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3rd Advanced Course in Law Enforcement – MP Police Directly Recruited DSP Officers (March 5-11, 2020)


3rd Advanced Course in Law Enforcement – MP Police Directly Recruited DSP Officers

5th - 11th March, 2020


The National Law University Delhi through its MOU with the MP Police has been organising a week long course for MP Police Officers undergoing basic training. The course is called ‘Envisioning Advanced Law Enforcement Challenges for Newly Recruited Police Officers’. This time this course would be held for 41st DSP probationers Batch of the MP Police Academy from 5th - 11th March, 2020, at NLU Delhi Campus.


In the Inaugural session held on Thursday, 5th March, 2020, the Welcome Address was delivered by Prof. (Dr.) Ranbir Singh, Vice-Chancellor, National Law University Delhi. An Introduction about the Course was givern by Prof. (Dr.) G. S. Bajpai, Registrar & Course Director, National Law University Delhi.


Addresses by Special Guests were delivered by Shri Michi Paku, IPS, Principal PTS, Jharoda Kalan, Delhi Police; and Shri K. T. Vaiphei, IPS, Additional Director General cum Director, Police Academy, Bhauri, Bhopal.


The Special Address by Guest of Honour was delivered by Smt. Anuradha Shankar, IPS, ADG (Training), PHQ, Bhopal.

The Inaugural session elaborated on the following:

  1. Purpose and Structure of the Course
  2. Nature of MP Police MoU and Collaboration
  3. Outline of the week’s schedule


The Inaugural Address was on:

Professional Challenges for Better Law Enforcement for Police Officers

Over the span of three days of sessions from 5th-7th March 2020, there are sessions scheduled by legal and police luminaries like: Dr. G. K. Goswami, IPS, Joint Director, CBI speaking on “Advanced Forensics and Case Laws in Recent Times: Challenges for Investigation”; Technical Investigations and Cyber Forensics – Competencies and Rising Standards of Excellence by Dr. Aparajita Bhat, Assistant Professor, NLU Delhi; a session by Shri Sanjay Vashishtha, Advocate, Supreme Court of India; Mr. M. L. Sharma, IPS, Ex Ad Director, discussing on CBI Financial Frauds, Economic Offences and Anti-Corruption Laws: Challenges for Investigation; Sh. V. K. Bansal, DJA, Director Administration, speaking on Challenges in Crime Investigation and Supervision: Court Observations on Commonly Sighted Gaps; Dr. Akshat Mehta, Associate Professor Rakshashakti University Gandhinagar Police discussing History - Police and Law Enforcement in India – Colonial to Present Day Law Enforcement; and Prof. (Dr.) G. S. Bajpai NLU Delhi elaborated on Victim Justice - Identifying Gaps in Police Performances and Locating Strategies to fill them.


The Valedictory Address will be delivered by Shri V. N. Rai, on Ethical Codes and Bench Marks for the Police: Challenges of Compliance.


The Course is aimed at providing the DSP probationers who have spent around 8 months in Police Academy, an appreciation of the Law Enforcement Issues which inform the Professional Ideals and Police Reforms Agenda in the country through thematic sessions designed to apprise them about key issues and concerns which a new entrant to the police must know. This is done through training by nationally recognised experts in the field of law, law enforcement, justice sector reforms, governance, and public policy.


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.