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Chief Traffic Officer, City Traffic Police, Lahore

Posted by on Jun 27, 2013 | Comments Off on Chief Traffic Officer, City Traffic Police, Lahore

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Introduction And Background

City Traffic Police is a Public Friendly & Service Oriented, new initiated envisioned by the Government of the Punjab and executed by the Punjab Police.Un-precedented growth in two wheelers and four wheelers in the city and growing in capacity of the old Traffic Management System, resulted in conceiving and launching the Traffic Warden System in Lahore. The very designation “Traffic Warden” is carefully selected to replace the word “Warden” for the “Police” clearly depicts the intention & objective of the Government and the Punjab Police. The Traffic Wardens are meant to “take care” of the road users, instead of “Police” them. The natural corollary of the main theme is “Courtesy”, “Help” and ensured adherence of general Principles and laid down rules of Traffic.City Traffic Police comprises of approx. 3000 Traffic Wardens freshly recruited and trained. The base line education criteria for these Wardens is graduation. The Punjab Government has created a new Service i.e. “Traffic Wardens Services” which provides the operating and governing rules for the Traffic Wardens.Recently the government has placed the City Traffic Police under the command of Capital City Police Officer, Lahore to create a unity of command and for better management. Previously the Traffic Police was under the command of Deputy Inspector General Traffic, Punjab.The Traffic wardens are committed to excellence in Traffic Management, highest standards of integrity and courtesy.
Previous News & Press Release
Announcement:From 15th November 2011 onwards the frequency of official FM radio ‘FM 88.8’ of City Traffic Police Lahore, would be changed to ‘FM 88.6’.
News Letter Volume: 13

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First Aid

First Aid Road Accidents

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Many deaths and impact of injuries can be prevented with First Aid if causalities are treated immediately.

 

First aid is the initial care given to an injured person. Mostly, this timely care prior to the arrival of the medical help means the difference between life and death.

It must start immediately when the injury or illness occurs and continue until medical help arrives or the casualty recovers.

The basic aims of first aid are:

  • To save life
  • To protect the casualty from getting more harm
  • To reduce pain and Priorities of Casualty Treatment

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Priorities of Casualty Treatment

  • Asphyxia
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Severe Haemorrhage (Bleeding)
  • Other Injuries/Illnesses
  • Shock

IMMEDIATE REQUIREMENT

Critical Four Minutes

One of the most common causes of a road accident death is due to loss of oxygen supply. This is mostly caused by a blocked airway. Normally it takes less than four minutes for a blocked airway to cause death.

The ‘golden hour’

The first hour after the trauma is called the ‘golden hour’. If proper first aid is given, road accident victims has a greater chance of survival and a reduction in the severity of their injuries.

Traffic Violations
Code No. Violations Fine
Motor Cycle Motor Car / Jeep etc. Ltv / Htv /PSV/ Private or Public Carrier
1 Exceeding prescribed speed limit 200 500 750
2 Carrying passengers in a public service vehicle exceeding permissible limit 500 750
3 Violation of traffic signals   (electrical or manual) 200 500 1000
4 Over loading a goods vehicle 500 500
5 Driving a motor vehicle at night without proper lights 200 300 500
6 Driving a motor vehicle on the wrong side of the road 200 500 750
7 Driving a motor vehicle with tinted/covered glasses 500
8 Violation of line/lane/zebra crossing etc. 200 300 500
9 Playing a motor vehicle where and when prohibited. 200 300 750
10 Obstructing traffic 200 500 1000
11 Reckless and negligent driving. 300 500 1000
12 Driving a motor vehicle without driving license 200 500 1000
13 Using a pressure horn, musical horn or using any other horn in a silence zone 200 200 750
14 Emitting excessive smoke. 200 300 750
15 Driving an unregistered motor vehicle 200 500 1000
16 Driving in violation of age limit 300 500 1000
17 Driving a motor vehicle without fitness certificate 1000
18 Driving without or in violation of condition of route permit 1000
19 Riding a two wheel motorcycle without safety helmet 200
20 Pillion riding by more than two persons 300
21 Use of hand-held mobile phone while driving. 200 500 1000
22 Non-fastening of seat belt while driving on a notified road 500 750
23 Violation of parking rules 200 500 1000
24 Violation of any other provision of the Ordinance or the rules made there under punishable under section 112 200 300 500

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City Traffic Police is a Public Friendly & Service Oriented, new initiated envisioned by the Government of the Punjab and executed by the Punjab Police.

Un-precedented growth in two wheelers and four wheelers in the city and growing in capacity of the old Traffic Management System, resulted in conceiving and launching the Traffic Warden System in Lahore. The very designation “Traffic Warden” is carefully selected to replace the word “Warden” for the “Police” clearly depicts the intention & objective of the Government and the Punjab Police. The Traffic Wardens are meant to “take care” of the road users, instead of “Police” them. The natural corollary of the main theme is “Courtesy”, “Help” and ensured adherence of general Principles and laid down rules of Traffic.

City Traffic Police comprises of approx. 3000 Traffic Wardens freshly recruited and trained. The base line education criteria for these Wardens is graduation. The Punjab Government has created a new Service i.e. “Traffic Wardens Services” which provides the operating and governing rules for the Traffic Wardens.

Recently the government has placed the City Traffic Police under the command of Capital City Police Officer, Lahore to create a unity of command and for better management. Previously the Traffic Police was under the command of Deputy Inspector General Traffic, Punjab.

The Traffic wardens are committed to excellence in Traffic Management, highest standards of integrity and courtesy.

Mission Statment
Traffic Management through professionalism, with participation of the road users, in collabration with the stake holders and respective government agencies, with highest standards of integrity and in ensurance with the principle of equality before the Law for every one. While Delivering the service Traffic Warden is committed to achieve the highest level of costomer satisfection through courtesy and helping them when they are on road.

Shared Vision
We see ourselves as Protectors of Lives on the Roads.
We shall inspire the world by making roads of Lahore the safest and most pleasant.
We harbinger of change in Traffic Management & Road Safety.
Salient Features

For optimum efficiency, force functions in shifts.
Force comprises of Educated Officers.
Emphasis is given on smart turnout and professionalism.
Effective accountability and senior command accountable for misdeeds of subordinates.
No interference from any quarter.
Complete delegation of authority and responsibility.
Only moving violations checked. Force responsible for traffic discipline, safety of commuters and initial action in crimes.
Better pay, conducive working conditions, dependable mobility, intensive professional training and induction of foreign trainers are critical factors for the success of department.
Officer cadre for enforcement.
Close supervision and effective command.
Distinct uniform and smart turn out.
SOPs for all operational activities.

City Division
Senior Traffic Officer is responsible for all the supervisory & managerial matters within his division, comprising of five Circles. Each supervised by Traffic Officer (DSP). Distribution of City Division can be observed as under:

Senior Traffic Officer (STO/City)

Sr.No. Name of Circles Number  of Sectors Name of Sectors

1

City

3

Kotwali, Railway Station, Misri Shah

2

Mughalpura

3

Ghari Shahu, Mcleoad Road, Mughalpura

3

Cantt

4

Mall-I, Mall-II, Cantt , GOR-I

4

Anarkali

3

Mall-III, Lower Mall, Anarkali

5

Shahdara

3

Ravi Road, Lorry Adda, Shahdra
Total  Sectors

16

City Division
Senior Traffic Officer is responsible for all the supervisory & managerial matters within his division, comprising of five Circles. Each supervised by Traffic Officer (DSP). Distribution of City Division can be observed as under:

Senior Traffic Officer (STO/City)

Sr.No. Name of Circles Number  of Sectors Name of Sectors

1

City

3

Kotwali, Railway Station, Misri Shah

2

Mughalpura

3

Ghari Shahu, Mcleoad Road, Mughalpura

3

Cantt

4

Mall-I, Mall-II, Cantt , GOR-I

4

Anarkali

3

Mall-III, Lower Mall, Anarkali

5

Shahdara

3

Ravi Road, Lorry Adda, Shahdra
Total  Sectors

16

Previous News & Press Release
Announcement:From 15th November 2011 onwards the frequency of official FM radio ‘FM 88.8’ of City Traffic Police Lahore, would be changed to ‘FM 88.6’.
News Letter Volume: 13
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