Delivering a speech at the unveiling ceremony on Sunday, Iran's minister of communication and information technology called the effect of information technology on people's lives of all ages both as a threat and also an opportunity.

Iran PressIran news: Isa Zarepour stated that during the COVID pandemic, proper infrastructures were prepared in a short time for teaching, which streamlined the education process.

As the other keynote speaker, Police Chief Hossein Ashtari referred to various police missions and stated: "Being 'smart' is our priority and police application is the first step."

The unveiling ceremony of the "police man" application was held on the second day of police week. The application minimizes people's commute across the city.

Following and requesting police service online (like issuing passports) and communication with the judiciary are the application's most important features, Zarepour reassured.

Minister of communication and Information Technology added that during the coronavirus pandemic, proper infrastructures were prepared concisely for teaching, which helped the education process go on.

Isa Zare Pour went on to say that police must be up to date to preserve people's rights in cyberspace as cyberspace is essential.

Meanwhile, the police chief also expressed hope that they could give better services to the Iranian people.


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