Anti-terror training for Haryana police officers



Chandigarh: Officials of Haryana Police Department would be imparted training to deal with the incidents of terrorism, Home Minister Gopal Kanda said on Saturday.

The intelligence wing of the police department would also be strengthened to control such incidents.

Kanda in a release issued here said the officers would also be given training on how to deal with cyber crimes.

Also, those posted in the National Capital Region would be acquainted with the skills required to handle modern technology.

He said a 12-day training programme on how to tackle incidents of terrorism has already been organized at Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban by Bureau of Research and Development, New Delhi.

This training was imparted by the Police Officers of the USA to about 18 police officers of different states including Haryana.

He said all police stations have been connected with internet so as to improve their efficiency in the state.

PTI