Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi approved the establishment of Police Training School Shah Kas District Khyber today.
The Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi today approved the establishment of Police Training School at Shakas district Khyber and issued a proper notification to this effect.
It may be recalled that with the establishment of Shakas Police Training School the number of training schools in the province rose to 5 which included Police Training School Swat, Police Training School Swabi, Police Training School Mansehra, Police Training School Kohat and Police Training School Shakas. After the merger of the tribal districts a dire need was felt for the establishment of police training school for imparting training to the Levies and Khasadars.
It is hoped that with the establishment of Shakas Police Training School the training issue of Levies and Khasadars would be solved to a large extent and the school will go a long way in imparting standardized training to the officials.
Shakas police training school is spread over an area of 309 kanal land in which 1000 officials would be given necessary training. In future the training capacity of the school would be enhanced to 2000.
Moreover, Director and Admin officers in the school have also been notified. Likewise 150 training staff which also included 35 law instructors have been posted in the school.
The Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi said that professional training was life blood for the force jawans and vowed that KP police officials would be made role model in respect of best training. The IGP maintained that now-a-days the criminals are equipped with latest weapons and they are committing crime with new modus operandi adding that it was imperative to give training to the police jawan on modern lines so as to combat the impending challenges of the criminals in a befitting manner. The IGP pointed out that every effort is being made to equip the jawans with all training skills and knacks so as to meet the challenges in a professional manner. The IGP informed that best welfare of the jawans was its best training and reiterated his pledge that all available resources would be utilized for equipping the jawans with latest modern training.