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.
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.
First Published: Friday, June 24, 2011, 22:27