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1st Advanced Course in Law Enforcement for MP Police directly recruited DSP Officer (3-7 June, 2019)

The First Batch of DSP Prob. arrived at National Law University Delhi for a 10 days course on 'Advanced Law Enforcement and Mega City Policing', offered at NLU Delhi. This is now an institutionalised programme, a product of the MOU MP police has established with NLUD for Training and Research. This is a flagship programme offered by NLUD for police officers, and with MP police they have agreed to make it a part of DSP Basic course as an essential component of training for each batch. The first course under this scheme would be inaugurated on 3rd June, 2019, by Shri Rishi Kumar Shukla, CBI  Director; Shri Sanjay Rana, special DG training MP Police; K. T. Vaiphei, ADG cum Director of the Madhya Pradesh Police Academy, Bhopal; and Prof. Ranbir Singh, VC NLU Delhi.
55 officers of DSP rank will be undergoing basic training, who are under the 39th batch of directly recruited DSP batch of MP police. This would be the first batch to start its training from 3rd June 2019.

The advanced law enforcement course would cover various aspects of: Crime Investigation, Law and Order Management, and Quality of Police Service Delivery. Special provisions for weaker sections and their access to justice would form an important part of the victim-centric approach of the NLUD along with its focus on Law and Criminal Justice sector reforms. The NLUD and MP police have established an understanding with the Delhi police through which exposure would be also provided to the trainees by visits to some of the best practices that Delhi Police follows in: law enforcement, traffic management, cyber security, and social policing. The trainees would also be given an opportunity to visit National institutions like the Parliament of India and the Supreme Court of India, along with some other field excursions.