Winning trust is crucial to reducing crime.
Women police are better able to engage with communities.
Visual data helps formulate strategies to prevent crime.
It is becoming more and more difficult to tackle cybercrime.
Social biases must not come in the way of police work.
A new approach to policing can result in welcome changes.
In Pakistan, the police culture remains colonial.
Providing safe spaces to women is a collective responsibility.
Policemen have a gendered view of GBV.
Male minors are wrongly perceived to be immune from abuse.
Officers cannot be expected to excel at every policing task.
The more people see women in public spaces, the more they get used to it.
Secondary victimisation in the criminal justice system is a reality for many who have experienced violent crimes.
Society often overlooks its own culpability.
Studies have established the positive role of women in building peace.
Technology can revolutionise Pakistan’s police forces.
The juvenile justice system is not what it was supposed to be.
The police station is the pivot for the implementation of laws.