IGP KP Mr.Salahuddin Khan has directed the Junior Command Course officers to make best use of its training and apply mind and heart with proper planning to face the confronting challenges in a dignified manner.
The Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Salahuddin Khan has directed the Junior Command Course officers to make best use of its training and apply mind and heart with proper planning to face the confronting challenges in a dignified manner.
This he said, while addressing the participants of the 3rd Junior Command Course at CPO Peshawar today. DIG Training and PSO to IGP were also present on this occasion. It is pertinent to mention that as a capacity building course, Junior Command Course has been made mandatory for DSP for onward promotion to the rank of SP. The Police Chief informed that the real test of the participants will begin now in the field and directed them to apply practical use of the training and skill and make things easier for the general public. The IGP reminded them that now great responsibilities devolve on their shoulders as the force expect high quality command from them. The IGP pointed out that learning was a continuous process and urged them to learn more and more and make its best use for the service of the humanity. They were also directed to adopt diagnostic and problem solving oriented approach and take high quality best policing to its zenith. The IGP reminded that practical implementation of the training will lead to earn great respect for them and directed them to adopt positive and solution oriented approach towards solution of the general public. They were further sensitized to make things easier for the general public who in return will ultimately make their job easier for them to achieve the targets.
Earlier, the participants one by one explained their point of view on the course and informed the police high ups the skill, experience and education they got during the three months long course. They unanimously termed the course very important and as life blood for their professional career and capacity building.
It may be recalled that during the three months course the participants were imparted training on modern policing, leadership quality modules, management skills, decision making skills, stress management skills, diagnostic approach, media management and Computer Know-how. The participants included Nasir Ahmad Khan, Amir Muhammad Khan, Muhammad Arif, Darwesh Khan, Muhammd Asif Gohar, Tariq Habib, Gul Nawaz Khan Jadoon, Noor Jamal, Hafiz Janis Ahmad, Javaid Khan, Salahuddin Ayub Kundi, Muhammad Arif, Malik Ahjaz, Tariq Mahmood, Mir Faraz Khan, Mukhtiar Ahmad, Gul Naseeb Khan, Muhammad Nawaz, Nasir Ahmad, Sardar Tauheed Khan, Abdul Sattar, Muhammad Shafiq, Muhammad Suleman, Tahir-ur-Rehman and Waqar Ahmad.