Advanced training for JKP personnel, officers soon: DGP
Jammu, Jan 23: Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda today said an ambitious plan had been chalked out for conducting various advanced training courses for personnel and officers of Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Addressing the pass outs of 23rd batch of recruits at S. Prithinandan Singh PTS Kathua at a Pass-out-cum-attestation function, Khoda said other measures like modernization in respect of equipment and gadgets as also the aspects of investigations had been receiving high priority.
Khoda said JKP had worked on forefront for the protection of life and property of the people and had offered a helping hand to the needy in the times of calamities and disasters.
He said the force gave supreme sacrifices of its personnel and officers to bring peace and normalcy in the State.
DGP stressed upon the pass outs to devote themselves for the service of the society and work for the integrity of the nation to keep the flag of the organization afloat.
He said, during the basic training it had been our endeavour to ingrain the required level of professionalism in the recruits making them confident to take correct and effective decision while dealing the situations in the field. He said people of the State had great expectations from the men in khaki and service of the society should be our priority.
Khoda disclosed that PTS Kathua had so far trained more than 22,173 JKP personnel since its establishment in1998, besides imparting training to Railway Protection Force in different fields of policing.
Among the pass outs 96 are post graduates, 53 graduates with professional qualifications and 448 graduates belonging to various districts of the state.
School Principal apprised the DGP about the training and developmental activities of the institution. He said the pass outs during their training had been exposed to various training modules targeting the professional needs of the force.
Constable Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir, who was declared all round best in the training, was granted out of turn promotion and decorated with the rank of Sgct by DGP on the spot. Constables Humayun Hussain, Jasbir Singh, Muhammad Javed, Bilal Ahmad, Jasbir Singh, Arundeep Singh and Tasaduq Ahmad were also honoured with commendation certificates and cash rewards for their good performance during the training.
Later, the DGP commissioned the upper storey of barrack block.
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