KARACHI:,,, The fifth session of training 70 master trainers under capacity building program of Sindh Police with the cooperation of German International Cooperation (GIZ) has commenced on Monday 16th June 2014.
The training program comprises two courses which include a 10-day course on basic intelligence and surveillance for the police officers of special branch and a 7-day special course for station house officers of different police stations of the city and officers of police training colleges of Shahdadpur and Saeedabad.
These two courses being conducted with the help of GIZ origination of Germany and are part of the training program of Sindh Police for 2014. The purpose of the courses is to enhance the skills of Sindh Police to cope with crimes through the use of latest techniques. In the first six months of the year four such courses have been conducted to train 130 master trainers.
Those trained master trainers then further trained 2000 policemen of police training colleges at Saeedabad, Shahdadpur, and Larkana. ‘More programs of this sort will be held in the next six months to further train 3000 policemen, for the remaining months of the year (July to December 2014) hence the target of training 5000 personnel of Sindh Police this year will be achieved,’ said Technical Advisor of GIZ for capacity building Ghulam Ali.
He added that training programs for the forensic division of Sindh Police will be conducted next month. ‘The GIZ will provide the forensic division with finger print kits equipment worth 95,000 Euro for better investigation,’ he concluded.
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