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    Mr. Zeb works as a District Police Officer in Kohat, Pakistan, and is responsible for the observance of human rights standards in police work. He also helps to manage infrastructure development and staff welfare programs. In addition, he is in charge of the preparation, execution, supervision, and implementation of the Annual Policing Plan that sets out performance targets for the maintenance of public order, security, crime management, human rights protection, community policing, road safety, staff training, general law enforcement, and development. Mr. Zeb received his L.L.M. degree in Criminal Justice from the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom, and his M.A. in Political Science, his M.A. in English Literature, and his B.A. in English literature and Political Science from University of Peshawar in Pakistan. As a Humphrey Fellow, he would like to work with U.S. police to learn how they have integrated human rights standards into their policy and practice and how the same can be replicated in his country.