To train recruits, Delhi Police goes hi-tech
New Delhi: From smart classrooms teaching policy to advanced interactive multimedia system, Delhi Police have come out with several initiatives for the officers joining law enforcement agency. According to police, pre fabricated residential & teaching blocks were constructed.
Considering Smart Classroom Teaching Policy, advanced interactive multi-media system was installed in 48 classrooms at PTC JharodaKalan and PTS Dwarka.
"For the first time in the Delhi Police, online training portal 'Nipun' was launched to provide online training to the officers and men posted in Distt and units," said Delhi Police press statement.
Training Divison has also launched its first website, where all the training material and modules are available for trainees and trainers.
On Wednesday, the Passing out Parade of 112th (Male and Female) batch of Recruit Constables was held at Police Training College, Jharoda Kalan. They took the oath in a colourful ceremonial parade after successfully completing their basic training. Hansraj Gangaram Ahir, Minister of State, Home Affairs, Government of India received salute from the marching contingents.
The parade was attended by Amulya Patnaik, Commissioner of Police and other senior officers of Delhi Police.
This batch will augment the trained manpower of Delhi Police by 3655 constables including 1249 women from different states, cutting across India with 1235 constables from Haryana, 1216 from Rajasthan, 736 from Uttar Pradesh, 440 from Delhi, six from Uttrakhand, six from Punjab, four from Madhya Pradesh, three form Dadra and Nagar Haveli, two from Maharashtra, three from Himachal Pradesh, two from Orissa, two from Bihar, one from Jharkhand and one from Kerala with equally diverse education background ranging from MBA, B.Tech, MSc, BSc etc.
During this training in addition to the knowledge of IPC, CrPC, Evidence Act, DP Act, Computers & Cyber Crime, Traffic Rules and Human Rights, they were also given knowledge regarding police investigation and skills required for their profession.
Experts were invited to educate them on gender sensitization, yoga and stress management.
The chief guest congratulated all the trainees and acknowledged the working challenges faced by Delhi Police such as terrorism, citizen's safety especially safety of women and weaker sections, law & order, VVIP security and traffic operations.
Commissioner of Police, Delhi congratulated the trainees on completion of their training. He reiterated that the role of a constable in the police force is very important as they are in the highest proportion in the department and in direct connection with the public.