ISLAMABAD - Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Tahir Aalam khan Thursday chaired a meeting to review the Police performance and crime ratio during the last 15 days. The meeting focused on the performance of all circle officers and SHOs and cases under investigation, pending references, arrest of proclaimed offenders, court absconders, and military deserters. SP Saddar Nasir Aftab, SP City Sajid Kiani, SP Rural Tahir Ayub Khan, SP Industrial Area, Abdul Ghaffar Qaisrani SDPOs, SHOs, Incharges CIA and ACLC attended the meeting. According to details, SSP Tahir Alam Khan called the meeting of all SPs, SDPOs and SHOs to review the crime situation during last 15 days. During the meeting, the cases under investigation, pending references, arrest of POs, Court Absconders and Military Deserters came under discussion. The SSP showed his satisfaction over the general working of the officers. During the fortnight, 274 cases have been worked out and sent to court. A total number of 308 accused involved in the cases have been arrested apart from 29 proclaimed offenders/Court Absconders and 128 accused have been proceeded under Section 55/109. As many as 226 persons have been arrested under breach of peace. Likewise 32 cases have been registered under Arms & Ammunition and 36 cases under Narcotics Act. Stolen articles worth Rs.80, 00,000 have been recovered. 326 beggars have been arrested and booked under the relevant law. He, however, said that in some Heads, the performance of SHOs were still requires improvement. He directed them to boost up their working, failing which they would be in hot water. Those who would show extra ordinary performance shall be rewarded suitably. The complaints lodged by the citizens should be attended promptly and addressed their grievances without any further delay. Special attention should be paid on human violation cases. With regard to present security scenario, he stated that police officers and jawans deployed on Nakas may be briefed to check the vehicles/persons boarded on them minutely at all entry points in Islamabad. He further directed that public confidence should be restored.