IPS officers to get training from Scotland Yard
New Delhi: Senior IPS officers will soon
be rubbing shoulders with officials of the famed Scotland Yard
police and other security services in Britain to enhance their
crime investigation techniques.
As many as 115 IPS officers will visit Cambridge
University in England where they will interact with security
services MI5 and MI6 and receive confidential briefings,
organiser of the training programme O P Jindal Global
University said in a release.
They will also meet Queen Elizabeth`s Chief Inspector
of Constabulary and Chief Officers of New Scotland Yard and
others, it said
During the two-week-long training programme, which
will start from June 27, the officers would be imparted
training on community policing, counter-terrorism,
corruption-related probes and interrogation methods.
Senior IPS officers of the rank of DIG and Inspector
General of Police today completed their 6-week-long course in
strategic management taught by Cambridge University in
collaboration with Jindal University at the National Police
Academy in Hyderabad, the release added.
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