JAMMU, MAY 16:
Sher-I-Kashmir Police Academy organised 3- days Police Training course for 33 Junior Scale JKAS Probationary officers of batch 2014 concluded here today
The course was organised with the objectives to aware the trainee officers about the working of Police in different situations arising simultaneously or at different point of time. Secondly to promote mutual understanding, interaction and forge synergy between the Executive and Police while performing public functions. Thirdly as future magistrates to make them aware about the challenges they would be encountering and to deal with those within the ambit of law and powers given there under.
During the course the JKAS officers in pursuance to the objectives of the course were enlightened in respect of the powers vested in them as Executive Magistrate, difference between Executive and Judicial Magistrate, Provisions related to preventive measures, unlawful Assemblies, Remand, Nuisance, Inquest Proceeding, Registration of FIR and Investigation.
The lectures were supplemented by Practical Demonstrations in riot control, working of Police Stations and investigation at the scene of crime vis-a-vis the role of Magistrates.
The valediction function was attended by Murtaza Nasir, DDP, AD (Indoor), Randheer Singh, JKPS AD(Outdoor), Pankaj Soodan, DySP(Q), Bharat Bushan DySP(Admn), Vidya Sagar, DySP(Outdoor), Kuldeep Kumar, DySP(R&D), Parkasho Devi, Administrative Officer, Romesh Chander Kalaria, DySP(S) Pvt. Secy. to Director SKPA Udhampur and other officers of the Academy.