Internship program starts in police offices



Staff Reporter

Punjab Inspector General of Police Inam Ghani said that a four-week internship program has been launched to make university and college students aware of the working of Punjab Police.

“Internship students will also make useful suggestions and recommendations based on their observations regarding further improvements in public service delivery and policing.”

IG Police Inam Ghani expressed these views while talking to students and officers at the inaugural ceremony of the internship program at Central Police Office here on Monday.

The IGP said that for a positive change in the image of the police force, the department expanding cooperation and contacts with the younger generation so that they can return to the society as Police an Ambassadors after completing their internships.

He said that students coming for internship would be provided practical experience in other branches including Legal, Operations, IT and Public Relations while gradually increasing the number of internship, students would also be sent to other offices for internship.

Meanwhile, IG Police Inam Ghani said that the accused involved in crime of violence and abuse against women does not deserve any concession.

He directed Additional IG Investigation Fayyaz Ahmed Dev, to complete investigation into a rape case of a woman in Kasur under his supervision.

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