After operations and investigations, Anti-vehicle Lifting Squad (AVLS) has created its own control room. This control room will be connected with the National Database Registration Authority (NADRA), Police, and Excise and Taxation Department.
NADRA database will help in tracking down the thieves of the vehicles.
This control room is created at the office of AVLS SP Awais Malik in Gulberg, Lahore. It will be helpful in searching for the stolen vehicles. The Anti-vehicle Lifting Squad (AVLS), which is a special wing of Lahore police, has been digitalised for this purpose. The information of stolen vehicles will now be received in this control room.
The record of the past six years of stolen vehicles has already been updated in the control room. A crime mapping system is also integrated with this office.
This new step by AVLS is very noticeable and will help the citizens in registering their complaints about their stolen vehicles on the control room of AVLS.
The officers in the AVLS are already equipped with advanced and state-of-the-art technology to find stolen vehicles, and arrest the gangs involved in the increasing vehicle-lifting business.
The number of gangs of car and motorcycle thieves is already increased in the city. We hear news every other day about car and motorcycle theft.
The Lahore Police is already in love with the technology. Earlier, it launched vehicle verification system, emergency alert system, SMS service, Hi-tech ANPR cameras, monitoring through Skype system, online tenant registration system, video conferencing system, and many other technologies.
Earlier, it was reported that the Special Monitoring Unit (SMU), Law and Order, Chief Minister’s Office with the collaboration of Excise and Taxation (E&T) launched a vehicle registration system, which allows the people to register their vehicles at the point of sale. The step was initiated to curb the vehicle-related frauds.