Police training school to be built in Lahore
LAHORE: A plan is afoot to build state-of-the-art police training school in Township to enhance skills of the police force.
Lahore police has purchased a land at a cost of Rs230 million for this purpose.
The school will be spread over two kanals of land. Approximately, Rs392 million have been specified for the construction of the school building. Lahore police spokesperson, Hammad Raza, said, “It will be a unique school as it will focus on specialisation and provide training to on-job police officers/officials who would be engaged with international experts.”
The institute would offer courses in specialisation in different policing tasks such as operations, crime registration office, anti-vehicle lifting, organized crime, patrolling, police station management and investigations.
The institute would have a special school called the Investigations School of Excellence. The new facility would lay special focus on obstacles in investigations as the police in Punjab face serious issues in probes of different cases.