Khoda for syllabus modification in police training

Jammu, Nov 9: Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda today called for modification of syllabus for police training courses for different ranks as per latest professional requirements.  He...

Jammu, Nov 9: Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda today called for modification of syllabus for police training courses for different ranks as per latest professional requirements.
 He said the syllabus should also cover the challenge to fight the latest techniques of militants so that after training, the police could perform their duties professionally. He asked the heads of police training institutions to come up with their suggestions in this regard.
 Khoda was addressing a high level police officers meeting at Police Headquarters (PHQ) here.
 The meeting discussed issues with regard to law and order, anti-militancy operations, recruitment process, crime control, professional policing and pace of construction work in the department.
 Khoda urged the officers to work with dedication to get the desirable achievements. He said the police had a big challenge to fight militancy. The DGP appreciated the role of police during anti-militancy operations.
 The IGP Armed, Dilbag Singh, briefed about the activities of Armed Personnel and their deployment in the state.
 About the recruitment for the posts of sub-inspectors, the DGP stressed that the process needs to be expedited to strengthen the manpower.
 The IGP (Personnel), Sheikh Owais said the recruitment was in progress in all the districts and would be completed soon.
 Khoda said the acquisition of land, already identified for construction of alternate accommodation was to be processed on war footing basis so that the construction was started.
 The IGP Jammu, A K Gupta briefed about the law and order situation in Jammu. The IGP Traffic, Mohammad Amin Shah also gave details about the arrangements for smooth plying of traffic on Jammu-Srinagar highway during the winter. He also discussed the deployment of traffic personnel on these routes.
 The Inspectors General of Police, Raja Aijaz Ali, Z HChisti, Dr. B. Srinivas and Ravinder Kotwal also discussed various issues pertaining during the meeting.

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