Mr. Chattha serves as a District Police Officer with the Punjab Police in Gujrat, Pakistan and has over fourteen years of experience in policing. He has served as Police Chief of eleven major districts with populations ranging from 3 to 5 million. As District Police Office, he is responsible for maintaining law and order, protecting public and private property, as well as human rights and human lives within his jurisdiction. Mr. Chattha also handles human resource duties within the organization, including financial management and training. He is particularly interested in counter-terrorism issues and would like to use his Fellowship year learning how to leverage HRM tools to build the capacity of the Punjab Police in the area of counter-terrorism. Mr. Chattha holds a bachelor’s degree in European History and Political Science from the Government College of Lahore and an M.Sc. in History from Quaid e Azam University in Islamabad.