MULTAN: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Pakistan has introduced an e-learning programme to strengthen law enforcement agencies for the elimination of crimes in Pakistan. UNODC Representative Cesar Guedes visited the newly established e-learning centre at Police Lines in Multan on Wednesday.
Guedes described e-learning programme a success which complimented the traditional training system of police to enhance personal knowledge in specialised areas along international standards.
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He added, “UNODC is currently transforming the training platform from computer-based to a full-scale e-learning so it could be made available in online format with additional features and benefits.”
The UNODC representative maintained, “Within the framework of UNODC Pakistan Programme, e-learning has been identified as a priority assistance towards building the law enforcement capacity so it can meet the security challenges, as well as community expectations.”
Published in The Express Tribune, May 11th, 2017.
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