Sindh police launches ‘Talash’ app to tackle street crimes in Karachi

The Talash (search) app was introduced by Sindh Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ghulam Nabi Memon at Central Police Office in an effort to combat street crime in Karachi with the help of contemporary technology.
According to media reports, the regional police head said that the app would be an “effective tool” in the fight against crime at the launch event.
“This Talash App will be utilised as an effective and best weapon against crimes and in taking action against criminals,” the IGP said.
The device’s goal was to enhance criminal investigation and eradication, he continued, adding that the Sindh police were using technology more frequently to reduce crime.
Memon stated that a committee had been established to give investigators modern training, and that Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah had authorised spending money to strengthen policing by purchasing “world-class technology.”