Mr. Muhammad Quraish Khan:
Mr. Muhammad Quraish Khan is a National Policing Specialist at UNDP Pakistan. He is former senior police officer with 15 years experience at Police Service of Pakistan. He served as Director General of police forensic science division at Peshawar. He worked on key positions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including District Police Officer at Nowshera and Hangu; head of investigation Swat and Senior Superintendent of Police (Coordination) Peshawar. Previously, he has worked as an Additional Secretary (law and order) at the Home and Tribal Affairs Department Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He has also served as an Assistant Inspector General Police (Finance & Procurement) at KP Police. He has been awarded a distinguished service award for establishing an Institute of Forensic Science at Peshawar. Mr Khan is the author of a book titled Police Technophobia (ISBN 978-3-659-74202-6). He has also authored a research paper on Former UN Peacekeepers: Agents of Cultural Change in Pakistan’s Police published by the United States Institute of Peace, Washington DC. He has received master in criminology and criminal justice from King’s College London and postgraduate diploma in public policy and leadership from University of Minnesota USA. He is a Certified Security Consultant (CSC) and former Fulbrighter.