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Refresher course for Gazetted Officers of JKP begins at SKPA

UDHAMPUR: A two-week-long refresher course for the officers of the Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) began at Sher-e-Kashmir Police Academy (SKPA) Udhampur.

A statement said that 23 DySP ranked officers would be attending the course that would discuss the priorities flagged by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India in context of the present and future challenges.

The eminent speakers who are invited to deliver the lectures to the participants would be Dr Rashi Taggar, Dr Sarita Sood, Dr Ranjan Sharma, Mumtaz Ahmed, SSPs Sargun Shukla, Jaswant Parihar; DySP Shamsher Singh and faculty from Cyber Cell Jammu.

Addressing the participants during the inaugural function, Rajinder Kumar Gupta, SSP and Deputy Director (Indoor), SKPA, highlighted the role of the supervisory officers in the department and ensured the trainees that SKPA has the capacity to impart training to the Police Officers of J&K Police to face future challenges in view of the technology evaluation viz-a-viz other challenges of cyber crime, drone threats, and other law and related situations.

According to him, practical approach in handling the law and order issues must be prioritised over using face.

He also stressed upon to adopt best Indian structure of Police and expressed the needs to upskill the techniques to take crimes in virtual space. Gupta also stressed on improvement in investigation skills for ensuring convictions.

He asserted that the supervisory police officers should have a concept of good leadership so as to treat public in a humane manner.

Rajinder Kumar Gupta, the SSP and Deputy Director (Indoor), SKPA, also pointed out that development security environment are inter-related. He encouraged the trainee officers to enhance their knowledge, skill and attitude. He advised them to gain maximum while attending the course and hoped for interactive sessions.

He also inaugurated a 10-day-long basic training program for implementation of the Student Police Cadet (SPC) Scheme. This programme was attended by 22 inspectors of different units/wings.

Pertinently, the Student Police Cadet Program was launched nationally on July 21, 2018 by then Home Minister Rajnath Singh.



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