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Nominate more officers for training: Police top brass told

Nominate more officers for training: Police top brass told

New Delhi: The Delhi Police has observed that the districts and units are adopting a casual attitude in sending nominations of officers for training or courses. The Training Division of Delhi Police in a circular asked senior officers to send sufficient nominations for the purpose.

Sources told Millennium Post that the circular was issued by a DCP rank officer from training division in February. It has been observed that the Deputy Commissioners of Police and Additional Commissioners of Police are adopting a casual attitude in sending nominations of officers for training/courses from their respective districts and units to the headquarters, the DCP rank officer wrote in the circular.

"A great difficulty is being experienced in utilizing the full quota of allotted seats to Delhi Police, due to non-receipt of sufficient nominations from the districts/units," sources said quoting the circular. It was further written that, henceforth, all districts/units DCPs/Addl CPs should ensure for sending sufficient nominations of eligible officers from their districts/units to avoid future inconvenience in making nominations of officers for the training/courses and to utilize full quota of seats allotted to Delhi Police.

"It may also be ensured that the nominated personnel attend training. This has the approval of Special Commissioner of Police (training). This may be compiled with meticulously," sources quoted the circular. The copy was sent to senior officers including all Special CPs, all Joint CPs.

According to Delhi Police annual report 2018, the training wing regularly imparts basic, promotional, specialized courses to personnel of various states including Sikkim, Goa, Chandigarh, A&N, Pudduchery, Arunachal Pradesh, etc and other agencies like NIA, SSF, SSB, Parliament Security staff, Customs and Central Excise, Department of Prisons and also Indian Air Force officers. "The trainees are being given classes in Law (IPC, CrPC, Evidence Act, Local and Spl. Law) & D P Act, Police Science, Police Investigation, Behavioural science & methods to combat terrorism, etc. Further, the trainees are made aware of the latest technology and scientific techniques in IT and for that purpose, two computer labs have been established at this institution.

To enhance the knowledge about Cyber Forensic Tools, a Mini Cyber FSL has been developed. The participants who come in the courses are given hands-on practical training to 180 know-about-the-methodology about the use of Cyber Forensic Tool.

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