transporters.

In the year 2010. For the year 2014. However. For 2014. This decreasing trend continued for 2012 whereby 223 cases were reported resulting in a further reduction to 178 cases in 2013. 42 cases were reported and 43 for the year 2011. 16 cases were registered for this category which decreased to 13 cases in 2011. 8 cases were reported under this head. It is to be noted that crime under this head has shown a constant decreased for the 5 year period under consideration. 90 cases were reported for the year 2011. in 2012 this figure decreased to 36 before reporting 42 and 47 for the years 2013 and 2014 respectively. crime under this head stood at 181 cases. Kidnapping In 2010. In 2010. However. In the year 2010. in the year 2014. 77 cases were registered which increased to 82 in the year 2011. In 2012. 91 for 2012 and remarkably decreased to 68 in 2013. Attempted Murder Crime under this head reported a mixed trend. this figure stood at 79 cases. crime under this head has reported a decreasing trend over the period under consideration. Hurt 230 cases were reported in the year 2010 which decreased to 227 in 2011. 9 such cases were reported and further reduced to 5 in the year 2013. However. Abduction Crime under this head has reported a mixed trend. with a slight increase. 91 cases were reported were reported.A REVIEW OF THE STATE OF POLICING IN HARIPUR DISTRICT (2010-2015) Murder: Crime under this head reported a mixed trend. It remained 82 for 2012 and reported a downward trend for 2013 with 75 cases and subsequently 54 cases for the year 2014. 12 .

Assault on Police A normal fluctuation is observed for the crime under this head since 11 cases were reported for the year 2010. However for the period 2012 and 2013 it registered a declining trend and 37 and 42 cases were reported. 20 such cases were reported. Thus. Assault on others 11 such cases were reported in 2010 while 10 were reported for 2011. The figure rose slightly to 10 in 2013 before decreasing to 8 cases in 2014. Burglary In 2010. Motor Vehicle Theft The crime under this head reported more or less a normal fluctuation. It stood at 48 cases in 2014. crime under this head has registered a decline over the past years. only 2 such cases were reported. 19 cases were registered in 2013 before a drastic reduction to 9 cases in 2014. Theft u/s 382 In the year 2010. Abduction Crime under this head has reported a normal fluctuation for the past 5 years. Dacoity 7 such cases were reported for the year 2010 which registered a sharp reduction to 1 in 2011 and 2 in 2012. It reported a sharp reduction for the year 2012 whereby 5 cases were reported. 14 cases were reported under this head for the year 2010 and 11 in 2011. Extortion There are no figures for the years prior to 2014. However it rose to 20 in 2012 and remained constant at 19 13 . 9 for 2011. 2 cases were registered for 2013 before coming to a figure of zero for the year 2014. In 2014. 21 cases were registered under this head which saw almost 50% reduction for the year 2011 when only 11 cases were registered in the district. 42 cases were reported for 2010 and then registered a slight increase to 43 in 2011. This decreasing trend has continued for the past two years where 1 case was reported for 2013 and 2 for 2014. It reached the highest number of cases in 2012 when 78 such cases were reported in the district. 6 for 2012. for the year 2013 and 2014 only 65 and 64 such cases were reported. For the year 2012. However. 49 cases were reported and then increased to 65 for the year 2011.

149 cases were reported under this head which decreased to 111 in 2011 and increased to 124 in 2012 and again decreased to 118 in 2013 and slightly increased to 124 cases in 2014. Cases under PHO In 2010. 14 . Cases under Arms Ordinance In 2010. Fatal Accidents 51 cases were reported in 2010. Crime under this head has shown normal fluctuations of increase and decrease. 381 cases were reported under this head which increased to 432 in 2011 and further increased to 559 in 2012 and again decreased to 548 in 2013 and rose to 672 cases in 2014. Cases U/S 279/336 PPC In 2010. Crime under this head has shown normal fluctuations of increase and decrease. However.throughout 2013. 792 cases were reported under this head which increased to 962 in 2011 and further increased to 1032 in 2012 and again increased to 1199 in 2013 and slightly decreased to 867 cases in 2014. drastic reduction was reported in 2014 when only 9 cases were registered under this head throughout the district. 1161 cases were reported under this head which increased to 1618 in 2011 and decreased to 1534 in 2012 and again increased to 1618 in 2013 and slightly increased to 1754 cases in 2014. the figures reached to 71 in 2013 before registering a reduction to 58 cases in 2014. 58 in 2011 and 62 in 2012. Crime under this head has shown normal fluctuations of increase and decrease. Crime under this head has shown normal fluctuations of increase and decrease. However. Non-Fatal Accidents In 2010.

h. e. b. Qualitative investigation for timely submission of Final Reports. g. Prompt arrest of accused & absconders.CORE AREAS OF THE ANNUAL POLICING PLAN: OBJECTIVES. f. Increased Police patrolling in the affected areas/police stations. Speedy action u/s 87 and 88 wherever required. Utilizing Forensic Aids to solve crimes/cases. Increased preventive action u/s 107/151 of CrPC. d. P/S City with 51 cases & P/S Saddar with 51 cases. Collection of Criminal Intelligence. INDICATORS AND ACTIONS PROTECTING LIFE OF CITIZENS MURDER OBJECTIVE: Reduction of incidents of Murder in the district CASES TO BE REDUCED: 11 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 13% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. 15 . TARGETS. c. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 69 cases.

ATTEMPTED MURDER OBJECTIVE: Reduction of incidents of Attempted Murder in the district CASES TO BE REDUCED: 7 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 8% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. c. Prompt arrest of accused & absconders. Increased Police patrolling in the affected areas/police stations. P/S Sarai Saleh Khanpur & KTS with 40 cases each. d. P/S City with 91 cases. 16 . b. Increased preventive action u/s 107/151 of CrPC. Qualitative investigation for timely submission of Final Reports. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 68 cases. e.

e. involved in the crime. d. Increased patrolling for deterrence. P/S City with 162 cases & P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 152 cases. 17 . kidnapping for ransom and child-lifting CASES TO BE REDUCED: 6 cases %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 37% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. Surveillance of the activities of organized groups. P/S KTS with 7 cases & P/S Saddar with 6 cases. c. Increased police patrolling in the affected areas. Increased role of conciliatory committees. KIDNAPPING OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of kidnapping. d. Qualitative investigation and early finalization of cases. Speedy investigation of the cases. Collection of intelligence about record of organized groups b. e. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S Khanpur with 187 cases. c. Increased preventive action u/s 107/151 CrPC.HURT OBJECTIVE: Reduction of incidents of Hurt in the district CASES TO BE REDUCED: 22 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 10% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. Keeping under constant review and monitoring of: P/S City with 19 cases. b.

ABDUCTION OBJECTIVE: Reduction of cases of Abduction in the district CASES TO BE REDUCED: 5 cases %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 11% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. ASSAULT ON POLICE OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of Assault on Police in the District CASES TO BE REDUCED: 2 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 18% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. Action against lodging false FIRs. Speedy finalization of investigations. Prompt arrest of the abducted women and their production in courts. Speedy investigation to distinguish cases of abduction from elopement. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 35 cases. Patrolling in sufficient numbers in specified areas to deter assaults. Prompt arrest of the accused. b. d. b. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 10 cases & P/S Khanpur with 6 cases. 18 . c. P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 33 cases & P/S Khanpur with 31 cases. d. c.

ROBBERY OBJECTIVE: Maintaining the crime at figures of last year (zero). f. Increased patrolling in the affected areas. Identification of affected areas. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 14 cases & P/S Saddar with 6 cases. b. g. Speeding investigation of the pending cases. Prompt arrest of the criminals.ASSAULT ON OTHERS OBJECTIVE: Reduction in incidents of assaults on others CASES TO BE REDUCED: 5 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 45% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. c. e. Increased patrolling for the prevention of this crime. Effective action against members of the gangs u/s 109/110 CrPC. d. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 5 cases & P/S City with 2 cases. c. 19 . Frequent consultation with the Criminal Record Office of the Criminal Investigation Agency in the district. d. PROTECTING PROPERTY OF CITIZENS DACOITY OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of Dacoity within the District CASES TO BE REDUCED: 2 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 72% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. b. Speedy arrest of criminals involved. Early finalization of investigations in such cases.

f. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 17 cases. g. c. Increased patrolling in the affected areas. e. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 17 cases & P/S Ghazi with 4 cases. P/S Saddar with 14 cases & P/S Khanpur with 13 cases. Consulting Criminal Record Office of the Criminal Investigation Agency in the district. b. CASES TO BE REDUCED: 5 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 24% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. e. modus operandi. Busting gangs involved in this crime. Liaison with the Criminal Record Office to obtain the particulars of the criminals with special emphasis on their c. f. d. b. BURGLARY OBJECTIVE: Reduction in the cases of burglary in the district. Use of Forensic Aids to bust gangs and identify criminals.KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. Effective patrolling in the affected areas. Qualitative action against habitual criminals u/s 109 and 110 CrPC. g. Speedy investigation of the pending cases. d. Prompt arrest of criminals. ORDINARY THEFT OBJECTIVE: Reduction in the cases of ordinary theft in the district. Qualitative preventive action u/s 109 and 110 CrPC Speedy investigation of ongoing cases. Speedy arrest of the accused. CASES TO BE REDUCED: 14 20 .

e. e. CAR THEFT OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of car theft in the district CASES TO BE REDUCED: 2 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 33% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. b. b. Increased use of forensic aids and testing laboratories. d. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 11 cases & P/S Ghazi with 4 cases MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of motor vehicle theft in the district. Keeping under surveillance activities of habitual criminals. Keeping surveillance on the gangs involved in this trade. Keeping liaison with other districts and exchanging c.%AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 18% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. d. Posting plain clothed men for identification of criminals. CASES TO BE REDUCED: 5 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 36% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: 21 . Speedy investigation of cases and prompt arrest of the accused. Qualitative action against habitual offenders u/s 109 and 110 of CrPC. Effective patrolling in the effective areas. c. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 58 cases & P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 41 cases. information on car thieves. Identification of places where from frequent theft takes place. f.

d. Increased effective patrolling on the highways and roads. Action against unlicensed driving. CASES TO BE REDUCED: 24 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 16% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. Action against rash and negligent driving. Increasing the traffic staff at dangerous points. Posting of plain clothed men for identification of criminals. Public awareness campaigns regarding traffic rules. Keeping surveillance of the gangs involved in this trade. b. c. Action against vehicles that are not road worthy. c. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 20 cases & P/S Saddar with 7 cases. b. Action against unlicensed driving. 22 . CASES TO BE REDUCED: 11 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 15% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a.a. e. d. c. Action against rash and negligent driving. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 19 cases. g. P/S Sarai Saleh with 19 cases & P/S City with 17 cases. ACCIDENTS FATAL ACCIDENTS OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of Fatal Accidents in the district. Identification of places where from frequent theft takes place. b. d. Increasing the traffic staff at dangerous points. NON FATAL ACCIDENTS OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of non-fatal accidents in the district. f. Increased effective patrolling on the highways and roads.

P/S Sarai Saleh with 125 cases & P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 106 cases.e. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S City with 193 cases. Public awareness campaigns regarding traffic rules. 23 . f. g. Action against vehicles that are not road worthy.

b. d. CASES TO BE REDUCED: 154 %AGE DECREASE IN CASES: 23% KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. b. Action against rash and negligent driving. LOCAL AND SPECIAL LAWS ARMS ORDINANCE OBJECTIVE: Increasing the rate of detection of illegals arms and ammunition. Collection of information about persons/groups engaged in this illegal trade. d. Organizing campaings for the detection and seizure of illicit arms. KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. ACTION UNDER PROHIBITION ORDER 24 . Effective patrolling and checking. P/S Ghazi with 426 cases & P/S Hattar with 409 cases. Public awareness campaigns regarding traffic rules. Inspection of Arms Dealers to ensure elimination of illegal trade. Increasing the traffic staff at dangerous points. Action against unlicensed driving. c. c. g. f. Action against vehicles that are not road worthy. Increased effective patrolling on the highways and roads. Keeping under constant review and monitoring the working of: P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah with 577 cases.RASH AND NEGLIGENT DRIVING OBJECTIVE: Reduction in cases of rash and negligent drivin in the district. e.

b. d. Targeting communities engaged in the supply of illegal liquor. Collection of secret information about persons.OBJECTIVE: Increasing the rate of detection KEY ACTIONS AND MECHANISMS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES AND DELIVER TARGETS: a. c. 25 . Collection of information for detection of preparation of indigenous alcohol. Effective patrolling to check illegal trade. hotels and medical stores indulging in the sale of illicit liquor. restaurants.

Assault on others. Dacoity. Robbery. Hurts. Motor Vehicle Theft (4 Heads in total) 26 . Hurts. Assault on Police. Dacoity. Theft. Kidnapping. Assault on others. Assault on Police. Abduction. Burglary. CATEGORY A POLICE STATIONS OF DISTRICT HARIPUR P/S City for: Murder. Burglary. Car Theft. Burglary and Rash and Negligent driving (5 Heads in total) P/S Saddar for: Murder. Category B: Police Stations showing crime under considerable heads. Attempted Murder. Abduction. Theft. Fatal and Non-Fatal Accidents (14 Heads in total) P/S Kot Najeeb Ullah for: Murder. Abduction.CATEGORIZATION OF POLICE STATIONS IN TERMS OF INTENSITY OF CRIME The following three categories have been devised to categorize the police stations according to their crime incidence: Category A: Police Stations showing incident of crime under the maximum heads. Category C: Police Stations showing crime under minimum heads. Attempted Murder. Motor Vehicle Theft. Fatal Accidents and Rash and negligent driving (8 Heads in total) CATEGORY B POLICE STATIONS OF DISTRICT HARIPUR P/S Khanpur for: Hurt.

CATEGORY C POLICE STATIONS OF DISTRICT HARIPUR P/S Ghazi for: Robbery and Car Theft (2 Heads of Crime) P/S Sarai Saleh for: Fatal and Non-Fatal Accidents P/S Amazai for: Action under Arms Ordinance P/S Hattar for: Action under Rash and negligent driving P/S Bheer P/S KTS 27 .

ANNEX-A: COMPARISON B/W 2013 & 2014 Offences Murder Attempted Murder Hurt Zina Extortion Kidnapping Kidnapping for ransom Abduction Assault on Police Assault on others Dacoity Robbery Burglary Theft Cattle Theft Car Theft Motorcycle Theft Fatal Accidents Non-Fatal Accidents Action Under 279/336 PHO Arms Ordinance 2013 75 68 178 4 Nill 5 Nill 42 10 1 2 8 19 46 19 9 3 71 118 548 1618 1199 2014 54 79 181 11 2 7 1 47 8 3 Nill 8 9 52 2 7 8 58 124 672 1754 867 Increase Decrease 21 11 3 7 2 2 1 5 2 2 2 10 6 7 2 5 13 6 124 136 332 28 .

H.O Arms Ordinance Local & Sp. for Ransom 77 91 230 4 9 12 4 82 90 227 8 16 11 2 83 91 223 11 10 8 0 75 68 178 4 6 5 0 54 79 181 11 9 6 1 371 419 1039 38 50 42 7 74 84 208 7.Serial No. Crime Head 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Average 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Murder Attempted Murder Hurt Zina U/S 376 Zina U/S 377 Kidnapping Kidn.6 10 8 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Child Lifting Abduction Assault on Police Assault on Others Extortion Dacoity Robbery Burglary Theft 382 Cattle Theft Car Theft Motor Vehicle Theft Car Snatching Motor Vehicle Snatching 0 42 11 11 0 7 15 21 49 0 43 9 10 0 1 16 11 65 1 36 6 5 0 2 1 20 78 0 42 10 1 0 2 1 19 65 1 47 8 2 2 0 0 9 64 2 210 44 29 2 12 33 80 321 0.5 2 6 16 60 5 14 2 3 5 11 0 2 6 8 0 2 1 8 3 4 2 5 0 0 19 46 5 11 4 9 1 2 22 23 Motor cycle theft Motor Cycle Snatching 3 0 4 0 3 3 3 0 8 1 21 4 4 1 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Fatal Accidents Non-fatal Accidents U/S 279/336 PPC P.5 42 9 6 0. Laws Miscellaneous Total 51 149 381 1161 792 202 462 3808 58 111 432 1618 962 232 595 4621 62 124 559 1534 1032 178 623 4709 71 118 548 1618 1199 159 906 5114 58 124 672 1754 867 622 956 5543 300 626 2592 7685 4852 1393 3542 23795 60 125 518 1537 970 278 708 4759 ANNEX-B: COMPARISON OF 5 YEARLY STATISTICS 29 .

ANNEX-C: POLICE STATION DISTRIBUTION OF 5 YEARLY CRIME STATISTICS Head of Crime Crime Year Murder 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Head of Crime Crim e Year P/S Cit y 10 13 15 6 7 51 P/S Cit y P/S Sadda r 18 14 6 8 5 51 P/S Sadda r P/S KT S 17 4 10 4 5 40 P/S KT S P/S KO T 10 14 16 17 12 69 P/S KO T P/S Hatta r 2 3 2 8 2 17 P/S Hatta r P/S Khanpu r 11 11 12 9 3 46 P/S Khanpu r P/S Ghaz i 7 10 5 8 6 36 P/S Ghaz i P/S Nara Amazai 2 3 1 1 2 9 P/S Sahal a 6 9 7 9 31 P/S Nara Amaza i P/S Sahal a P/S Bheer 4 7 7 3 21 P/S Bhee r 30 .

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Attempte d Murder 18 23 25 14 11 91 Total Head of Crime Crime Year 2010 2011 Hurt 2012 2013 2014 Total 22 11 4 6 43 9 7 8 7 10 41 20 15 15 8 10 68 4 6 4 4 3 21 P/S City P/S Saddar P/S KTS P/S KOT P/S Hattar 34 24 42 36 26 162 37 22 19 11 21 110 32 13 22 9 23 99 45 53 30 11 13 152 6 12 5 4 5 32 13 6 7 8 11 45 P/S Khanpu r 47 49 26 39 26 187 3 3 2 4 5 17 P/S Ghazi 28 26 25 25 25 129 Head of Crime Crim e Year P/S Cit y P/S Sadda r P/S KT S P/S KO T P/S Hatta r P/S Khanpu r P/S Ghaz i Kidnappin g 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 8 3 2 4 2 19 3 1 1 1 6 2 3 5 1 4 2 7 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 2 4 Total Head of Crime Crim e Year Fatal Accident s 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total P/S Cit y P/S Sadda r P/S KT S P/S KO T P/S Hatta r P/S Khanpu r P/S Ghaz i 14 10 13 17 5 59 13 7 2 2 24 1 1 3 5 15 19 15 21 19 89 5 6 2 3 5 21 2 3 3 2 6 16 1 5 4 1 11 Head of Crime Crim e Year P/S Cit y P/S Sadda r P/S KT S P/S KO T P/S Hatta r P/S Khanpu r P/S Ghaz i NonFatal Accident s 2010 2011 2012 2013 56 38 37 33 35 16 10 8 6 3 6 1 33 15 15 21 8 5 4 5 7 8 13 10 4 2 8 5 2 1 2 1 6 P/S Nara Amazai 1 8 3 6 5 23 P/S Nara Amaza i 2 1 3 P/S Nara Amaza i P/S Nara Amaza i - 11 17 9 14 51 8 8 8 24 P/S Sahala P/S Bheer 17 33 29 33 112 3 18 8 4 33 P/S Sahal a P/S Bhee r 1 1 - P/S Sahal a P/S Bhee r 12 24 16 19 71 3 1 4 P/S Sahal a P/S Bhee r 23 13 33 1 1 2 31 .

2012 2013 2014 Total 29 193 4 73 4 20 22 106 11 33 10 48 4 23 - 39 108 P/S Cit y 57 41 43 52 31 224 P/S Sadda r 38 53 56 38 60 245 P/S KT S 14 12 11 14 29 80 P/S KO T 56 86 166 135 134 577 P/S Hatta r 53 66 67 83 140 409 P/S Khanpu r 76 61 73 67 87 364 P/S Ghaz i 87 82 82 64 111 426 P/S Nara Amazai 2 3 4 9 P/S Sahal a 15 35 69 11 130 P/S Cit y 49 64 46 36 170 365 P/S Sadda r 21 13 12 9 30 85 P/S KT S 17 21 13 28 67 146 P/S KO T 41 33 33 29 95 231 P/S Hatta r 28 23 23 11 15 100 P/S Khanpu r 20 27 12 15 112 186 P/S Ghaz i 26 35 13 17 40 131 P/S Nara Amazai 1 56 57 P/S Sahal a 15 8 17 17 57 P/S KTS P/S KOT 31 73 39 53 10 206 78 60 88 117 133 476 P/S Hatta r 50 37 53 126 34 300 P/S Khanpu r 34 71 44 71 82 302 P/S City 157 171 210 317 335 1190 P/S Sadda r 53 73 19 32 71 248 P/S Ghazi 56 63 95 88 31 333 P/S Nara Amazai 3 1 4 9 27 44 1 5 P/S Bheer 16 24 23 35 98 P/S Bheer 1 18 1 20 P/S Sahala P/S Bheer 39 51 73 109 272 7 20 20 4 51 32 .2014 Total Head of Crime Crime Year Action u/s 279/336 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Head of Crime Crime Year 2010 Other 2011 Local & 2012 Special 2013 Laws 2014 Total Head of Crime Crime Year 2010 2011 Misc.

Head of Crime Crim e Year P/S Cit y P/S Sadda r P/S KT S P/S KO T P/S Hatta r P/S Khanpu r P/S Ghaz i Abductio n 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 4 10 5 8 8 35 6 5 2 1 6 20 3 4 3 3 8 21 11 5 6 7 4 33 2 3 2 7 8 4 4 6 9 31 7 6 5 3 2 23 P/S Nara Amaza i 1 1 3 5 P/S Ghaz i 1 1 2 4 P/S Nara Amazai - Total Head of Crime Crime Year Assault on Police 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Head of Crime Crime Year 2010 2011 PHO 2012 2013 2014 Total P/S Cit y 3 2 2 3 1 11 P/S City 280 423 411 405 414 1933 P/S Sadda r 4 4 P/S Sadda r 179 171 94 115 121 680 1 1 4 P/S KO T 1 2 1 1 1 6 P/S KTS P/S KOT 198 269 207 207 197 1078 179 209 199 218 220 1025 P/S KTS P/S Hatta r 1 3 4 P/S Khanpu r 1 2 2 1 6 P/S Hatta r 147 160 182 195 213 897 P/S Khanpu r 94 152 166 156 202 770 P/S Ghazi 84 133 116 116 152 601 P/S Nara Amazai 4 11 32 47 P/S Sahal a P/S Bhee r 5 10 3 18 4 2 3 2 11 P/S Sahal a 1 1 3 5 P/S Bheer - P/S Sahala P/S Bheer 93 137 173 154 557 8 18 22 44 92 33 .

Head of Crime Crim e Year P/S Cit y P/S Sadda r P/S KT S P/S KO T P/S Hatta r P/S Khanpu r P/S Ghaz i Arms Ordinanc e 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 134 151 177 150 115 727 133 125 85 100 90 533 143 123 79 111 66 522 129 168 188 235 187 907 54 60 76 100 77 367 93 117 111 136 119 576 81 96 131 143 54 505 Total P/S Nara Amaza i 25 21 25 31 19 121 P/S Sahal a P/S Bhee r 56 75 100 50 281 45 85 93 90 313 34 .

WE ARE LIKELY TO GET DISTORTED PICTURE OWING TO OCCASIONAL PHENOMENAL INCREASE AND INEXPLICABLE DECREASE UNDER SOME HEADS OF CRIME. WITH A VIEW TO DEVISING A PRAGMATIC FORMULA AVERAGE OF THE PREVIOUS FIVE YEARLY CRIME FIGURES UNDER EACH HEAD HAS BEEN ADOPTED AS THE REPRESENTATIVE FIGURE AS PHENOMENAL INCREASE AND INEXPLICABLE DECREASE IN SOME YEARS WILL GET MERGED IN THESE FIGURES OF CRIME TO REPRESENT A PRAGMATIC FIGURE. IF WE COMPARE THE CRIME OF THE PRECEEDING TWO YEARS. TARGETS SET IN SUCH AN EVENTUALITY WILL BE UNREALISTIC AS THESE WILL BE BASED PRIMARILY ON FREAKISH INCREASE/DECREASE IN CRIME. THEREFORE THE FORMULA FOR SETTING TARGETS HAS BEEN ADOPTED. % TARGET = (HIGHEST FIGURE OF LAST FIVE YEARS – AVERAGE OF FIVE YEARS) ×100 HIGHEST FIGURE OF LAST FIVE YEARS Example: Average of five years figures under head Murder = 74 Highest figures of five years under the head Murder = 83 Difference (81 – 78) = 09 % target for the year 2015 = 9 × 100 = 11 35 .ANNEX-D: FORMULA FOR SETTING TARGETS TO SET TARGET IS A DIFFICULT EXERCISE.

83ANNEXURE-E: AVAILABLE RESOURCES & REQUIRED RESOURCES Description Prevention Wing Investigatio n Wing Total S P DSs P Inspector s SubInspector s Assistant SubInspectors Head Constable s Foot Constable s Total 1 3 4 14 18 62 422 524 1 1 3 5 12 27 45 92 2 4 7 19 30 89 467 616 STRENGTH FOR LINES ESTABLISHMENT Description Inspector s SubInspectors Assistant SubInspectors Head Constables Foot Constables 1 2 2 8 - - 1 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 Required as per Police Rules Deployed from existing strength Sanction DEPLOYMENT ON TRAFFIC Descriptio n Required Deployed Sanction Inspector s 1 0 0 SubInspectors 2 1 0 Assistant SubInspectors 3 0 0 Head Constables 10 9 0 Foot Constables 20 14 0 JUDICIAL/PRISONER GUARDS Police Rule 18. Details [for 80 prisoners] Strength Required Sanctioned Head Constables 8 1 Foot Constables 32 4 36 .37 provide for 10 to 12 under trial prisoners: 1 Head Constable and 4 Foot Constables for escort duties.45 and 18. At present there are 50 under trial prisoners.

1 Constable for 450 persons 1 Head Constable for 10 Constables 1 Assistant Sub Inspector for 5 Head Constables 1 Sub-Inspector for 100 Constables. d. From the above figures. b. c.Deficiency 7 28 REQUISITE POLICE STRENGTH Chapter 2. below is the requirement: Description Number Sub-Inspectors 21 Assistant Sub-Inspectors 42 Head Constables 210 Foot Constables 2108 DEFICIENCY IN STRENGTH BASED ON POPULATION Description Required Strength as per Police Rules Present Strength Shortfall Sub-Inspector Assistant SubInspector Head Constables Foot Constables 21 42 210 2108 17 4 32 10 80 130 463 1645 37 . Para 2 provide that there shall be: a.

c. the following should be the strength: Description Sub-Inspector Number 65 Assistant SubInspector 65 Head Constables Foot Constables 65 785 TRANSPORT FACILITIES OF DISTRICT HARIPUR Type of Vehicle Pick Up Hi-Lux Suzuki Jeep Truck Bus Ambulance Prisoner Van Shazore Motor Car Motor Cycle Number 18 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 35 38 . b. 1 Sub Inspector 1 Assistant Sub-Inspector 1 Head Constable 12 Constables Based on 2006 statistics with a total of 4. for every 75 cases there shall be: a.STRENGTH ON BASIS OF CRIME STATISTICS According to Police Rules. d.911 cases.

CONDITIONS OF TRANSPORT Type of Vehicle Pick Up Jeep Truck Ambulance Prisoner Van Bus Shazore Motor Car Motorcycle Total 18 5 1 1 1 1 2 1 35 In-Poor Condition 81 4 1 - Out of Order 1 0 1 REQUIREMENT OF STRENGTH Description On the Basis of Population On the Basis of Crime Available Short fall on the basis of population Short fall on the basis of crime Strength Required Inspector s SubInspectors Assistant SubInspectors Head Constables Foot Constables 0 21 42 210 2108 0 7 65 19 65 30 65 89 785 467 0 4 10 130 1645 0 46 35 - 316 2 10 17 89 858 39 .

ADDITIONAL TRANSPORT REQUIREMENTS Description Traffic Staff P/S Nara P/S Pir Sohawa Police Lines SDPOs Total Type of Vehicle 1 Pick up 1 Pick up 1 Pick up 2 Pick ups 2 Jeeps 5 Pick-ups and 2 Jeeps 40 .