Dolphin Force
Dolphin Force

Chief Minister (CM) Punjab Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday declared the personnel of Dolphin Force the new face of Punjab police. While addressing the ceremony of passing out parade of Dolphin Force in Lahore Chohang, CM Punjab said that the establishment of Dolphin Force in Pakistan is a big achievement and will assist in crushing out street crimes. He made it obvious that the personnel have been nominated in the force on merit and will prove to be ‘Shaheen’ against criminals. He also thanked President of Turkey for their cooperation in training Dolphin Force.

In Udru:ڈالفن فورس
Motto:Crushing out street crimes
Equipment:Uniforms and Motorbikes and Bluetooth microphone-equipped helmets
Cost of Helmets:Rs 35000
Cost of Bluetooth :Rs ——–
Cost of Motorbike:Rs 1 million
Cost of Uniform:Rs 50000
Motorbikes:500CC Honda bikes
Trained by:Turkish counterparts
Master trainers:25 police officers from Lahore who were flown to Turkey to be trained
Training cost:Rs50m was spent on training the master trainers
Height for Male (if you want to join):Minimum 5’ Feet and 9” Inches
Chest for Male:Minimum 33×34 ½ Inches
Qualification:Candidates possessing FA or equivalent degree
Age of Candidate:Between 18 to 25 years
Driver Constable:LTV Driving License with 2 years experience is compulsory
Running Test:Candidates have to run 1.6 KM in 7 minutes
Agency overview
Formed:Launched in April
Headquarters:Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Employees:700 officers In first Phase
Uniform Colour:Black & Red combination
Jurisdictional Structure
Governing Body:Punjab Police
Operational Structure
Overviewed By:Government of Punjab
Headquarters:Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Executive:DIG Haider Ashraf

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Dolphin Force has a good Equipment


Dolphin Force for street crime

It is hard to miss the latest addition to Lahore’s ever-growing police force. With their spanking new uniforms, top-of-the-line motorbikes and Bluetooth microphone-equipped helmets, personnel of the Dolphin Force (DF), launched in April, can easily be spotted as they patrol Lahore’s streets with an aim to curb crime. “When they’re on the street, the police receive fewer calls,” says Operations DIG Haider Ashraf, adding that the crime rate has already decreased in Model Town and Saddar, especially during the force’s patrolling hours.[1] It is hard to miss the latest addition to Lahore’s

Official statistics

Dolphin Force on Petroling

The stats partially seem to back his claim: according to official statistics, the city saw 151 street robberies in April this year. It is too early, however, to establish a comprehensive success rate. But beyond its shiny exterior and early reports of success, is this new branch of Lahore’s hydra-headed police force really worth the nearly one billion rupees of investment.[2] The stats partially seem to  —–   back his claim

DFs 1st batch of officers

Dolphin Force going to snap checking

The DF’s first batch of officers is already plagued by ill planning and a lack of resources, a closer examination has revealed. The 700 officers on patrol have only been given one uniform each. Officers have eight-hour shifts daily and have no choice but to reuse the same uniform for their shifts the next day. Adding insult to injury, the Rs50,000 uniform is made out of parachute material, which is unsuitable for Lahore’s sweltering heat: four DF officers have fainted while on duty. To address this problem new cotton uniforms, to be made in Sialkot, have been requested. They will supposedly be ready within the next month. Another expensive error is the choice of 500CC Honda bikes. Bought for Rs1 million each, the DF was initially given 35, with a plan to eventually take the number of bikes up to 300.One wonders why such heavy bikes were chosen when there is not a single workshop in the city equipped to repair them. Any serious damage to the bikes would force the department to park them in the garage.[3] The DF’s first batch of officers is already plagued

DIG Ashraf says

A Best prade by Dolphin Force

DIG Ashraf says the department is working to resolve this issue as well. “We have finalised a deal with Honda Pakistan,” he states. “They are bringing in equipment required to repair the bikes.” The helmets to be worn by the officers — bought at Rs35,000 apiece — are also unlikely to be put to full use anytime soon; the Bluetooth attached to the helmets has not been integrated into the force’s communication system yet. The officers were supposed to have cameras on their uniforms in order to record their interaction with the public, but given the expenses these have not been installed yet either. A much-touted tracking device has also not been put into place.[4] DIG Ashraf says the —   department is working

How to trained

Dolphin Force trained by turky

Allegedly, Rs50m was spent on training the master trainers — 25 police officers from Lahore who were flown to Turkey to be trained by their Turkish counterparts. After returning home, the master trainers were supposed to train the entire force. But 25 officers can only train so many individuals. They have to leave their active duty for three months to train their fellow officers, which reduces the number of officers available for patrolling.“If we want to train other candidates for the force, we’ll first have to master our skills on these bikes,” [5] Allegedly, Rs50m was ———- spent on training

Interesting Fact

CM Shebaz Sharis at Dolphin Force Complex
Dolphin Squad is upgraded force of Punjab Police which is much efficient against the street crimes. Punjab Government has taken this initiative as compare to other provinces of Pakistan and currently the performance of this force is praise able because it reaches the crime place as soon as possible and takes over the situation. [6] Dolphin Squad is upgraded force of Punjab

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