US helps train 19 K-P women police officers in criminal investigations

To date, 39 K-P investigators have completed the course.

April 19, 2012

PESHAWAR: The United States awarded “Basic Criminal Investigations” training certificates to 19 women police officers from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) in a graduation ceremony held at Malik Saad Shaheed Police Lines on Thursday.  

According to a press release from the US Consulate, it was the second class of K-P police investigators to complete this training.

The "Basic Criminal Investigations” course is part of a comprehensive training plan designed to enhance the investigative capabilities of the K-P police. It is part of the ongoing assistance given by the US State Department's Narcotics Affairs Section (NAS), Police Assistance Program.

To date, 39 K-P investigators have completed the course.

"This training will help female officers to participate fully in general police duties. The US is proud to partner with the Pakistani police and work together with them to meet their training needs," remarked John Puckett, US Police Advisor to the K-P Police.

In addition to providing police training, the US-sponsored Police Assistance program has provided over US $75 million of vital police equipment to the K-P Police, which includes vehicles, communication equipment, body armour, protection gear and other law enforcement related items.


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