JKP honing skills of policemen: DGP
Jammu, Nov 23: The Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda, today said the training had assumed more importance in the present scenario and the cops had to remain vigilant to face any challenge posed by the criminals.
Khoda was addressing 777 recruit constables at Sardar Pritinandan Singh Police Training School Kathua.
He said Jammu and Kashmir Police had been sharpening the training skills of its personnel to meet the requirements of present challenges. He said the training in latest techniques like computer education, crime detection, use of non-lethal weapons had been assuming much importance in the present scenario and Jammu and Kashmir Police had upgraded its training institutions across the state to get its men trained in the fields of modern policing.
Referring to the sacrifices offered by JKP in bringing peace in the state, the DGP said the sacrifices of the force had yielded fruits and the people of the state were now feeling themselves in a secure atmosphere. “Educational and developmental institutions have been working smoothly and it is the prime duty of our officers and men to maintain peace now.”
He stressed upon the cops that after completion of the training course they would be pressed in the field for different nature of duties and at every front they have to prove themselves as a public servant and side by side have to deal firmly with the law breakers. He also asked the cops that while dealing with the situations they have to follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in letter and spirit and respect the human rights.
Principal of the institution, Ashok Sharma, while giving brief resume of the institution said that till now 22000 constables had been trained in the institution and the 23rd batch of 777 recruits.
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