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Policing The Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan: Practical Remarks From A South African Perspective

Prof. Dr. J. M. (Johan) Ras

Abstract
The Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan needs a special form of policing model by the
Frontier Police. This model must focuses on the needs of the people and must incorporate
the insights of the community, intelligence-led and indigenous policing models. Terrorism
is an intelligence war and the police constantly needs to enhance and expands their
intelligence abilities to prevent any form of terrorist activities. While a strong-man’s
approach is recommended in terms of policing it is important that the police must win the
hearts and minds of the people in order to win the fight against crime and to be successful in
the war on terror.

Keywords: Policing, Community Policing, Intelligence Led Policing, Indigenous Policing Models, Terrorism, Extreme Beliefs, Counter terrorism