ISLAMABAD: Qazi Jamilur Rehman, an officer of Police Service of Pakistan (PSP), on Friday assumed the charge of Islamabad Inspector General of Police.

On arrival at Central Police Office, a smartly turned out contingent of Islamabad police presented him a guard of honor. He had an introductory meeting with all senior officials of Islamabad police later.

He was also briefed by all Divisional Heads about their performance.

Qazi Jamilur Rehman belongs to 25th Common and a grade-20 (Deputy Inspector General of Police) officer. He joined police force in 1998 as ASP and has served as District Police Officer (DPO) Swabi, Senior Superintendent of Police (Investigation) Peshawar, DPO Nowshera, DPO Abbottabad, DIG Malakand, DIG (Special Branch), CCPO Peshawar and also in Intelligence Bureau.

Published in Dawn, January 9th, 2021

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