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Punjab Safe Cities Authority developed Mobile App for Women Safety Education Pakistan 

Punjab Safe Cities Authority developed Mobile App for Women Safety

Punjab Safe Cities Authority developed Mobile App for Women Safety

Punjab government started  a Mobile App that empowers ladies to report any sorth of harassment  straightforwardly to the crisis reaction police with just one button.

The application, an expansion of Punjab Safe Cities Authority’s current application, permits ladies in trouble to report a badgering episode to the Police Integrated Command, Control and Communication (PPIC3).

The PPIC3 would have the capacity to track the area of the complainant through GPRS and dispatch a group to handle the circumstance. Mobile phone App has been propelled by the Special Monitoring Unit as a team with the Punjab Safe Cities Authority and the Punjab Commission on the Status of Women.

The application, created by the Punjab Safe Cities Authority, incorporates a unique catch that gives fast access to helpline (1043), data on the Women-on-Wheels crusade and permits clients to check dangerous areas. There are likewise different elements.

Punjab Commission on the Status of Women Chairman Fauzia Viqar said that a “dangerous” to track the location of the complainant through GPRS and dispatch a team to handle the situation. Mobile phone App has been launched by the Special Monitoring Unit in collaboration with the Punjab Safe Cities Authority and the Commission of Punjab for safe Women Project

Managing Director DIG Ali Amir Malik, stated that inauguration of Mobile App, that daily  we receive  10,000 calls of which just 1,500 were veritable and the rest were bogus call. Malik also stated Punjab Safe Cities Authority is running a Facebook page where every one can report issue they faced.