Army trained 21,235 policemen in two years: IGP

Staff Reporter

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh, Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam on Friday was informed in a meeting that as many as 21,235 recruits and 442 instructors were trained by Pakistan Army in last two years.
Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) Training Sindh Sharjeel Kharal briefed the IGP about performance of training centers/colleges across the province.
Dr Syed Kaleem Imam ordered that lectures be arranged at the different training centers for the field officers of Grade-17 to 21.
He also sought recommendations for establishment of police recruitment center like Pakistan Army.
He said provision of quality training to policemen should be ensured. He said to hold workshops, conferences, and refresher courses.
DIGP-Training Sindh, DIGP-Establishment, Principals of Training Centers and Colleges, AIGPs and other senior officers attended the meeting.
Meanwhile, A meeting was convened under the chairmanship of Prosecutor General Sindh. Which was participated by CCPO Dr. Amir Ahmed Shaikh, DIGs, SSPs investigation, AVCC, ACLC, SIU, of Karachi, the issues relating to investigation were discussed and the defects were pointed out upon the police officers, due to which the cases are going on to acquittals.
The police officers assured will be made to improve the performance of investigation of cases as the result be achieved in shape of conviction of the criminals.

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