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Jammu Kashmir sharpening training skills for better policing

Posted on Nov 23, 06:00PM | UNI

To strengthening the methods of professional policing, Jammu and Kashmir Police are sharpening the training skills of its personnel by introducing new courses.

The courses included the latest training in the fields like mob controlling without using lethal weapons which have assumed much importance in the present scenario, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) K Rajendra Kumar said during his visit to Subsidiary Training Centre Sheeri Baramulla in north Kashmir yesterday.

He said law and order maintenance had remained on top of its priorities and for this purpose, the organisation was strengthening its training infrastructure to train its personnel in modern techniques of mob control, without causing loss of lives, besides professional policing.

Mr Kumar inspected the police contingents, presently undergoing basic training course at the centre.

He said basic training course acquaints the recruits with the rules of discipline and other principles of the policing.

He added the training moulds the physique and career of the trainees with its effects during the entire service.

Mr Kumar asked the personnel to avail the opportunity to make them competent in professional policing which would lead them to make a better career.

He said after completion of training, they would be deployed on different fronts where they would have to represent the organisation in a befitting manner by delivering up to the expectations of the people.

The ADGP said good public service should be their motive which could bring a good name for the organisation.