33Newshd”Balochistan Police has less than 1% women in service. We believe that gender responsive policing is crucial for police performance. So together with @unwomen_pak we are working towards enhancing women’s representation. At today’s ‘Women Police Conference on Gender Responsive Policing’ in Quetta we are taking stock of our joint efforts. Happy to see so many strong women here
It’s great to hear that Balochistan Police and UN Women are collaborating to enhance women’s representation in the police force and promote gender-responsive policing. Gender-responsive policing is indeed crucial for improving police performance and ensuring the safety and well-being of all members of the community.
Increasing the representation of women in the police force can bring diverse perspectives, skills, and insights to law enforcement efforts. Women officers can often offer unique approaches to handling certain situations, especially those involving women and children, and can help build trust within the community.
Conferences like the ‘Women Police Conference on Gender Responsive Policing’ provide a platform to discuss strategies, share experiences, and learn from each other’s best practices. Such initiatives can lead to the development of more inclusive and effective law enforcement practices that address the needs and concerns of all individuals.
By focusing on gender-responsive policing and promoting women’s participation in law enforcement, Balochistan Police and UN Women are taking important steps toward creating a more just and equitable society. These efforts can have a positive impact not only on police performance but also on the overall safety and well-being of the communities they serve.