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Dig China Presentation Amended

  1. 1. CORRUPTION PREVENTION THROUGH HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE A CONCEPTUAL & ANALYTICAL PRESENTATION By Syed Ibne Hussain, PSP Deputy Inspector General of Police, National Highways & Motorway Police Islamic Republic of Pakistan
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TO NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE
  3. 3.  PAKISTAN MOTORWAY POLICE (PMP) COMMENCED ITS OPERATIONS ON ISLAMABAD – LAHORE MOTORWAY ON 26TH NOVEMBER 1997.  OLD G.T. ROAD WAS ALSO ENTRUSTED TO PMP IN MARCH, 2001 AND THE ORGANIZATION WAS RENAMED AS “NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE”.  TOTAL ENFORCEMENT AREA = 2460 KM  HUGE TRAFFIC BURDEN  Freight Traffic 95%  Passengers Traffic 90% NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 3
  4. 4. Service above self to ensure safety and provideService above self to ensure safety and provide assistance to road users. In this endeavour, it isassistance to road users. In this endeavour, it is our commitment to give due respect to all roadour commitment to give due respect to all road users, be fair, equitable and to uphold ethicalusers, be fair, equitable and to uphold ethical practices at all times…practices at all times… MISSION STATEMENT NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 4
  5. 5. National Highways & Motorway Police • A Corruption Free Department • Nominee for UN Best Public Service Organisation Awards • Nominee for ADB Best Efficiency Awards
  6. 6. NATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY BUREAU OF PAKISTAN DECLARED National Highways & Motorway Police A CORRUPTION FREE DEPARTMENT SEMINAR ON ANTICORRUPTION STRATEGIES BY NAB 2002 NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 6
  7. 7. United Nations Organisation has nominated National Highways & Motorway Police for Best Public Service Organisation Awards NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 7
  8. 8. Asian Development Bank has nominated National Highways & Motorway Police for Best Efficiency Awards NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 8
  9. 9. HOW WAS IT POSSIBLE? NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 9 • CHANGING POLICE CULTURE • TRAINING ECOLOGY • WORKSTATION ECOLOGY
  10. 10. NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 10 Changing Police Culture  EXCEPTIONAL POLITICAL WILL  PM’s Initiative  Attractive Package  Protection from political interference  RULE OF LAW  Equal & Fair Application of Law  Raised the status/authority of police officers  Pride in their jobs & in their organisation
  11. 11. C U L T U R A L N E G A T I V E P O L I C E C O N D U C T : T H E C U L T U R A L M A T R I X Research by Dr. Wasim Kausar and Dr. Johnston at University of EXTER U.K. on : Negative Police conductResearch by Dr. Wasim Kausar and Dr. Johnston at University of EXTER U.K. on : Negative Police conduct be changed by improvement in Training and Work Station Ecologybe changed by improvement in Training and Work Station Ecology NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 11 Police Culture
  12. 12. Training Ecology A Practical Approach
  13. 13. STRATEGY FOR RECRUITMENT & SELECTION OF DEPUTATIONISTS
  14. 14.  Graduation as minimum standard  ASI and above only  Clean record  Physical fitness  Selection on merit  Attractive pay & allowances in comparison to their parent department NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 14
  15. 15. STRATEGY FOR NEWLY RECRUITED OFFICERS
  16. 16.  T.N.A. To Assess Training Needs  SWOT Analysis: TNA Technique  Qualified Instructors  Modern techniques of instruction  Syndicate/participative system  Simulation exercises  Case studies  Driving skills  Respectful Training Environment  Foreign training (UK, Germany & France) NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 16
  17. 17. Workstation Ecology A Conceptual Exegesis
  18. 18. LEVEL P A S T P R E S E N T F U T U R E J O B A C H I E V E M E N T S J O B E X P E C T A T I O N S T I M E W I D E N E D G A P B E T W E E N E X P E C T A T I O N A N D A C H I E V E M E N T S H O W N B Y T H E J - C U R V E IVO.K.F. Feierabend: ‘Anger, Violence and Politics’; 1992; Page: 111. HRD StrategyHRD Strategy:: Widened gap between Job Expectations and Job Achievements creates frustration.Widened gap between Job Expectations and Job Achievements creates frustration. J – CURVE MODEL NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 18
  19. 19. Relative Deprivation Pessimism Insecurity Aggression Societal Dualism Un-Stable Ecology Un-Healthy Environment Pent-Up Emotions Financial Stringency Frustration STRESS Research by Dr. Wasim Kausar and Dr. Johnston at University of Exeter, UK HRD Strategy: Improved Training and Work Station Ecology reduces STRESS STRESS PRONE PERSONALITY DISORDER NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 19
  20. 20. Workstation Ecology Practical Reforms
  21. 21.  Manageable span of control  Chain of Command  Neat and clean working environment  Mess facility  Sports activities  Shift system and Monthly Rest  Only moving violations be checked. No documents seized.  Force responsible for traffic discipline, safety of commuters and initial action in crimes. NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 21 Workstation Reforms
  22. 22. Welfare  Well Paid  Medical Facilities through Combined Military Hospital (CMH) For NH&MP Employees  Rewards  Annual rewards  Criteria: Good works, helps to commuters, accident / crime management, enforcement NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 22 Job Satisfaction Through Welfare
  23. 23.  Vigilances/ Inspections/ Surprise Checks  CPO as Supervisory Officer  SP as Competent Authority for deciding punishments  DIG & IG as Appellate Authority  Every complaint is dealt in all seriousness and is decided on merit  Daily monitoring of calls made by commuters at Help Line 130 by Zonal Commander & Sector Commander to check response & behavior of patrolling officers  Close coordination with transporters, media and members of civil society for “Civilian Oversight”  Checks on NH&MP Officers  Outsourced Fine Collection Units collecting fines imposed by NH&MP  The violator is given an option to accept/contest the penalty NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 23 Internal Accountability System
  24. 24. HELP FIRST – PENALIZE LATER PROVISION OF PROMPT & SIGNIFICANT HELP PUBLIC FRIENDLY POLICING
  25. 25.  Establishment of Guidance Centres  Lost & Found children  Establishment of Help Line 130  Mobile Education Units  SMS Information Service  First Aid services  State of the art rescue equipment  Trauma & medical relief centres  Minimum weaponry displayed  Polio Vaccination campaign  Establishment of Drivers Training Schools  Multan  Kamra  Motorway chowk, rawalpindi  Kamonke  Sheikhupura NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 25 SOFT & FRIENDLY POLICING
  26. 26. HELP FIRST – PENALIZE LATER CRIME REDUCTION PUBLIC FRIENDLY POLICING
  27. 27. Average Helps per Month = 80394 Average Helps per day = 2643 HELPS RENDERED NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 27 Data collected from Computer Bureau, NH&MP, Islamabad
  28. 28. 351 72 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Before NH&MP After NH&MP Enforcement Agencies No.ofDacoities 80% Decrease COMPARISON OF ROBBERIES/DACOITIESCOMPARISON OF ROBBERIES/DACOITIES AVERAGE DECREASE IN CRIME : 80% NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 28 Data collected from Computer Bureau, NH&MP, Islamabad
  29. 29. An Agent of change National Highways & Motorways Police
  30. 30. Motorway Police: An Agent of Change  Replication of NH&MP Model  Punjab Highway Patrol  Islamabad Traffic Police  Traffic Wardens  All the above three are also considered corruption free organisations NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 30
  31. 31. THANKS THANKS NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAY POLICE, PAKISTAN 31

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