Friday, 09 May 2014 11:59
The Federal Government has approved appointment of Kamal Uddin Tipu, a grade-20 officer of the Police Service of Pakistan, as Executive Member of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) in Islamabad. Tipu, as he is more commonly known, is DIG from the Police Service and was posted on deputation in UNOAU until recently. In 2007, he has held the office of General Manager PEMRA in Lahore.
He joined Police in 1989 as ASP and served at various positions in the three provinces of Pakistan. As Deputy Director Planning and Research & TNA at National Police Academy he was in charge of the team that reviewed the entire training curricula of police and designed the first Initial Command Course which is still taught at the academy. During his service in Frontier Constabulary (FC) he managed and supervised operations and deployment in 16 FC districts and coordinated with police and other law enforcement agencies.
Working as Director Planning in National Motorways and Highways Police he monitored various projects and was also responsible for Foreign Training of Police Officers. He ensured equal participation of women police officers in all trainings. As a member of the Steering Committee on Human Rights and Gender issues of National Police Bureau he was instrumental in developing the SOPs for dealing with women victims of violence and investigating crimes against women. During his last assignment in Pakistan as DIG Headquarters Islamabad Police in addition to the supervision & management of Logistics Division of Islamabad Police he had the responsibility of Human Resources development & Career Planning of Officers. He supported and encouraged women officers to opt for local and international trainings to bring them at par with their male colleagues.