Ammara Athar has been appointed as District Police Officer (DPO) Attock
She has served as the first lady DPO in the history of Punjab
First Pakistani lady to win the Eisenhower Fellowship (Women Leadership Award) in 2015
Her appointment as DPO confirms that women can achieve success and leadership roles in any field, including law enforcement
Pakistan’s Trailblazer Ammara Athar
Ammara Athar is a name synonymous with leadership and determination. She has made a name for herself in the world of law enforcement and has now taken on the role of the District Police Officer (DPO) in Attock.
Earlier, the Attock district police had appointed a woman as the station house officer of a police station for the first time in its history.
With a wealth of experience and a passion for justice, Ammara Athar is set to make a lasting impact in her new role.
Ammara Athar’s journey to becoming the DPO in Attock has been a remarkable one. Her successor Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Fazal Wahid was posted to SSP special branch (Rawalpindi).
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Ammara Athar’s Background
She began her career as a police officer, working her way up through the ranks with hard work, dedication and a commitment to serving her community.
She quickly established herself as a leader within the police force, and her colleagues and superiors took notice of her skills and abilities.
Throughout her career, Ammara Athar has been a staunch advocate for the rights of citizens and has shown a deep commitment to ensuring that the rule of law is upheld.
She also served as the first lady DPO in the history of Punjab while serving as a district police officer in Bahawalnagar in 2018 and district police officer in Sargodha in 2019. Apart from this, she is the first Pakistani lady, who won the Eisenhower Fellowship (Women Leadership Award) in 2015.
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She has been instrumental in implementing a number of reforms within the police force and has worked tirelessly to improve the way that law enforcement interacts with the community.
As the new DPO in Attock, Ammara Athar brings with her a wealth of experience and a passion for justice. She has a proven track record of success, and she is widely regarded as one of the most competent and capable police officers in the country. In her new role, she will be responsible for overseeing the operations of the police force in Attock and ensuring that the law is enforced in a fair and just manner.
In addition to her experience and expertise, Ammara Athar also brings with her a deep understanding of the needs and concerns of the community. She is a firm believer in community policing and has demonstrated her commitment to working closely with the community to address their needs and concerns.
She is confident that her strong relationship with the community will help her to build trust and foster greater cooperation between the police and the people of Attock.
Ammara Athar’s appointment as the DPO in Attock is a significant milestone for women in law enforcement. She is a trailblazer and an inspiration to women who are interested in pursuing a career in the police force. Her appointment sends a strong message that women can achieve success and leadership roles in any field, including law enforcement.
In conclusion, Ammara Athar’s appointment as the DPO in Attock is a testament to her skills, experience, and commitment to serving her community.
She brings with her boundless experience, passion for justice, and a deep understanding of the needs and concerns of the community.
Her appointment marks the beginning of a new era of leadership and determination in Attock, and it is certain that she will make a lasting impact in her new role.
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