Crime & Justice

In Peshawar alone, Dispute Resolution Councils (DRCs) have resolved 1,681 cases since 2014.

Law enforcement agencies have killed 1,865 terrorists and arrested 5,611 suspects in the past two years.

The 12,400 police officers trained at these institutions are better equipped to ensure security, police officials say.

Authorities have arrested several suspects in the brutal murder of a journalism student accused of blasphemy.

Inspector General of Police Salahuddin Khan Mehsud took over March 30 after leading the KP Counter-Terrorism Department for more than two years.

The speedy trial of terrorists in military courts is essential for security, supporters say. But rights groups have some serious concerns.

The State Bank of Pakistan established a new data tracking centre with modern technology to flag suspicious transactions.

The department is seeking the help of elders in combatting a variety of social ills.

Details on 260,000 criminals are now part of the provincial Criminal Record Management System.

The government is working with foreign countries to prevent the spread of hatred and promotion of militancy in Pakistan.