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Capital Territory Police

Islamabad Capital Territory Police
Common name Islamabad Capital Territory Police
Abbreviation ICT Police
Motto Lets beat crime together
Agency overview
Formed 1981
Preceding agency Municipal Police
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction* Capital city of Islamabad, Pakistan
Size 906.50 square kilometer
Population 1,875,000
Legal jurisdiction Islamabad City
General nature
Operational structure
Agency executive Tahir Alam Khan PSP, Inspector General of Police
Stations 22
* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.

The Capital Territory Police is a police force formed in 1981 to police Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan. The force is headed by a senior officer (BS-21) of the Police Service of Pakistan, who serves as the Inspector General of the law enforcement agency. Currently, there are three divisions:[1]

The police force's mission statement reads
To uphold the rule of law with due regard to human rights and human dignity; to serve the people with honesty and efficiency, with courtesy and respect, with commitment and dedication, in striving to achieve the highest professional standards[2]

Police Stations

  • 1 Aabpara
  • 2 Bahrakau
  • 3 Banigala
  • 4 Golra
  • 5 Industrial Area
  • 6 Karachi Company
  • 7 Khanna
  • 8 Kohsar
  • 9 Kural
  • 10 Lohi Baher
  • 11 Margallah
  • 12 Nilor
  • 13 Noon
  • 14 Ramna
  • 15 Sazbi Mandi
  • 16 Secretariat
  • 17 Shahzad Town
  • 18 Shalimar
  • 19 Shams Colony
  • 20 Sihala
  • 21Tarnol
  • 22 Women


  • 24 Hours Help Line.
  • Emergency help.
  • Theft Reporting Counter.
  • Child Lost Found centre.
  • Medical unit.
  • Blood Donor's Directory.
  • Security Alarm System.
  • Duty Officer.
  • Mobile Forensic Lab.
  • Mobile Unit.
  • Admin Section.
  • Armed Response Unit.
  • Miscellaneous Facilities
  • Man Power

Crime Investigation Agency (CIA)

CIA is the investigation wing of Islamabad Capital Territory Police working under supervision of an SP. It is responsible for tracing out heinous cases referred to it by SSP Islamabad. Its office is located at I-9 Markaz and presently DSP Bashir Noon is heading the wing with 70 officers. Lots of high profile and important cases have been traced out by DSP Bashir Noon. He is known for his professional expertise and without doubt is an asset to the department. During the year 2006-2007 about 200 cases were referred to CIA for Investigation. Out of which 126 cases have been traced out. They worked out 11 cases of kidnapping and 09 miscellaneous cases. The wing has developed over the years specialized skills to trace out the gangs and criminals behind the heinous crimes as they incessantly keep on diligently working and tracing out the links of criminal gangs with various types of crimes. Overall it busted 21 gangs during the year 2007. Anti Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) is another wing of CIA. It is headed by an Inspector having 48 personnel.And it is working effectively.

Pictures Gallery

City Police

Traffic Police


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Islamabad Traffic Police

External links

  • Official Website

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