Focus on to make JKP model police force: DGP
Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir DGP Kuldeep Khoda
on Sunday said the government is focussing to make the state
police a model police force.
"The department is at par with the premier police
agencies. We are focussing to make J&K Police a model police
force in the country," he said at a function organised by
Sher-i-Kashmir Police Academy in collaboration with Bureau of
Police Research and Development in Udhampur.
"An ambitious plan has been chalked out for conducting
various advanced training courses for J&K Police," DGP said.
Khoda said other measures like modernisation of equipment
and gadgets are also being given top priority.
Upgrading of police training institutes is in offing and
the training syllabus as per the latest requirements has also
been implemented for various courses.
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