2-day Leadership Training for Cops

Published: 08th July 2015 06:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th July 2015 06:10 AM   |  A+A-

PUDUCHERRY: A two-day training programme on  ‘First-time Leadership’, organised by the Police Department, concluded here on Tuesday.

The training was aimed at building leadership at critical levels of police hierarchy. The police officers were exposed to analytical reasoning of critical issues and on how to take informed decisions in a judicious and impartial manner.

Aimed at improving the overall efficiency of police force, they were given lectures on Stress Management, Time Management and Financial Management.

The training methodology involved conducting group discussions, participation in various group activities and sharing of individual’s ideas and experiences, which evoked all-round participation.

Col Nitin Bhatnagar, an Ex-Army officer and a corporate trainer at Peak Performance Trainings, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, imparted training to over 150 officers and Puducherry Policemen.

The training programme was inaugurated by Inspector General of Police, Praveer Ranjan, IPS, at Police Training School, Gorimedu. Deputy Inspector General of Police, Kannan Jegadeesan, IPS, presided over the function and  A K Gawas, IPS, SSP (C&I), welcomed the gathering.

Officers from SI to SP level attended the training. Head Constables from various Police Stations also took part in the programme.

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