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About Traffic Police Peshawar:

Peshawar Traffic Police is one of the five police jurisdictions in the capital city and is responsible for managing and controlling traffic matters of a huge area of 1257 square kilometers. The Traffic force, established in 1971, comprising of 500 police officers and personnel, controls the road traffic, which has lately become a major task for the police. Due to the increase in volume of road traffic, causing continuous traffic congestion in the cities especially in peak hours, the demands on the police to meet with the situation for smooth running of traffic has a corresponding increase.

Vision:

To enhance the quality of life and well being of all people in the capital city Peshawar by contributing to making our place safer and secure, without the fear of crime and violence. 

Mission:

To enforce laws rigorously; hold those accountable that commit violations; and preserve the public order.

Values:

Peshawar Traffic Police will strive to uphold the following values promoting professionalism and trust of general public:

  • Quality Policing/Services
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Team Work
  • Accountability
  • Leadership
  • Transparency

Main Functions:

  • Enforce traffic laws; prevent violations of traffic regulations and prevention/prosecution of traffic criminal and other traffic offences
  • Control traffic on highways, roads and major streets
  • Assist the public in various social events and functions where motor traffic is involved
  • Protect life, property and liberty of citizens
  • Conduct traffic awareness seminars, and other programs in order to educate the public regarding traffic rules
  • Aid and cooperate with other agencies for the prevention of destruction of public property by violence, fire, or natural calamities
  • Prevent harassment of women and children in public places
  • Prevent the transportation of dangerous and explosive good
  • Issuance of driving licences

 Outcomes:

  • Lawful behaviour and community safety
  • Offenders apprehended and dealt with in accordance with the law
  • Lawful road-user behaviour  
  • Improved confidence and trust of the community
  • People feeling safer at home and in the community