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Presentation cum Demonstration by BPR&D 16.12.2014

Presentation cum Demonstration on 'Smart Policemen- Developing Designing and Trial of high performance Uniform Articles and Accessories' was organized by the BPR&D,New Delhi on 16 Dec,2014 in the Academy. 32 Partcipants attended the Course

Mobile Phone Forensic 15.12.2014 to 19.12.2014

Course on 'Mobile Phone Forensic 'was organized at the Academy from 15-19 december,2014. 23 participants attended the course, which included 7 IPS officers, 7 State Police Officers, 6 from CPOs and 2 from others. The objective of the Course was to provide basic understanding of Mobile Phone Communication technology & Hi-tech Crime trend with Mobile Phones,Rules & Regulation related to Voice Interception,Analysing Call Detail Record & Tower Dump with different Softwares,Sources of Digital Evidence in Mobile Phone and Mobile Phone Forensics,IT Act related issues to Mobile Phone Investigation. Shri P. Krishna Sastry,Global Head, Cyber Security Div., TCS, Hyderabad was the Chief Guest accompanied by Ms. Aruna Bahuguna, Director of the academy for the Valedictory session

Seminar on RTI 9.12.14 to 11.12.2014

A 3 day seminar on Right to information was organized in the Academy from 9-11, December 2014. 20 participants attended the course which included 2 IAS Officers, 12 Police officers,5 IFoS and 1 IRS Officer. The Objective of the seminar was to refine the purpose and concept of Right to information,the Salient features of the Act and its possible implications,the process of seeking and providing information,list of exemptions prescribed,the procedure of appeals and penalties imposable by Information Commission,the Responsibilities of Public Authorities and the strategy for operationalizing Right to Information. Chief Guest of the Valediction was Shri Yashovardhan Azad, IPS (Retd.)Information Commissioner,Central Information Commission, New Delhi..

IPS Induction Training Course 10.11.14 to 19.12.14

A six-week 30th IPS Induction Training Course (For State Police Officers promoted to IPS) was held at the Academy from 10 November 2014 to 19 December 2014. 40 participants throughout the country attended the Course. Objectives of the Course were to enable the participants ,To acquire an all India perspective,to equip them with knowledge and skills required to manage a District change, and to enable them to develop an understanding of modern Management principles as applied to police working. They were given inputs on All India Services and Administrative set up,Managing the District,Sensitization (Social/Personal) modules,Orientation (Moral/Legal) modules,Leadership of Police Station,Interpersonal skills and self-development,New dimensions of policing including Strategic policing,Recent Advances in Police work,Management concepts relating to Police,Science and Technology in Police work and Field visits,Projects.
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Training Programme on Counter Terrorism 17.11.14 to 28.11.14

Training Programme on Counter Terrorism was held from 17-28 November, 2014. Total of 40 participants attended the workshop out of which 19 were IPS Officers and 21 State Police Officers. The Contents of the Course were Intelligence, Intervention and Investigation. Sh Radhakrishna Kini A, IPS Addl Director General ,BPR & D rendered opening word on Valediction of the Course and the Valedictory Address was given by Sh. K. Vijay Kumar, IPS (Retd),Senior Security Advisor, MHA.
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7th Central Pay Commission Visit 18.11.2014

On 18 November 2014, Visit and Workshop by 7th Central Pay Commission was held. The Academy Presented its views on 7th Central Pay Commission. An opening word was given by Hon'ble Justice Shri Ashok Kumar Mathur Chairman, 7th Central Pay Commission.
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Coastal Security Management 13.11.14 to 14.11.14

2 day workshop on Coastal Security Management was organized in the Academy 13-14 November 2014. A total of 18 participants attended the Course. A panel Discussion was held on Coastal Security Management - India's Preparedness, Challenges & Way Ahead. The Workshop was valedictory Chief Guest was Shri K.R. Nautiyal, DDG (Ops & Coastal Security), Indian Coast Guard.
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Global Legal Framework against Terrorism and Relevant Measures 10.11.14 to 12.11.14

3 day workshop was organized from 10-12 November 2014 on Global Legal Framework against Terrorism and Relevant Criminal Justice Response Measures. A total of 29 participants attended the course out of which 14 were Police officers , 11 judges and 04 Prosecutors. The objective of the workshop was To enhance the knowledge and expertise needed to strengthen the capacity of National Criminal Justice officials to implement the universal legal framework against terrorism, through the strengthening of training curricula for Police, Judges and Prosecutors. A closing word was given by Ms. Dolgor Solongo Officer-in-Charge, Implementation Support Section Asia and Europe, TPB/UNODC, Vienna
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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture 30.10.2014

Shri Gopal Krishna Gandhi, former Governor of West Bengal delivered the 29th Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture at SVP National Police Academy, Hyderabad. He was addressing the audience on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on the topic 'Jai Hind! The Story of Indian Pride'. He stated that the India's pride is based on number of pillars which include democracy, soldiering and science. He added that the process of Indian Democracy began much before 1947 when Dada Bhai Naoroji was elected to the House of Commons in 1892 and two more Indians also got elected to the British House of Commons. He explained that Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel had ideological differences but they contributed their might in building independent India He further informed that whenever we talk about the pride of India, we should not ignore the shames of the country. He cited the shame that we have in our country is in the symbolical form of Nirbhaya, the way we deal with dissidence and the treatment we met out to the prisoners and persons in lock up. He stressed the role of Netaji in deciding our National Greeting 'Jai Hind' and National Anthem 'Jana Gana Mana'. While briefing about our national greeting 'Jai Hind' he named the role of INA soldier Aabid Hasan and how he changed the phrase 'Jai Ramji' to 'Jai Hindustan' and then to 'Jai Hind', which points out the secularism in our country. The event was attended by the Director, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy Ms Aruna M Bahuguna, former Directors of the Academy and other dignitaries including IPS Officer Trainees of 66 RR.
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Passing Out Parade Week of 66RR IPS OT (2013 Batch)

Director's Parade 27.10.2014

The POP week commenced with Director 's Parade on 27 October 2014. The Director of the Academy Ms. Aruna Bahuguna inspected the parade and accepted the salute of 66 RR IPS Officer Trainees. Director's Commendation & Insignia Disc were given to the Awardees by the Director
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Final Cultural Nite 28.10.2014

The "Final Cultural Nite " was organized by the CDFA Society in the Academy Auitorium on 28 October 2014 evening. Varied perfomance were rendered by the Faculty and their family. The Evening commenced with Lighting the Lamp and followed by Solo Dance, group dances, and songs. The prime attraction of the evening was the Dastan-E-66 RR which was a Skit performed by the Faculty tailored towards the 66RR OTs. The Cultural Nite concluded with dinner. And the Final Cultural Nite was well enjoyed by the Faculty and OTs.
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Guest Night 30.10.2014

On 30 October 2014, Guest Night was organized at PT Grounds. The Evening was graced by Shri Rajnath Singh, Hon'ble Home Minister and the Hon'ble Governor of Telengana and Andhra Pradesh Shri E. S. L. Narasimhan. All the former Directors of the Academy, faculty, Foreign Dignitaries, 66RR IPS OT and their family attended the evening. Sh. Rajnath Singh, rendered the Trophies to the winners of the Batch. A booklet on Flora and Fauna of the Academy was launched by the Cheif Guest. The Hon'ble Home Minister interacted with the gathering followed by Dinner.
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POP Seminar 30.10.2014

The theme of the Seminar was IPS Officer Trainees Training Gap Analysis. The Seminar commenced with Opening remark by the Director of the Academy. Discussions were held on the Theme and Syndicate presntations were also presented at the end.
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Dikshant Parade 31.10.2014

143 probationers of 2013 Batch has Passed Out of the portals of this great institution on 31 October , 2014. At a grand ceremonial parade, Shri Rajnath Singh, Hon'ble Home Minister reviewed the parade and took the salute. On this occasion, along with the 128 IPS probationers, 6 officers from Royal Bhutan Police Service, 4 officers from Maldives Police Service & 05 officers from Nepal Police have also passed out of the Academy. 28 Lady officers were also part of the parade.
During the course of training, they have undergone rigorous training in field craft skills that includes instruction-cum-practice in various drill movements, weapon training, firing, yoga, horse riding, rock climbing, swimming, unarmed combat, map reading and field craft and tactics. The batch has also undergone training with the Greyhounds, the special task force of Andhra Pradesh Police in anti-guerilla warfare.
The batch has also been given inputs in Law, Constitution, Criminology, Psychology, Investigation, Forensic Science and Medicine, Public Order Management, Principles of Leadership and Management, and Police Ethics, besides Information Technology and Cyber Forensic.
The overall best probationer for the batch, Sh. Abhishek Tiwari of Madhya Pradesh Cadre, received the Prime Minister's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver. The baton and a revolver awarded by the Union Home Ministry are won by the Probationer who secures the highest overall marks in training. The IPS Association's Sword of Honour for the Best Outdoor Probationer was awarded to Shri Haribalaji.N of Maharashtra Cadre.
The 1973 Batch Officer's Trophy for the Best All-round Lady IPS Probationer has been awarded to Ms Suniti.

Address by Honourable Home Minister, Director's Speech and Complete POP video

Commemoration Day Parade

Police Commemoration Day Parade was observed on 21 October, 2014. The Director, faculty, 66 RR OTs and all Uniformed staff paid homage to all the Police men, who sacrificed their lives at the altar of their Country. The Director and faculty laid wreaths on the Cenotaph at the Martyrs Memorial.

Service Dinner

Service dinner was held on 24 October 2014. Ms Aruna Bahuguna, Director was the Senior Dining Member and Sh,NRK Reddy Joint Director was the Junior Dinning member.

Tonk Cup

Tonk Cup for 66 RR was held on 19 October, 2014. Sh. Ramakrishna IPS, (retd) and Col. S L Reddy were the Jury. D Amardeep 66RR OT was the Tonk Cup winner. The 6 finalist of the Tonk Cup were D Amarkesh, Srinatha N , Prateek Thube, Harsh Poddar , Pradeep Yadav and Shakti Gende.

Annual Aquatic Meet

The Annual Aquatic meet or 66 RR was held on 16-17 October 2014. Various Events were held free style, back stroke, butterfly stoke, breast stroke, Individual Medley, Relay Medley etc. A 50x4 relay was held between faculty and OTs. Few events were separetly organized for Lady OTs.

Annual Athletic Meet

The Annual Athletic Meet commenced on 12 October, 2014. This was the 56th Annual Athletic Meet. The Director, Ms.Aruna Bahuguna was the Patron of the Meet and the Jury of Appeal were Dr. T.K.Vinod Kumar, Ms. Malar Vizhi . Sh. Raveendran and Sh. Gopesh Agarwal. Sh. Jagmohan Meena, OT was the Organizing Secretary. Waseem Akram,OT was the Torch Bearer. Various events were conducted for Officer Trainees, Faculty and Academy Staff on all the three days. The caption of the Meet was "Success always chooses bravehearts"

50 years Re-union Seminar of 1964 batch

50 years Re-union Seminar of 1964 batch (17 RR) was held on 14-15 Oct,2014. 25 participants attended the Seminar. Resilience in Adverse Situation was the Seminar Theme. Sh G.S.Rao was the Seminar coordinator. Director of the Academy inaugurated and valedicted the Seminar.

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Swachh Bharath Mission

Academy Director initiated the "Swachh Bharath Mission" on October 2, 2014 to mark the Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The Director administered the pledge with the entire Faculty, Officer Trainees and Staff of the Academy, followed by Neat and Clean drive at the Academy campus.

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IPS Officer Trainees of the 2013 Batch (66RR) called on the President

Officer Trainees of the 2013 Batch (66RR) of Indian Police Service including 28 lady officers and 15 Officers from Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives undergoing training along with them called on the President, on September 29, 2014. Congratulating the Officer Trainees on their success in one of the most difficult competitive examinations in the country and their joining the Police Service, the President said society is undergoing major changes and they have a great chance to serve the society. They must equip themselves with knowledge and expertise to fight present day manifestations of crimes like terrorism and cyber crime. The President reminded them of their important responsibility of maintaining law and order in the country and wished them success in their mission.

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Prime Minister's Relief Fund

In view of the J&K calamity, the faculty, staff and Officer Trainees (643) of the SVP National Police Academy led by the Director, Smt. Aruna Bahuguna, IPS, contributed one day salary to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund for flood relief work in J&K. Demand Draft for3,43,968/- was handed over to the Hon'ble Union Home Minister by the Director, Smt. Aruna Bahuguna, IPS in the presence of the Union Home Secretary. The Director was accompanied by Deputy Director(Basic Courses), Smt. Malar Vizhi, and two Officer Trainees Ms. Tripti Bhatt and Mr. Harssh Poddar. The Hon'ble Union Home Minister appreciated the gesture.

2-Day Workshop on "Missing Children"

2&ndashDay Workshop on “Missing Children &rdquo was conducted in the Academy . Total 15 participants participated in the workshop. Objectives of the workshop were To make an overall assessment of the role played by the police and local administration in different States/Union Territories across the country in locating/tracing missing children ; To make an in-depth study and analysis of Rules, Guidelines, Circulars and Orders being followed by the police in locating/tracing missing children ; To examine the good practices being followed by States/Union Territories, if any, in finding/tracing missing children as well as study important rulings / guidelines issued by the Apex and other Courts in the country for protection or searching for missing children ; To evolve practical guidelines for police and other stakeholders for initiating standardized measures that would not only facilitate in tracing and restoring missing children back to their families but also make the stakeholders accountable & To provide critical support services for victims and their families including&ndashCounseling, Networking with Police, Government, media for support for families, Assisting with legal/court proceedings if necessary, Providing advice. Dr. Sunitha Krishnan, Chief Functionary, Prajwala, Hyderabad was the chief guest for valediction.

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Seminar on Community Policing

Seminar on Community Policing commenced in the Academy from 16-17 Sept, 2014. 21 Senior officers attended the Seminar.Cheif Guest for valediction was Padmashri Dr. S. Subramanian, IPS (Retd.) The objective of the Seminar were to examine the elements of Community Policing - its importance, concept,and implementation; to discuss case studies pertaining to Community Policing;to analyse best practices in Community Policing; Sharing personal experience with refernce to Community Policing;to identify steps to be taken from improving Community Policing.

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Mid Career Training Programme Phase-III

Mid Career Training Programme Phase III commenced in the Academy. 76 Senior officers are attending this flagship Programme from Sept 04- Oct 17, 2014. The objective of the Course is to prepare the officer for the 'next level competency', and to unable them to posses the necessary skills and attitudes to discharge their responsibilities effectively. The Course is designed in two modules, the four weeks in India include five major streams of topics: Updating professional skills and knowledge ,Responsive Policing ,Welfare and Leadership,Personal, Social and Professional attitudes, and Innovations. Two weeks foreign includes visits to institutions/locations to study best practices ,Class room lectures and Interaction with eminent personalities/Police managers. NPA collaborates with Charles Sturt University for the foreign module. The Course was Inaugrated by the Director of the Academy and addressed by Tracey Green Charles, Strut University Australia .

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Airtel Hyderabad Marathon

Airtel Hyderabad Marathon was organized on 24 August,2014.Faculty, OTs and the Academy staff actively participated in Hyderabad Marathon. Finishers of half Marathon and full Marathon received a finisher's medal and electronic finisher's certificate. The Director Of the Academy, Ms. Aruna Bahuguna,IPS was present at the event to encourage the participants.
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Course on 'Cyber Crimes and Digital Evidence for Judicial Officers'

Course on 'Cyber Crimes and Digital Evidence for Judicial Officers' was conducted in the Academy from 1-5 Sept,2014.A total of 40 district Judges attended the Course . The objective of the course was to develop basic awareness about Computers and Networking among Officers,to understand various types of the Cyber Crime and legal measures to counter it and to understand the Computer Forensics & Standard Operating Procedures for Investigation of Cyber Crimes & collection of Intelligence.

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NPA signed Contract with Charles Sturt University, Australia for MCTP Phase III

NPA and CSU entered into a contract for the delivery of MCTP Ph-III for IPS officers for the next three years. The contract was formally signed on 30th July 2014 at Canberra Campus of CSU during the visit of Ms. Aruna Bahuguna, Director NPA to Canberra. She was received by A/Prof Tracey Green, Dean of Policing Studies, CSU. The others who were present on the occasion included Mr. Prashant Nikam, Director (Police), MHA, GoI, Mr. Vipul Kumar, Asstt. Director, NPA, Dr. Ashutosh Misra, Research Fellow, CEPS, Dr. Milan Bhattacharjee, AFP, Prof. Nick O'Brien, CSU, and Mr. Graham Sunderland, CSU.

NPA signed MoU with ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing & Security, Brisbane , Australia

NPA-CEPS MoU: India and Australia March to a Policing Knowledge Collaboration On 28 July 2014, the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad (India) NPA and the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, Brisbane (Australia) CEPS signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the Ship Inn, South Bank Campus of Griffith University in Brisbane. The MoU was signed by Ms. Aruna Bahuguna, IPS, Director of NPA and Dr. Melissa Bull, Director of CEPS amidst an impressive gathering of police practitioners, scholars, govt. officials and other eminent personalities which included Mr. Ian Stewart, Queensland Police Commissioner, Prof. Paul Mazerolle, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Griffith University, Prof. Simon Bronitt, ex-Director, CEPS, Mr. Prashant Nikam, Director (Police), MHA, GoI, Prof. Philip Stenning, Griffith University, Mr. Randeep Agarwal, President India Australia Business Council of Queensland, and Prof. Y. Prasad, President Federation of Indian Communities of Queensland. Dr. Ashutosh Misra, Research Scholar, CEPS welcomed the gathering and Mr. Vipul Kumar, IPS, Asstt. Director NPA and CEPS PhD Candidate proposed the vote of thanks.

With this MoU, NPA has, for the first time, established a formal linkage with a foreign institution thus heralding a new dimension of international collaboration in policing studies and research across the Indian Ocean. CEPS is a complex research enterprise consisting of multiple collaborating researchers and industry partners like Queensland Police Service. It is administered by Griffith University in Brisbane and operates across four Australian university nodes namely Griffith University, Australian National University, University of Queensland and Charles Sturt University. This MoU, as a broader framework, is intended to promote academic and practice co-operation and advancement of international understanding in the field of policing and security between NPA and CEPS to their mutual benefit on the basis of reciprocity and equality. It will act as the basic guiding document for preparing specific proposals in association with relevant national/international industry partners which would include developing research collaboration in areas of mutual interest, promoting academic exchange programs, sharing of publications and library resources, conducting thematic short-term training programs, seminars, conferences, workshops in areas of mutual interest and assisting each other to progress on any matter of mutual interest. The MoU also envisages the establishment for a PhD fellowship equivalent to 3 years full-time to an eligible Indian Police officer selected by NPA to advance research in the field of policing and security with one of the CEPS university partners. The MOU shall be in effect for five years from 28 July 2014 and it may be renewed for a further successive periods of five years at a time by the mutual written agreement of both the institutions.

Signing of this MoU was followed by a week-long tour of the Indian delegation (which consisted of Ms. Bahuguna and Mr. Nikam) in Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney to meet various industry and university partners of CEPS. The delegation also met the officials of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Canberra to highlight the fact that it was coming together of not only two institutions but of two major democratic nations. All these meetings reinforced the spirit and rationale of the MoU, opened up the channels for future communications, and built strong relationships to further the objectives of MoU.


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25 years Re-union Semianar of 42 RR

25 years Re-union Seminar of 42 RR was conducted in the Academy on 31 July - 1 August 2014. 54 officers of 1988 & 89 batch trained together attended this Seminar. 20 lady wives and children of 4 officers also accompanied them. The Theme of the Seminar was Empowering Constabulary to Empower Police Force. The then faculty members Shri V.K. Deuskar, Shri S. Ramakrishnan, Shri Raj Kamal Johri, Shri Pritam Pal Singh Sidhu, Shri Rakesh Jaruhar , Smt. Manjari Jaruhar , Smt Anita Prakash Tripathi wife of Late Shri Ved Prakash and Smt Vandana Singh wife of Late Shri Sanjay Veer Singh addressed the seminar participants.

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Inauguration of Mid Career Training Programme Building

Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, Hon'ble Minister for Urban Development of India visited Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy on 18 July 2014. During the visit he laid wreath at the Martry's Memorial, planted a tree and inaugurated the 'Mid Career Training Programme Building' at the Academy. Shri Naidu interacted with the participants of Phase V Mid Career Training Programme, faculty and staff of the Academy. He deeply appreciated the vital role of the Academy in the training and development of IPS Officers. He said that the Academy is shining example of training standards in our country.

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Mid Career Training Programme Phase V

Mid Career Training Programme Phase V commenced in the Academy. 77 Senior officers are attending this flagship Programme. Prof. Ajit Rangnekar, Dean, ISB was the guest of honour, he delivered inaugural address on core qualities of a 'leader'.
(i) Imbibing the Technological Advancements and using the Technology for effectiveness;

(ii) Acquiring the Managerial qualities and

(iii) More importantly; Clarity on values such ethical and Moral standards.

Shri Bhaskar Pramanik, Chairman Microsoft India has delivered keynote address to the participants on IT initiatives for Good governance; pace at which IT is moving and Global Cyber Crime centres all over the world; Need for Sr. Police officers to keep up to the pace and Microsoft initiatives.

Participants got widely benefited. Ms Aruna Bahuguna, Director NPA facilitated the guests of Honour with a memento.
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National Training of Trainers Workshop on 'Global Legal framework Against Terrorism and Relevant Crimanal Justice response Measure 'sponsored by UNDOC

A 5 days National Training of Trainers Workshop on `Global Legal Frame work Against Terrorism and Relevant Criminal Justice Response Measures was conducted from 14-18 July, 2014 at SVP National Police Academy, Hyderabad for Judicial Officers, Prosecutors and Police Officers. This workshop was sponsored by the United National Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
2. Subjects like universal legal frame work against terrorism, National Legal Frame Terrorism, Mechanism of International Cooperation, Counter Financing of Terrorism, Drugs and Terrorism, Countering the use of internet for Terrorist purposes were delivered by experts invited by the UNODC (Vienna).
3. The experts came from all parts of the world including Ms. Dolgor Solongo, Programme Officer, Terrorism Prevention Branch, UNODC.
4. Being a training of trainers workshop, experts from Ireland also gave presentation on effective presentation and techniques for working with small groups. During 5 days session, 27 participants from the Judiciary, Prosecutors and Police officers participated.
5. A Second programme on the same subject will be conducted very soon in the Academy wherein some of the participants trained by UNDOC in this workshop will deliver sessions along with the UNODC experts.
6. In a meeting between the Director, SVP National Police Academy and the UNODC officials it was decided that more training programmes will be conducted at SVP National Police Academy in collaboration with UNODC in future.
7. It was also decided that apart from Terrorism Prevention, subjects like Anti corruption, Drug Trafficking and Victimology will also be taken up for conducting training programmes in mutual cooperation between UNODC and SVP National Police Academy.
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Seminar on National Security

Seminar on National Security was conducted in the Academy from 07.07.14 to 11.07.14.A total of 38 participants attended the Course which included IPS,IAS,IFS,IRS,Army,Navy,Coast Guard,CPOs and Air Force officers . The objective of the course was to enhance awareness of the different sources and dimensions of threat to national security, among senior officers participating in the seminar,to sensitize the participants to newer and emerging trends domestic as well as international impinging on national security,to enable the participants to understand the nuances of national security challenges emanating from multiple sources, and deliberate on ways and means to promote adequate preparedness to counter the same and to promote inter-service interaction and coordination for a holistic approach to national security issues. The Seminar was inaugrated by Shri Kiren Rijiju Hon'ble Minister of State(Home) and Chief Guest for the Valediction was Maj. Gen. Cyrus A Pithawalla, AC, VSM GOC, Hqrs Andhra Sub Area
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Visit of Union Minister of State for Home Shri Kiren Rijiju

The Union Minister of State for Home Shri Kiren Rijiju visited the SVP National Police Academy on July 06, 2014. He inaugurated a 5 day Seminar on National Security covering aspects of Internal Security, Economic Security, Environmental Security and Energy Security. The Hon 'ble Minister also inaugurated the Special Tactics Wing Building which will facilitate Tactical Training of the Police Officers. He also witnessed an equestrian show conducted by the Equestrian Wing of the Academy.
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Course on Tactics - 44

Course on Tactics 44 was held in the Academy from June 30 - Julu 11, 2014. A total of 47 participants attended the course which included 12 IPS officers, 20 state offices 14 officers from CAPFs and 1 RTU.The objectives of the course were to give participant Hands on experience to conduct tactical operations in insurgency infested areas including urban, and jungle areas;Familiarization of IEDs, Explosives & PBI;Conversant with the minor tactics and basic drills of CI Ops;Legal aspects of CI Ops; Aware about latest technologies in terms of weapons including non-lethal options, communication equipment, body wear/armor, tentage and ration items to sustain prolonged operations. Chief Guest for the Valediction wasShri Madan Singh Raghava Addl DG, CRPF. .

Seminar on Human Rights & Police

Seminar on Human Riights & Police was conducted in the Academy from June 02-04, 2014.A total of 21 participants attended the Course which included 15 State Police officers and 06 from CPOs. The objective of the course was To appreciate the aspect of Human Rights as core to organized civic life of which law & enforcement agencies are a part,to evolve a frame work for the use of force in maintenance of Law & Order,to set the guidelines for Investigation of Human Rights cases,to evolve strategies to deal with Internal Security challenges within the ambit of Rule of Law,to evolve a balanced approach to Human Rights and to sensitized themselves to Human Rights of women/ Children/ SCs/ STs. Chief Guest for the Valediction was Hon'ble Justice Sri L. Narasimha Reddy of Andhra Pradesh High Court

30 years Re-union Seminar of 1984 batch

30 years Re-union Seminar of 1984 batch was conducted in the Academy from 29.05.14 to 30.05.14.A total of 46 participants attended the Course Of 1984 Batch Chief Guest for the inaugration was Shri A.A.Ali,IPS (Retd). Theme of the seminar was Leadership development in IPS : Appraisal of present system and way ahead

Course on 'Cyber Crimes Investigation'

Course on 'Cyber Crimes Investigation' was conducted in the Academy from 19.05.14 to 23.05.14.A total of 46 participants attended the Course which included 22 State Police officers, 12 from CPOs and 12 from other organizations. The objective of the course was to develop basic awareness about Computers and Networking among Officers,to understand various types of the Cyber Crime and legal measures to counter it and to understand the Computer Forensics & Standard Operating Procedures for Investigation of Cyber Crimes & collection of Intelligence. Chief Guest for the Valediction was Ms. P.R. Lakshmi Eswari Jt. Director (R&D), C-DAC, Hyderabad

Criminal Justice System “Inter-Segment Coordination “

Criminal Justice System “Inter-Segment Coordination “ was conducted in the Academy from 21.04.14 to 23.04.14.A total of 51 participants attended the Course which included 23 from Judiciary, 05 from Police, 13 from Prosecution and 05 from Prison.The objective of the course was To streamline, strengthen and to explore modalities for coordination between various segments of Criminal Justice System,to appreciate the importance of access to justice in a democratic polity and to identify ways and means for speedy trail through inter-segment coordination,to understand the dynamics of correctional services in relation with judiciary and police and to identify innovative ideas of correction and to understand the recent amendments in criminal law for better administration of justice. Chief Guest for the Valediction was Hon�ble Mr. Justice Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh

Module on Wildlife Crime Detection

Module on Wildlife Crime Detection was conducted in the Academy from 14.04.14 to 17.04.14 A total of 80 IFS Probationers of 2012 Batch attended the Course which included 58 male and 22 female partcipants. . The objective of the course was To familiarize the Probationers with Investigation of wildlife crimes , application of forensic techniques in investigation of wildlife crimes,effective measures to prevent wildlife crimes and effective handling of mobs and related problems.Chief Guest for the Valediction was Dr. Latika Nath Rana, PhD.

Training in Handling of fire arms,PT, Drill and UAC for the IRS Customs and Central Excise

Training in Handling of fire arms,PT, Drill and UAC for the IRS Customs and Central Excise was conducted in the Academy from 10.03.14 to 14.03.14. A total of 120 IRS Probationers of 2012 Batch attended the Course which included 94 male and 26 female partcipants.Chief Guest for the Valediction was Ms. Aruna M Bahuguna, IPS, Director SVPNPA

Police Professionalism and Leadership

Course on "Police Professionalism and Leadership" was conducted in the Academy from February 19-21, 2014.A total of 22 participants attended the Course. Chief Guest for the Valediction was Ms Aruna M Bahuguna,IPS, Director NPA

33rd Training Administrators Course

Course on "33rd Training Administrators Course" was conducted in the Academy from February 13-21, 2014.A total of 29 participants attended the Course. Objectives of the Course were to make participants describe their role as Training Administrators, Apply Integrated training regimen, Emerging modern concepts of training, Psychology of training adults, Use various individualized and group centered methods and training aids for making effective presentations Prepare and use need based training designs and evaluation tools, Apply learning from inputs on psychological profiling for personality development and HR Skills, Motivate trainees to maintain better health and nutritional habits, Apply skills for effective administration of training courses. Chief Guest for the Valediction was Padmashree Dr. S Subramanian, IPS (Retd.)

Investigation of Internet Based Crimes and Open Source Intelligence

Course on "Investigation of Internet Based Crimes and Open Source Intelligence" was conducted in the Academy from February 10-15, 2014.A total of 36 participants attended the Course which included 16 Officers from the State, 11 Officers from the CPOs and 9 officers from Other Organisations attended the Course. Objectives of the Course were, To make the participants aware about basics of networking, Internet Architecture, Protocols & current crime trends Social Media, Open Source Intelligence E-Mail & Computer Log Analysis from Investigation point of cases.Govt. Rules and Procedures for Investigation of these crimes.Chief Guest for the Valediction was Shri Sanjay Jaju, IAS Secretary (IT), Govt. of AP .

35 years Reunion Seminar of 1979 Batch (32 RR) of IPS officers

A 35 years Reunion Seminar of 1979 Batch (32 RR) of IPS officers was held in the Academy on January 28-29, 2014. 24 officers of 1979 Batch (32 RR) participated in the Seminar. The theme of the Seminar was 'Ethics in Policing - An Action Plan'. Padmashri Dr. S Subramanian, IPS(Retd) inaugurated the Seminar Dr. Trinath Mishra, IPS(Retd.) was the chief guest for valedictory session. Shri S S.Raveendran, Deputy Director was the Seminar coordinator.

Seminar on 'Investigation of Crime against Women'

Seminar on 'Investigation of Crime against Women' was conducted in the Academy from January 16-17, 2014. A total of 22 participants attended the Seminar which included 19 Officers from the State and 3 Officers from the CPOs. Objective of the Seminar were, Genesis and ramifications of crime against women in India, the recent trends in crime against women and the desired response of the Police and Criminal Justice System to the needs of the victims of these crimes. Ms. Letika Saran IPS(Retd.), Fomer DGP, Tamil Nadu delivered the inaugural address on Changing socio-economic milieu : Emerging crimes against women. Shri Abhay Anand, IPS, DGP, Bihar was the chief guest for the valediction

Vertical Interaction Course on "ADVANCES IN FORENSIC SCIENCE"

Vertical Interaction Course on "Advances in Forensic Science" was conducted in the Academy from January 06-10, 2014. 10 participants attended the course. Dr. T.K. Vinod Kumar, IPS, Joint Director (Admn. & SC) inaugurated the course. Padmshri Dr. S Subramaninan, IPS(Retd.) was Chief Guest for the valedictory session.

Course on "Mobile Phone Forensics"

Course on "Mobile Phone Forensics" was conducted in the Academy from December 16-20, 2013. Objectives of the Course were, to provide basic understanding of Mobile Phone Communication technology & Hi-tech Crime trend with Mobile Phones, rules & Regulation related to Voice Interception, analyzing Call Detail Record & Tower Dump with different Softwares, sources of Digital Evidence in Mobile Phone and Mobile Phone Forensics and IT Act related issues to Mobile Phone Investigation.Chief Guest for the Valediction was Shri Subhas Goswami, IPS, DG, ITBP.

Seminar on 'Right to Information Act'

A Seminar on 'Right to Information Act' was conducted in the Academy from December 16-18, 2013. Objectives of the Seminar were, the purpose and concept of Right to information, the Salient features of the Act and its possible implications, the process of seeking and providing information, list of exemptions prescribed, the procedure of appeals and penalties imposable by Information Commission, the Responsibilities of Public Authorities and the strategy for operationalizing Right to Information. Shri M.L. Sharma, IPS(Retd.) & Former Information Commissioner, CIC was the Chief Guest for the Inauguration and Shri Rajiv Mathur Information Commissioner, New Delhi was the Chief Guest for the Valediction.

Course on Tactics - 43

Course on Tactics 43 was held in the Academy from December 9-20, 2013. A total of 41 participants attended the course which included 09 IPS officers, 11 state offices and 21 officers from CAPFs.The objectives of the course were to make participant Conversant with the conduct of tactical operations in militancy infested areas including urban, rural and jungle areas,conversant with the minor tactics and basic drills of CI Ops, conversant with use of geographical area and weapons to their tactical advantage, aware about latest technologies in terms of weapons including non-lethal options, communication equipment, body wear/armor, tentage and ration items to sustain prolonged operations & aware about importance of engaging community in insurgency / naxalism prone areas for success of CI Ops. Chief Guest for the Valediction was Shri Subhas Goswami, IPS, DG, ITBP.

28th Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture

The 28th Sardar Vallabhbhai Memorial Lecture was delivered by Ms. Aruna Roy, renowned Social & Political activist on October 15, 2013

50 years Reunion Seminar of 1963 Batch IPS (16 RR)

A 50 years Reunion Seminar of 1963 Batch IPS (16 RR) was held in the Academy on September 25-26, 2013. 31 officers of 1963 Batch participated in the Seminar. The theme of the Seminar was 'Police Leadership - Learning from the Past'. Shri Subhas Gosawmi, IPS, Director SVP NPA inaugurated the Seminar and Padmashri Dr. S. Subramanian, IPS (Retd.) was the chief guest for concluding session. Dr. Nikhil J. Gupta, Deputy Director was the Seminar coordinator.

24th Management of Training Course

24th Management of Training Course was conducted in the Academy from September 16 to 20, 2013. 24 participants attended the Course. The objectives of the course were Evolve Actionable strategies for - T.N.A and Scientific Course Designing & Implementation of `Integrated Training' Formats, Post -Training Evaluation, Soft skills training interventions, Psychological and nutritional profiling intervention, Upgrading learning infrastructure, Further improve the management of training function, Critically evaluate the tactical training interventions in their organizations for further improvement. Shri A.P. DURAI, IPS (Retd.)& Former Director, NPA was the Chief Guest for Inaugural session. Shri Subhas Goswami, IPS, Director SVP NPA was the Chief Guest for Valediction.

Phase II 64 RR

The Phase-II for the IPS Officer Trainees of 63 (2010 batch) & 64 (2011 batch) RR was conducted at the Academy from July 29 to August 23, 2013. A total of 128 OTs have participated in the training. Out of which 11 OTs are from 63 RR and 117 OTs are from 64 RR.

The Director of NPA has acted as chief guest for the inauguration and valediction sessions.

During the Course Tactics, CCTNS hands on, Supervision of grave crimes, Use of Cellular Communication data for investigation and Catalyst for change modules were conducted. Also discussions were held on Crime and investigation related issues, Law and Order related issues and Ethics and Policing related issues Apart from regular guests, dignitaries like Shri K. Vijay Kumar, Senior Security advisor (Naxal Management)MHA, Shri V. N. Rai, IPS (Retd.), Shri A.S. Gill, IPS (Retd.), Shri Jacob Punnos, IPS (Retd.) and Shri Anami Roy, IPS (Retd.) were also invited to deliver lecture:

During the course the probationers have shared their experiences gained by them during the DPT-II. They have also made presentation Cadre-wise on innovation/ good practices.

Seminar on Good Policing Practices

Seminar on Good Policing Practices was conducted in the Academy from July 22 to 24, 2013. 17 participants attended the seminar.The objective of the seminar were To share various innovative practices, which improved the service delivery and efficiency of police and how these can be implemented elsewhere and To compile these Good Practices in various domains and share them widely. Shri K Koshy, IPS (Retd.) was the Chief Guest for Inauguration and closing session.

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Course on Tactics 41 was held in the Academy from 15-27 July,2013. A total of 38 participants attended the course which included 11 IPS officers, 12 state offices and 15 CAPF.The objective of the course were to make participants aware about Conversant with the conduct of tactical operations in militancy infested areas including urban, rural and jungle areas,conversant with the minor tactics and basic drills of CI Ops,conversant with use of geographical area and weapons to their tactical advantage , aware about latest technologies in terms of weapons including non-lethal options, communication equipment, body wear/armor, tentage and ration items to sustain prolonged operations and Aware about importance of engaging community in insurgency / naxalism prone areas for success of CI Ops. The course was valedicted by Shri Subhas Goswami, Director National Police Academy .

Re-union Seminar of 1988 Batch IPS Officers

Re-union Seminar of 1988 Batch (41RR)IPS Officers was held in the Academy from 26-27 June, 2013. Shri Praveen Kumar Sinha, Deputy Director was the Seminar Director.

46th Training of Trainers Course

46th Training of Trainers Course was held in the Academy from 03-28 June, 2013.The Course was attended by 42 participants from State and CAPFs /other organization. The Course was Inaugrated by Shri K.Koshy, IPS (Retd.) and valedicted by Shri Subhas Goswami, Director National Police Academy .

Basic Course on Cyber Crimes

Basic Course on Cyber Crimes was held in the Academy from 24-28 June, 2013.The Course was attended by 38 participants,which constituted of 19 from State and 19 CPOs/other organization. The Course was valedicted by Shri Subhas Goswami, Director National Police Academy .The objective of the seminar was to develop awareness about Computer, Networking, Social Media and Cloud Computing, to understand the implications of the Cyber Crime and legal measures to counter it, to understand basics of Cyber Forensics & Standard Operating Procedures for Investigation of Cyber Crimes and not to make Participants Cyber Crime Investigator . Shri H K Kusumakar, Deputy Director was the Seminar Director.

Course on Tactics - 40

Course on Tactics - 40 was held in the Academy from 03-14 June, 2013.The Course was attended by 39 participants,which constituted of 11 IPS Officers, 08 from State and 20 CAPFs. The Course was valedicted by Shri Subhas Goswami, Director National Police Academy .The objective of the seminar was to Conversant with the conduct of tactical operations in militancy infested areas including urban, rural and jungle areas, conversant with the minor tactics and basic drills of CI Ops, conversant with use of geographical area and weapons to their tactical advantage, awareness about latest technologies in terms of weapons including non-lethal options, communication equipment, body wear/armor, tentage and ration items to sustain prolonged operations and awareness about importance of engaging community in insurgency / naxalism prone areas for success of CI Ops. Shri Parveen Bakshi, Assistant Director was the Seminar Director.

Seminar on Community Policing

Seminar on Community Policing was held in the Academy from 22-23 May,2013.The Seminar was attended by 26 participants,which constituted of 16 from State and 10 CAPFs. The Course was valedicted by Dr. M K Devarajan, IPS(Retd.) Member SHRC, Rajasthan.The objective of the seminar was to to examine the elements of community policing- its importance, concept and implementation, to discuss case studies pertaining to community policing, to analyze best practices in community policing Saring personal experience with reference to community Policing� and to identify steps to be taken for improving community policing. Shri T K Vinod Kumar, Joint Director was the Seminar Director.

Seminar on "Innovations in Forensic Science"

Seminar on "Innovations in Forensic Science" was held in the Academy from 16-17 May,2013.The Seminar was attended by 25 Delegates,which constituted of 16 from State Police, 03 from CAPFs, 02 from Armed Force (Navy) and 04 from Forensic Science. The Course was valedicted by Shri Subhas Goswami, Director National Police Academy. Dr M B Rao was the Seminar Director.

Wildlife Crime Detection Module

Wildlife Crime Detection Module was held in the Academy from 13-17 May, 2013.The Module was attended by 66 IFS Officer Trainees.The Course was inaugrated by Shri Subhas Goswami, Director National Police Academy and valedicted Shri Hitesh Malhotra, IFS, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest & Chief of Wildlife Warden, AP(Retd) . The objective of the seminar was to Increase awareness of the different dimensions and elements that constitutes Investigation of wildlife crimes, Application of Forensic Techniques in investigation of wildlife crimes, Evolve effective strategies to prevent wildlife crimes, Handle effectively mobs and related problems, and Manage trials related to wildlife crimes and to provide an opportunity for the participants to interact and exchange ideas on the subject. Shri A K Jerai, Assistant Director was the Course Co-ordinator.

Seminar on National Security

Seminar on National Secutity was held in the Academy from 06-10 May,2013.The Seminar was attended by 48 participants,which constituted of 2 IAS,15 IPS,6 IRS,13 CAPF's and 12 Defence officers.The Course was inaugrated by Shri Nehchal Sandhu,Deputy National Security Advisor and valedicted by Shri Ajit Lal,Chairman, Joint Intelligence Committee.The objective of the seminar was to Increase awareness of the different dimensions and elements that constitutes National Security as well as threats to such security and to provide an opportunity for the participants to interact and exchange ideas on the subject.Shri Milind Kanaskar, Joint Director was the Seminar Director.

Re- Union Seminar of 1983 Batch

A two day Re-Union Seminar of 1983(36 RR) batch was conducted in the Academy on 16-17 April, 2013. 31 participants have attended the Re-Union Seminar. The theme for the Re-union Seminar was Strategies For Effective Police Response To Crime Against Women. Shri Milind Kanaskar, Joint Director was the Seminar Director

Course on Tactics 39


Course on Tactics 39 was held in the Academy from 15-26 April,2013. A total of 45 participants attended the course which included 11 IPS officers, 14 state offices and 20 CAPF.The objective of the course were to make participants aware about latest technologies in terms of weapons including non-lethal options, communication equipment, body wear/armour, tentage and ration items to sustain prolonged operations.

Re- Union Seminar of 1978 Batch

A two day Re-Union Seminar of 1978(31 RR) batch was conducted in the Academy on 17-18 January, 2013. 18 participants have attended the Re-Union Seminar. The theme for the Re-union Seminar was External Reforms in Indian Police can wait but not Internal Reforms. Shri H.K. Kusumakar, Deputy Director was the Seminar Director

Dikshant Parade of 64 RR

140 Probationers of 2011 Batch has Passed Out of the portals of this great institution on November 02, 2012. At a grand ceremonial parade, Shri P Sushil Kumar Sindhe, Hon'ble Union Home Minister reviewed the parade and took the salute. On this occasion, along with the 127 IPS probationers, 4 officers from Royal Bhutan Police Service, 4 officers from Maldives Police Service & 05 officers from Nepal Police have also passed out of the Academy. 21 Lady officers were also part of the parade.
During the course of training, they have undergone rigorous training in field craft skills that includes instruction-cum-practice in various drill movements, weapon training, firing, yoga, horse riding, rock climbing, swimming, unarmed combat, map reading and field craft and tactics. The batch has also undergone training with the Greyhounds, the special task force of Andhra Pradesh Police in anti-guerilla warfare.
The batch has also been given inputs in Law, Constitution, Criminology, Psychology, Investigation, Forensic Science and Medicine, Public Order Management, Principles of Leadership and Management, and Police Ethics, besides Information Technology and Cyber Forensic.
The over all best probationer for the year, Ms Isha Pant of Madhya Pradesh Cadre. She received the Prime Minister's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver,awarded by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru in 1958, the baton and a revolver awarded by the Union Home Ministry are won by the Probationer who secures the highest overall marks in training. The second best probationer, Shri Aravindhan.P who has reported to the Tamil Nadu Cadre. He received Shri Bhubanananda Misra Memorial Trophy instituted in the memory of Shri Bhubanananda Misra, former IG of Police, Orissa in 1980, the Trophy is won by the probationer who secures the second highest marks in training.
The 1973 Batch Officer's Trophy for the Best All-round Lady IPS Probationer has been awarded to Ms.Isha Pant. Shri Aravindhan.P, has been awarded the IPS Association's Sword of Honour for the Best Outdoor Probationer.

Two Day Course for 65 Batch of Indian Revenue Service Officer Trainees

A Two day Course Was organized in the Academy for 65 Batch of Indian Revenue Service Officer Trainees.A total of 115 Officer Trainees attended the course.officers.The Course was inaugrated by Shri T K Vinod Kumar, Joint Director of the Academy and valedicted by R. Ravichandran,IRS.

50 years of Re-union Seminar of 1962 Batch

A two day Re-Union Seminar of 1962 batch was conducted in the Academy on 8- 9 Octuber, 2012. 40 participants have attended the Re-Union Seminar. The theme for the Re-union Seminar was �Sensitised Police For Empowered Society�. The seminar was inaugurated by Sh.V N Rai, Director of the Academy . Mr Hari Kishore Kusumakar,Deputy Director was the Seminar Director.

Course for Dy.SP (Probationers) of North Eastern Police Academy

The Academy organized one week training course for the Dy.SP (Probationers) from North Eastern Police Academy from 10-15 Sept, 2012. 39 Probationers attended the course. The following methodologies were adopted during the module –Lectures,Case studies, Simulation Exercises, Exercises by Tactics Wing and Interaction with guest faculty.

Seminar on National Security

Seminar on National Secutity was held in the Academy from 23-27 July,2012.The Seminar was attended by 60 participants,which constituted of 13 Defence officers,3 IAS, 12 CPO's,15 IFS and 13 IPS officers.The Course was inaugrated by Shri Sanjeev Kumar Tripathi,Secretary,R and AW and valedicted by Shri Shyamal Datta,Former Governor, Nagaland.The objective of the seminar was to enhance awareness in regard to sources and dimensions to national security,to sensitize the participants to emerging trends – domestic as well as international –impinging on national security,to enable the participants to understand the nuances of national security challenges emanating from multiple sources, and deliberate on ways to promote adequate preparedness to counter the same and to promote inter-service interaction and coordination for a composite approach to national security issues.

Brain Storming Session

The Academy organized one day Brain Storming Session on ' Issues and Concepts to be introduced in Policing in India Through Training Interventions ' The Session was attended by 26 Retired IPS officers and 3 professors.The participants were divided into Syndicate group for preperation of report.

Basic Course on Computer and Cyber Crime

The Academy Organized Basic Course on Computer and Cyber Crime from 30Aug to 05 Sept,2012. 36 Officers including IPS and various state officers attended the course. Participants were exposed to various aspects of Cyber Crime and Cyber Forensic .Classes and Hands on various Forensic Tools were conducted by the experts of concernec field.

44 th Training of Trainers Course

The Academy organized 44 th Training of Trainers Course for Dy.SP/Addl.SP and SP level Officers posted at various Police Training Organisations.44 participants attended the course which was sheduled from 25 June to 21 July,2012.The Objective of the course were to enable communication principles,problems and perspective in Police Training and to describe characteristics of adult learners.The participants were also trained to develop functional understanding of managing a training organization through visit to various leading institution.

Course on Tactics 35

Course on Tactics 35 was held in the Academy from June 25 to July 7,2012. A total of 54 participants attended the course which included 9 IPS officers, 20 state offices and 25 CAPF.The objective of the course were to make participants aware about latest technologies in terms of weapons including non-lethal options, communication equipment, body wear/armour, tentage and ration items to sustain prolonged operations.

Special Course on Tactics for RPF Probationers


The Academy organized a Special Course on tactics for RPF probationers 2011 Batch (Astt.Security Commisioners) from 09-13 July,2012.The Course covered various aspects of Railway security and threats.The trainees were also trained on restraining,arresting,handcuffing and frisking.

Module on 'Wildlife Crime Detection'for IFS Probationers


A 5-day module on Wildlife Crime Detection was held in the Academy for IFS Probationers of 2010-12 batch from 09-13 July,2012.A total of 71 Indian Forest Service Officer Trainees and 2 Bhutan Trainees attended the module.The Course included Simulation of Wildlife Crime Investigation, Mob Management,Forest Rights Acts ,Surveillance and Effective dealing with Contraband Cultivation in Forest Area. The participants were taken to visit LACONES.

30 year Re-union Seminar 1982 batch


A Re-union Seminar of IPS officers of 1982 batch(35RR)was held in the Academy on 16-17 July,2012.A total of 34 IPS officers included 6 ex-faculty attended the Seminar.The theme of the Seminar was "Regimentation in Police must yield to Democratization."Syndicate Groups were formed and deleberation was made on the Seminar theme.

Course on Tactics 36

Course on Tactics 36 was held in the Academy from 16-28 July,2012. A total of 39 participants attended the course which included 8 IPS officers, 14 state officers and 14 CAPF.The objective of the course were to make participants aware about latest technologies in terms of weapons including non-lethal options, communication equipment, body wear/armour, tentage and ration items to sustain prolonged operations.

Visit of Mr. Aamir Khan

Renowned film actor Mr. Aamir Khan visited the Academy on May 17, 2012 . He addressed and interacted with IPS Probationers of 64 RR and MCTP Phase-IV participants.

Mid Career Training Program Phase-IV

The Mid Career Training Program Phase IV for the officers of the rank of DIG who have completed 14 to 16 years of service was inaugurated in the Academy on May 14, 2012. The course which started on 14.05.2012 will conclude on 06.07.2012. Total 106 officers are participating in the course. The course was inaugurated by Dr. K.N. Sharma, IPS, DG, (BPR&D). The course was jointly conducted by the University of Cambridge, London and Jindal Global Law School of O.P. Jindal Global University. As part of the course, the participants will be taken to University of Cambridge, London for a period of two week.

COURSE ON ‘CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM : INTER-SEGMENT COORDINATION’

The Academy organized a course on ‘Criminal Justice System : Inter-segment Coordination’ from May 07-11, 2012 for officers from the four wings of criminal justice system viz. police, prosecution, judiciary and correctional administration. 47 officers including Session judges/Chief Judicial Magistrates, SsP/DIsG, officers from Prison/Correctional Services and public prosecutors from different states attended the course. The aim of the Course was to explore the modalities for improving access to justice and for better coordination amongst various segments of criminal justice system in the country. Padma Shree Prof. (Dr.) N.R.Madhava Menon inaugurated the course and Prof. (Dr.) Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad was the chief guest for the Valedictory function. .

COURSE ON COMPUTER AND CYBER CRIME

5 Day Course on computer & Cyber Crime was conducted in the Academy from April 30 to May 4, 2012. 24 Officers from states and CAPFs attended the course. Various aspects of Cyber Crime and Cyber Forensics were covered during these 5 days by the experts in the field . Shri B.J. Srinath , Senior Director (Scientist �G�) Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), Department of IT, Ministry of Communications and IT, Government of India was the Chief Guest for valedictory function and the theme of his presentation was Cyber Security: `Threats and Concerns'.

NATIONAL SEMINAR ON"POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY"

National seminar on Police Accountability was inaugurated on April 13, 2012 by H.E. Shri. M.K. Narayanan, Governor of West Bengal at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in association with the Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi. The participants included Senior Police Officers of 25-30 years service from all over the country, who are now attending Phase V Mid Career Training Programme at the NPA. In addition, Academicians from renowned institutions also attended the Seminar. The IPS Probationers belonging to 64 RR currently undergoing their Basic Course in the Academy were also present at the Seminar. Shri Sankar Sen, IPS (Retd.), Senior Fellow , Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi, Former DG, NHRC and Former Director, NPA also associated as Senior Facilitator for the Seminar. Shri Madan B Lokur, Hon�ble Chief Justice of High Court, AP presided over the Concluding Session.

Mid Career Training Program Phase-V

The Mid Career Training Program Phase V for the officers of the rank of IGP and ADGP who have completed 24 to 26 years of service was inaugurated in the Academy on April 9, 2012. The course which started on 09.04.2012 will conclude on 05.05.2012. Total 101 officers are participating in the course. The course was inaugurated by Dr. Trinath Mishra, IPS(Retd.) Former DG, CRPF, Security Advisor, ONGC. The course was jointly conducted by the London Business School, London and Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. As part of the course, the participants will be taken to London Business School, London, for a period of One week.

Seminar on Strengthening of Police Station

A two Day Course on Gender Sensitization was organised in the Academy on 27 to 28 March, 2012 . Total 24 officers are participated in the Course from different states , CAPFs and CPOs. The course was inaugurated by Sh. V.N.Rai, IPS, Director, SVPNPA. Sh. V.N.Rai in his inaugural address spoke on Perception/Reality in the context of Gender . Ms. Aruna M. Bahuguna, IPS, Addl DGP, AP presided over the valediction of the Course.

Seminar on Strengthening of Police Station

A 2 Day Seminar on Strengthening of Police Station was organised in the Academy . The course was started on 21.03.2012 and concluded on 22.03.2012. Total 15 officers are participated in the Course. The course was inaugurated by Sh. V.N.Rai, IPS, Director, SVPNPA. Sh. V.N.Rai in his inaugural address spoke on Infrastructure Profile, Human Resource � Optimisation & Development, Reception Interface, Malfeasance, Visible Crime/ Intelligence� at Police Station Level.Dr. Ajai Kumar Singh , IPS(Retd.) presided over the valedictory function.

Mid Career Training Program Phase-III

Mid Career Training Program Phase- III for the officers of the rank of Superintendent of Police who have completed 7 to 9 years of service was commenced in the Academy . The course was started on 06.02.2012 and concludes on 30.03.2012. Total 86 officers are participating in the Course. The course was inaugurated by Sh. V Dinesh Reddy, IPS, DGP Andhra Pradesh. The course was jointly conducted by the Charles Sturt University, Australia and Indian School of Business, Hyderabad. As part of the course, for additional training inputs the participants will be taken to Charles Sturt University, Australia for a period of two weeks which starts from 16th March,2012.

Seminar on "Sensitization of Police Forces for Promoting Communal Harmony and National Integration"

The Academy organized two day Seminar on "Sensitization of Police Forces for Promoting Communal Harmony and National Integration", on January 17-18, 2012. Shri V N Rai,IPS Director of the Academy welcomed the Chief guest and Participants. Shri Vibhuti Narain Rai, IPS (Retd.) Vice- Chancellor, Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University, Wardha has inaugurated the Seminar. Shri Asghar Ali Engineer ,Member, National Integration Council delivered the Key note address on the occation. Vote of Thanks was by Dr. Lalit Kumar, Secretary, NFCH, New Delhi. The Seminar was attended by 29 Officers from IAS and IPS from all over India, and 159 Officer Trainees of 64RR. Persons of eminance in the field have been invited as speakers in the sessions. Ms. Malini Aggarwal, Dy.Director(IT &FSc) was the Seminar Director.

1977 Reunion Seminar

A Reunion seminar of 1977 Batch (30RR) was held in the Academy on 9th and 10th of January,2012. The seminar was attended by 51 Officers. Sh PD Malviya, IPS (Rtd) inaugurated the seminar and also chaired the valedictory session. The theme of the seminar was "Manpower: Biggest Resource of Indian Police". 4 Syndicate groups were formed and deliberations were made on the seminar theme.

Dikshant Parade of 63 RR

134 probationers of 2010 Batch Passed Out of the portals of this great institution on November 5, 2011. At a grand ceremonial parade, Shri Chidambaram , Hon?ble Union Home Minister of India reviewed the parade and took the salute. On this occasion, along with the IPS probationers, 4 officers from Royal Bhutan Police Service 3 Officers from Nepal and 4 officers from Maldevian have also passed out of the Academy. 21 lady officers were also part of the parade.
The over all best probationer for this year, Shri Paris Anil Deshmukh born on Rajastan Cadre He was awarded with the Prime Minister?s Baton and Home Ministry?s Revolver for the Best All Round Officer Trainee. Awarded by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru in 1958, the baton and a revolver awarded by the Union Home Ministry are won by the Probationer who secures the highest overall marks in training.
The second best all round officer trainee, Shri Gaurav Singh born on Uttar Pradesh Cadre. He was awarded with the Shri Bhubanananda Misra Memorial Trophy. Instituted in memory of Shri Bhubanananda Misra, former IG of Police, Orissa in 1980, the Trophy is won by the probationer who secures the second highest marks in training.
The 1973 Batch Officers? Trophy for the Best All-round Lady IPS Probationer has also been awarded to Ms. Divya V Gopinath born on Karnataka cadre. Shri Paris Anil Deshmukh was also awarded the IPS Association?s Sword of Honour for the Best Outdoor Probationer.


Mid Career Training Program Phase-V

The Academy conducted Mid Career Training Program Phase V for the officers of the rank of IGP and ADGP who have completed 24 to 26 years of service. The course was started on 05.07.2010 and concluded on 31.07.2010 in which 121 officers participated. The course was inaugurated by Dr. Trinath Mishra, IPS(Retd.) Former DG, CRPF, Security Advisor, ONGC. The course was jointly conducted by the London Business School,London and Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. As part of the course, the participants were taken to London Business School, London, for a period of One week. Shri Koshy Koshy,IPS (Rtd),was invited for the Validiction of Phase-V.



Mid Career Training Program Phase-III

The Academy conducted Mid Career Training Program Phase III for the officers of Superintendent of Police who have completed 7 to 9 years of service. The course was started on 05.04.2010 and concluded on 28.05.2010 in which 116 officers participated. The course was inaugurated by Shri. E S L Narasimhan,His Excellency the Governor of Andhra Pradesh,India. The course was jointly conducted by the Charles Sturt University, Australia and Indian School of Business,Hyderabad. As part of the course, the participants were taken to Charles Sturt University, Australia for a period of two weeks, where the course was concluded. Dr.G.S.Raja Gopal,was invited for the Validiction of Phase-III on 14th May 2010.
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  Diamond Jubliee Celebrations
 

 

The Academy is celebrating its Diamond Jubliee Celebrations from September, 15th,2007, as it has completed 60 years in serving the Nation. As part of the celebrations, a parade by the 59RR probationers and uniformed staff was done. Sh. M K Narayanan, National Security Advisor, reviwed the parade. Later Sh M K Narayanan addressed the probationers. The celebrations will continue up to September,2008.
   
  Reunion Seminar of 1982 (35th RR)
 

 

Reunion seminar of 1977 Batch IPS officers was conducted in the Academy on 12th and 13th Nov,2007. The batch consists of 119 officers. 52 officers attended the seminar. The theme of the seminar was, "Left Wing Extremism : Challenges and Response ". The Course was conducted by Sh. Santosh Macherla, IPS, Jt. Director of the Academy.
     
  Reunion seminar of 1957 Batch IPS Officers
 

 

Reunion Seminar of 1957 Batch of IPS officers was conducted in the Academy on 27th and 28th, December, 2007. Out of 70 officers, 23 officers attended the Seminar. The theme of the seminar was " Innovative Measures to promote Citizen-Friendly Policing” . The course was conducted by Sh. Santosh MAcherla, IPS, Jt. Director of the Academy.
  9th Strategic Management Programme
 

 

A course on 9th Strategic Management Programme was held in the Academy for senior IPS officer from 31-12-2007 to 5-01-2008. 18 Officers participated in the Course from different states and CPOs. The Course was inaugurated by Sh. P P Shrivastava,IPS(Retd.,) Member North East Counsel. The objective of the course are 1. Evolve action plans for implementation on contemporary issues in Indian Police for improving organizational excellence, and 2. Strategic use of Science and Technology in Policing. The course director was sh. GHP Raju,IPS. The Course was rated as 4.6/5.0.
  Basic Course (60RR)
 

 

105 IPS Officer Trainees, including 15 lady officers, belonging to 60th Batch of Indian Police Service reported at the Academy on 10-12-2007, for the Basic Course Training (Phase – 1) of 45 weeks duration, which completes on 31-10-2008. 4 Maldivian & 4 Royal Bhutan Police officers are also undergoing training with this batch. Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director of the Academy, in his address welcomed the Officer Trainees to the glorious Indian Police Service and SVP National Police Academy.
  Course on Computer and Internet Crimes
 

 

A course on Computer and Internet crimes was conducted in the Academy from 19th - 23th November,2007. The Course was attended by 17 participants including 12 IPS officers from different states, 5 officers from CPOs. The objective of the course are 1. To understand what Computers and Network 2. To understand the implication of the Cyber world and legal measures to harness it 3. To understand basics of Cyber Forensics & Procedures for Investigation of Cyber Crimes . The Course was inaugurated by Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director,SVPNPA. The Course exposed the participants to various areas which includes, Networks, Internet related attacks such as Phishing, Website defacement, Crime Investigation, Legal Aspects of Cyber Crimes and Computer Forensics. Various eminent guest faculty were invited to deliver the lectures. The programme director was Smt. Bala Naga Devi,IPS. The course was rated 4.7/5.0.
     
  Dikshant Parade
 

 

Passing Out Parade of the 60th RR batch of IPS probationers was held on 25th October,2008. 96 IPS officers including 14 lady IPS probationers along with officers from Maldivian Police Force and Royal Bhutan passed out of the portals of this Academy. The fort walls of the parade ground reverberated to the patriotic band tunes as the probationers put their first step in service to the people. The parade was reviewed by Shri M K Narayanan, National Security Advisor,Govt. of India. The chief guest gave away the prizes to those probationers who had excelled in training. The Prime Minister's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver was presented to the overall Best Probationer Sh. Divya Mishra, allotted to Gujarat Cadre. Shri Bhubanananda Misra Memorial Trophy for the Second Best all-round IPS Probationer was awarded to Shri Inderbir Singh Punjab cadre. The IPS Association's Sword of Honour for the Best Outdoor Probationer was presented to Shri Seju P Kuruvilla, Bihar Cadre and the Mehta Cup for Studies was presented to Shri Divya Mishra, Gujarat Cadre. The chief guest, in his address to the Probationers, congratulated them for the excellent parade put up on the occasion. Dr G S Rajagopal, Director, SVP National Police Academy in his welcome address thanked the National Security Advisor for gracing the occasion and highlighted the varied inputs being given to IPS probationers to equip them with professional, physical and attitudinal virtues that an IPS officer requires in the field.
Parade
Inspecting 59RR
Hon'ble Union Home Minister giving PM's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver to Shashank Anand
  22nd Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture
 

 

Dr. P C Alexander, Member of Parliament, Former Governor of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra delivered the 22nd Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture at the Academy on the theme “Threats ot National Integration”, after lighting the lamp and offering floral tributes to the Iron Man of India Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
   
  SAARC Conference
 

 

The Academy conducted 2 day Conference of Heads of Police Training Institutions of SAARC Nations on 8th and 9th October, 2007. Representatives of 7 Nations viz., India, Pakistan,Maldives, Bhutan, Srilanka, Bangladesh, Nepal participated in the Conference. During the conference the delegates discussed various issues related to Police Training. During the two days, discussions were be held on Core Competencies of Police Training Insitutions, Organising of Joint Training Programmes, Exchange of faculty, feasibility and modalities, Offering of seats other member countries, Sharing of Training Resources amongst member countries.
     
  Course on Investigation of Anti Corruption Cases
 

 

A one week Course on Police Training was conducted in the Academy from 17th September - 22nd September, 2007. A total number of 30 officers have attended the course. The course was inaugurated by Shri Upendra Verma, Director, Vig & ACB, TVM, Kerala, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan, National Coordinator, Lok Satta. The objectives of the course were:

1. Analyse various factors leading to corruption.
2. Understand various Anti-Corruption laws.
3. Acquire knowledge and skills for the investigation and detection of corruption cases.

The Course was rated at 4.7 out of 5. Shri Dr. Darvesh Saheb, Deputy Director, was the programme director.

  Vertical Interaction Course on Police Training
 

 

A one week Course on Police Training was conducted in the Academy from 24 September - 29 September, 2007. A total number of 18 officers have attended the course. The course was inaugurated by Shri S.Ramakrishnan, IPS (Retd.), Member, WB Police Reforms Committee, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, Director, SVPNPA. The objectives of the course were:

1. Evolve Strategies for effective management of training function.
2. Draw lessons from National Training Policy for application in Police.
3. Devise strategies for continuous identification of Training and Development needs of police Personnel.
4. Devise training designs/interventions for on-the-job training of police personnel.
5. Identify training interventions for:

  • Pre-Promotion Training
  • Specialized Training

6. Make better use of IT in Managing 0rganizational learning in police.Shri Abhishek Trivedi, Asst Director, was the programme director.

  Seminar on National Security
 

 

A 5 day Seminar on National Security was conducted in the Academy from 10th September -14th September, 2007. A total number of 36 officers have attended the course. The course was inaugurated by Shri Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, Director, SVPNPA, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri Anjaneya Reddy, IPS (Retd.). The objectives of the course were:

1. To enhance awareness of the different sources and dimensions of threat to national security, among senior officers participating in the seminar.
2. To sensitize the participants to newer and emerging trends – domestic as well as international – impinging on national security.
3. To enable the participants to understand the nuances of national security challenges emanating from multiple sources, and deliberate on ways and means to promote adequate preparedness to counter the same.
4. To promote inter-service interaction and coordination for a holistic approach to national security issues.

The Course was rated at 4.7 out of 5. Shri Milind Kanaskar, Asst Director, was the programme director.

  Course on Disaster Management
 

 

A 3 day course on Disaster Management was conducted in the Academy from 5th September - 7th September, 2007. A total number of 26 officers have attended the course. The course was inaugurated by Shri K.M. Singh, IPS(Retd), and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, Director, SVPNPA. The objectives of the course were:

1. Enhance the awareness about the nature and the characteristics of different types of disasters
2. Improve their capability in dealing with disasters
3. Understand and use the developments in the field of technology in Disaster Management

The Course was rated at 4.7 out of 5. Shri Abhishek Trivedi, Asst Director, was the programme director.

  VIC:Course on Oraganised Crime
 

 

The Academy organized a one week Course on "Organised Crime" from 20th to 25th August, 2006. 17 officers from various states and CPOs and other organizations attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Shri Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, IPS, Director, SVPNPA. The objectives of the course were to enable the participants :

1. To Understand the meanings, Characteristics and magnitude of Organised Crime and appreciate the threat posed by Organised Crime to National Security.
2. To identify various types of Organised Crimes, Indicators of growth of Organised Crimes in an area, and modus operandi of criminals.
3. To identify the problems in preventing and combating the Organised Crimes.
4. To acquire the knowledge required for prevention, detection , investigation and prosecution of Organised Crime.

Shri N.Venugopal , Asst. Director was the Programme Director for the Course. Shri Anantharama, Member SEBI, was chief Guest for the Valedictory session

  Visit of Bangladesh Delegates
 

 

A Secretary level delegation from Bangladesh, consisting of 11 members, visited the Academy on August 6, 2007. Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, IPS, Director of Academy briefed the delegates on various activities with respect to training in the academy.
     
  Course on Indian Forest Service
 

 

A 5 day course on Indian Forest Service was conducted in the Academy from 6th August - 10th August, 2007. A total number of 55 officers have attended the course. The course was inaugurated by Shri Santosh Macherla, Jt. Director, SVPNPA, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri Mitesh Malhotra, Addt. PCCF, Hyderabad. The objectives of the course were:

1. Investigation of wildlife crimes
2. Application of Forensic Science Techniques in investigation of wildlife crimes
3. Evolve effective strategies to prevent wildlife crimes
4. Handle effectively mobs and related problems and
5. Manage trials related to wildlife crimes

The Course was rated at 4.8 out of 5. Mrs Anupam Saxena Singh, Asst Director, was the programme director.

  Training of Trainers Course
 

 

Training of Trainers Course was conducted in the Academy from 9th July to August, 2007. A total number of 31 officers have attended the course. The course was inaugurated by Dr.G S Rajagopal, Director, SVPNPA, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri V S Sampath, DG, NIRD.

The Course was rated at 4.8 out of 5. Shri G A Kaleem, was the programme director

  Induction Training Course
 

 

The Induction Training Course was held in the Academy from 02.07.07 to 10.08.2007, in which 31 officers participated. The Course was inaugurated by Dr.G S Rajagopal, Director, SVPNPA. The Course was rated at 4.8 out of 5. Professor A.K.Saxena was the Programme Director.

  Conference of Heads of Trg. institutions
 

 

The Academy hosted one day conference of Heads of Central Training Institutions in India on 10th July,2007 to disucss about forming a common platform among all the central training institutions for sharing of knowledge, training material etc. Heads of 16 Central Training institutions were participated. The Conference was inaugurated by Sh. Satyanandan,IAS.
     
  Course on Right to Information Act
 

 

The Course was inaugurated by Shri C.D. Arha, IAS (Retd.) Chief Information Commissioner, AP Information Commission, Hyderabad on 6th June, 2007, Shri Wajahat, Habibullah, IAS (Retd.) Chief Information Commissioner of India, New Delhi invited as Chief Guest for the Valedictory session on 08th June, 2007 who delivered the valedictory address to the participants of the course. 28 Officers have attended the course.

  Course on Police Political Leadership Interface
 

 

The Course was inaugurated by Shri Rajeev Pratap Singh Rudy, Former Union Minister of State for Commerce & Civil Aviation and National Spokesperson, BJP 17 participants attended the course. Shri AP Sinha, IAS Addl. Chief Secretary, Maharashtra was invited as the Chief Guest for the Valedictory Address on 30.05.07. 17 officers have attended the Course.

  Training Administrator Course
 

 

The course was inaugurated Dr. G.S. Rajgopal, Director, NPA on 14th May, 2007. Prof. P.M. Bhargava, Dy. Chairman of Science & Tech. Comm. (GOI), (Former Director of CCMB) invited as Chief Guest for the Valedictory session on 26.05.07 who delivered the address to the participants of the Course. 19 participants attended the course.
     
  Day to Day Policing and Internal Security
 

 

The Workshop was inaugurated by Dr.G.S. Rajagopal, Director, SVP National Police Academy on 3rd May, 2007. Shri M.A. Basith, DG & IGP, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad was invited as chief Guest for the Valedictory session on 05th May, 2007 who delivered the valedictory address to the participants of the Workshop. 15 officers have attended the Course.

  Course on Computer and Internet Crimes
 

 

The Course was inaugurated by by Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, Director, SVP NPA on 23rd April, 2007. Dr. Gulshan Rai, Director CERT –in (Indian Computer Emergency Response Team), New Delhi was invited as the Chief Guest for the Valedictory session on April 28th, 2007. He delivered the Valedictory address to the participants of the Course. 37 officers have attended the course.
     
  Science and Technology in Police Work
 

 

The Seminar was inaugurated by Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, Director, SVP National Police Academy on 20th March, 2007. Dr. Lalji Singh, Director, CCMB, was invited as Chief Guest for the Valedictory session on 24th March, 2007 who delivered the valedictory address to the participants of the Seminar. 18 officers have attended the Seminar.

  Course on Criminal Justice System
 

 

The Course was Inaugurated by Hon’ble Mr. Justice G.S. Singhvi, Chief Justice, AP High Court, Hyderabad on 19th February, 2007. He addressed the participants on Importance of Inter-segment Coordination for effective delivery of criminal justice”. Shri Rudhra Gangadharan, IAS, Director, LBS NAA, Mussoorie was invited as Chief Guest on 24th February, 2007 to deliver the Valedictory Address to the participants of the Course. 38 Officers have attended the Course.

  Management of Training Course
 

 

The Course was inaugurated by Dr. G.S. Rajgopal, IPS, Director, SVPNPA on 5th March, 2007. Dr S K Rao, Director General, Administrative Staff College of India was invited as the Chief Guest for the Valedictory Session on 15th March, 2007.He delivered the valedictory address to the participants of the Course. 14 Officers have attended the Course.

  2nd Mahatma Gandhi Endowment Lecture on “Gandhian Values and Today’s Governance” by H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
 

 

The Second Mahatma Gandhi Endowment Lecture was delivered at the Academy on Saturday the 3rd February, 2007 by His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, on “Gandhian Values and Today’s Governance”.
The Mahatma Gandhi Endowment Lecture has been instituted by the “Kaza Poorna Chandra Gandhi Trust” for Human Values, with the objective of promoting the spirit of basic human values, like truth, integrity and commitment to public service which is founded by Dr. K.P.C. Gandhi.

Dr. G.S. Rajagopal, Director of the Academy welcomed His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. Speaking on the occasion H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said that Public and Media should be educated not to blame the Police because it is the Police which provides the fences to the society for peace and orderliness. He advocated the existence of society, which is free from violence, confusion and inhibitions. This will help us in developing the sense of unity which will stitch people together.
     
Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director of the Academy proposed the vote of thanks to HH Sri Sri Ravi Shankar for his words of wisdom.
  Seminar on National Security
 

 

A one week Seminar on National Security was conducted in the Academy from 29th January to 3rd February, 2007. 37 officers attended the seminar from various states including IAS officers and Defence officers. The objectives of the course were:

• To increase awareness of the different dimensions and elements that constitute National Security as well as threats to such security
• To provide an opportunity for the participants to interact and exchange ideas on the Subject

The Seminar was inaugurated by Shri J. Harinarayan, Chief Secretary, Govt. of AP on 29th January 2007 and delivered the inaugural address. Dr. G.S.Rajagopal, Director, SVP NPA was Chief Guest for the Valedictory Session on 4th February, 2007.

     
  Renovation of PT Ground
 

 

The long overdue renovation and leveling of PT ground of the Academy was finally completed in January 2007. The major work involved dumping of about 350 trucks of fine gravel ferried from 20 Km. distance, leveling and rolling for about a month. The renovated PT ground is a sight to behold.

  Re – Union Seminar of 1956 RR
 

 

A 50 Years Re-union Seminar of 1956 RR was conducted in the Academy on 28th and 29th December, 2006. A total of 18 IPS (Retd.) Officers attended the Seminar. The Theme for the Re-union Seminar was “Internal Security Environment”. The inauguration was conducted by Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director, and the concluding remarks were given by Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director of the Academy.

Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director was the Seminar Director
     
The 50 golden years marked        
  XXX Academy Board Meeting
 

 

The XXX meeting of the SVP National Police Academy Board was held at the Academy on 20th December, 2006 in the MTC Conference Hall. Shri V K Duggal, Union Home Secretary and Chairman of the Board presided over the meeting. Shri E S L Narasimhan, Director, IB; Shri Vijay Shanker, Director, CBI; Shri Ashish Kumar Mitra, DG, BSF, Shri S I S Ahmed, DG, CISF; Shri V K Joshi, DG, ITBP; Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director. SVP NPA; Shri D Mukherjee, DGP, TN; Ms. Kiran Bedi, DG, BPR&D; Shri Pradeep V Bhide, Addl. Secretary (CS), MHA; Shri V N Gaur, Joint Secretary (P), MHA; Shri A K Srivastava, Joint Secretary (PM). MHA; Dr. Siripurapu K Rao, DG, ASCI; Shri M B Kaushal, IPS (Retd); and Shri Rajdeep Sardesai, Chief Editor, IBNCNN TV, Members; and Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director, SVP NPA and Member-Secretary of the Board, attended the meeting. The Board reviewed the follow-up action taken on the earlier meetings and also discussed about the basic training of I.P.S. Probationers and various In-service Courses for I.P.S. Officers and other Officers conducted in the Academy.
     
Shri Duggal chairs the Board Meeting            
  Basic Course (59RR)
 

 

94 IPS Officer Trainees, including 20 lady officers, belonging to 59th Batch of Indian Police Service reported at the Academy on 18-12-2006, for the Basic Course Training (Phase – 1) of 45 weeks duration, which completes on 02-11-2007. 4 Maldivian & 4 Royal Bhutan Police officers are also undergoing training with this batch. Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director of the Academy, in his address welcomed the Officer Trainees to the glorious Indian Police Service and SVP National Police Academy.

  Shri. Milind Kanaskar has joined as D.D.
 

 

Shri Milind Kanaskar is an IPS Officer of 1989 batch allotted to Madhya Pradesh Cadre. He is B.E.(Electronics). Before joining the NPA he was DIG Selection, PHQ, Bhopal. He started his career as ASP Rajnandgaon and Balaghat. He is also an author of a book on “Riot Control”.
  Vetical Interaction Course on 'Police Training'
 

 

A one week Vertical Interaction Course on “Police Training” was conducted in the Academy from 11th to 16th December, 2006. 18 participants have attended the course. The objectives of the course are:

• Evolve strategies for effective management of training function at District Battalion and Field Units level.
• Draw lessons from National Training Policy for application in police.
• Devise strategies for continuous identification of Training and Development.
• Devise training designs/interventions for on-the-job training of police personnel.
• Identify training interventions for:
• Pre-Promotion Training
• Specialized Training
• Prepare action plans for the better use of IT in managing organizational learning in police.

The Vertical Interaction Course was inaugurated by Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director of the Academy on 11th December, 2006. Dr. P Dayachari, IAS, I/c Director General, Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad, presided over the valedictory function and delivered the valedictory address to the participants of the Course on the its theme.
Dr. A. K. Saxena, Professor (T M), was the Programme Director.

  Level – III Strategic Management Programme
 

 

A one week Level-III Strategic Management Programme was conducted in the Academy from 11th to 15th December, 2006. 16 Participants have attended this Course. The objectives of the course are:

• Understand self and team which govern decision making;
• Understand the environment within which he/she operates and how he/she could be catalyst; and to
• Formulate strategies for development

The programme was inaugurated by Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director of the Academy on 11th December, 2006, and delivered the inaugural address. Shri Swaranjit Sen, DGP, AP, Hyderabad, was invited as Chief Guest for the Valedictory Session on 15th December, 2006, who delivered the valedictory address to the participants of the Course.

Shri A Hemachandran, Deputy Director, was the Programme Director.

  Re – Union Seminar
 

 

A two day Re-Union Seminar of 1981 RR was conducted in the Academy on 4th and 5th December, 2006. 36 participants have attended the Re-Union Seminar. The theme for the Re-union Seminar was “Right to Information Act”. The seminar was inaugurated by Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director of the Academy and the valedictory session was presided over by Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director. Dr. S Darvesh Saheb, Deputy Director, was the Seminar Director.
     
  19th Induction Training Course
 

 

The 19th Induction Training Course was held in the Academy from 27.11.06 to 06.01.2007, in which 27 officers participated. The Course was inaugurated by Dr.G S Rajagopal,Director,SVPNPA. The Objectives of the Course were

1.To enable the participants to acquire an all India perspective in policing,
2. To equip the participants with knowledge and skills required to manage a district charge,
3. To enable the participants to develop an understanding of modern management principles as applied to police working,
4. To help them comprehend latest trends/developments in the police profession at the national and global level.

The Course was rated at 4.7 out of 5. Ms. Satwant Atwal Trivedi was the Programme Director.

  Course on "Day – To – Day Policing and Internal Security"
 

 

A one-week course on “Day-to-Day Policing and Internal Security” was conducted in the Academy from 20th to 25th November, 2006. 17 participants have attended this course.The objectives of the Course are:

• Recapitulate the various essential elements of day-to-day policing and Station House Management.
• Understand the impact of day-to-day policing on law& order, crime prevention and crime detection tasks of the Police.
• Deliberate on adverse impact of the neglect of day-to-day policing on the growth of phenomena like Organised Crime, Terrorism, Militancy, Communal Violence, etc.
• Appreciate the implications of the absence of day-to-day policing for anti-extremists operations, counter-intelligence tasks, etc.

The course was inaugurated by Dr. G S Rajagopal, Director of the Academy, on 20th November, 2006, and delivered the inaugural address on the theme Internal Security Challenges and Day-to-Day Policing’. Shri A K Mohanty, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, was invited as Chief Guest for the Valedictory Session on 25th November, 2006, who delivered the valedictory address to the participants of the Course.

Shri Abhishek Trivedi, Assistant Director, was the Programme Director.

  Computer and Internet Crimes
 

 

A six day course on Computer & Internet Crimes was held in the Academy from 20.11.2006 to 25.11.2006. 26 participants have attended the Course. Objectives of the Course are:

• Understand the technology involved in Computer & Internet Crimes.
• Understand the legal provisions relevant to Computer & Internet Crimes.
• Understand the investigation procedures for investigation of Computer and Internet Crimes.
The course was inaugurated by Shri J Satyanarayana, CEO, NISG and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri C S Rao, IT (Advisor) Govt of AP,.

Shri Rakesh Aggarwal was the Programme Director.
     
  Course on "Police – Political Leadership Interface"
 

 

A five day Course on Police – Political Leadership Interface was conducted in the Academy from 13th to 17th November, 2006. 20 participants have attended the Course. The objectives of the programme are :

• To understand the role of police as well as political leaders in good governance, as envisaged in the Indian Constitution and the need for a healthy relationship between police and political leaders for achieving their common goal.
• To properly understand the position, role and constraints of police in a democracy and to devise means and methodology for sensitising the political leadership on these matters.
• To understand the political leaders’ vision of the police and its leadership in the 21st century.
• To understand the need to sensitise political leadership about growing dangers from phenomena like Terrorism, Organised Crime, Militancy etc.,
• To understand the need for promoting healthy Police-Politician relationship in a democratic polity, and
• To understand the role and requirements of Police Leadership in the The participants ponder over present political environment.

The Course was inaugurated by Shri K Vijaya Rama Rao, IPS(Retd.) on 13th November, 2006, and delivered inaugural address on the theme “Role & Responsibilities of Political Leaders and Police in a democratic polity”. Shri P S Ramamohan Rao, IPS (Retd.) and former Governor of Tamil Nadu delivered valedictory address to the participants of the Course on the theme “Proactive Police – Political Leadership Interface for Better Governance”.
Shri G H P Raju, Assistant Director, was the Programme Director.

  Faculty Development Programme
 

 

A one week “Faculty Development Programme” was conducted in the Academy from 06th to 10th November, 2006. The objectives of the programme are to:

• Use learning and communication principles in teaching
• Employ systems-concept of training in structuring training
• Demonstrate their skills in counseling, coaching and providing feedback to the trainees
• Construct and use the evaluation tools.

The programme was inaugurated by Shri Kamal Kumar, former Director of the Academy. The valedictory function was presided over by Dr. P S V Prasad, IPS (Retd.). 9 faculty members have attended the faculty development programme.
Dr. A K Saxena, Professor (TM) was the Programme Director.

  Dr. G.S. Rajagopal takes over as Director
 

 

Dr. G.S. Rajagopal belongs to the 1971 batch of the Indian Police Service and is borne on ‘the Rajasthan Cadre. He obtained his post graduation in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics (1968-70). As part of in-service training, he completed M.S. in Development Studies at the University of Bath, U.K (1984-85). He received a Doctorate in Journalism for his research on the topic: “ Press in India – Forms, Extent and Consequences of Control”.

Dr. Rajagopal held a variety of postings in Rajasthan and in the Government of India. He remained posted as Superintendent of Police at Barmer, Tonk, Chittorgarh and Alwar. Amongst other postings, he was the Staff Officer to the DGP, Rajasthan, Director, Rajasthan Police Academy and held stints in different ranks in the State Anti-Corruption Bureau.

In the Government of India, Dr. Rajagopal remained posted as Regional Officer, Central Board of Film Censors, Executive Director (Vigilance) – HMT, and Director (Vigilance) – Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited, Bangalore. He was also Additional Director General, Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), Ministry of Home Affairs. Prior to his appointment as Special Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs, he was Director General, NHRC. He also held additional charge of Director General, National Security Guards, Ministry of Home Affairs.

Dr. G S Rajagopal took over the charge of the Director of the Academy on 1st November, 2006.

His interests include vintage cars, philately and numismatics. He is the proud owner of a 1938 model Moris-8 vintage car.
     
Wishing each other luck           
  Superannuation of Shri Kamal Kumar
 

 

 Shri Kamal Kumar Director of the Academy retired on 31,st October, 2006. He joined the Academy as Director on 1st October, 2004.

During his tenure as the Director of the National Police Academy his outstanding contributions included the enrichment of learning infrastructure of the Academy, establishing and further strengthening the bonds of collaboration for mutual learning with the institutions of the eminence like Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai; Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad; Osmania University, Hyderabad; Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi; V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, New Delhi. He introduced a number of training programmes of contemporary relevance at the Academy. He started the Faculty Development Programmes at the Academy to help its faculty to sharpen further their trainability.

At the national level, his main contributions as the Director of the Academy included drafting of the New Police Act as a Member of Committee headed by Shri Soli J.Sorabjee. He was the Member Secretary of the Committee appointed by the MHA, New Delhi for reviewing the various reports by Commissions and Committees on Police Reforms. He conducted a National Workshop on Public Order at the Academy on the behest of Administrative Reforms Commission headed by Shri Veerappa Moily.
       
The final guard of honour and a fond farewell 
  Visiting Neighbours
 

 

A delegation of five Senior Royal Bhutan Police Officers visited the Academy on 29th October, 2006, and another Burmese delegation fo 8 members led by Maj. Gen Maung Oo, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt of Union of Myanmar, have visited the Academy on 19th December, 2006. After brief interactions with the faculty of the Academy, the visitors toured the campus and familiarized themselves with the various training facilities available at the Academy.
     
The Bhutanese Officers at Cyber Forensics lab          
  Police Political Leadership Interface
 

 

A Five Day Course on ‘Police – Political Leadership Interface’ was hel in the Academy from Nov, 13th to 17th 2006. There were 20 participants attended the course representing CPOs and other Sate Police Organizations.The Course was inaugurated by Sh. Vijay Ramarao,IPS (Retd.) & Former Minister Govt. of AP. The objective of the Course was "to understand the role and requirements of Police Leadership in the present political environment". The course was validicted by Shri P.S. Rama Mohan Rao, IPS (Retd.) & Former Governor of Tamil Nadu.

  Major repairs of Swimming Pool and Replacement of Water
 

 

The Olympic Size swimming Pool of the Academy was emptied out for repairs in November, 2006. Major repairs like replacement of worn-out tiles, stairs, inlet drains, cleaning of deck, construction of footbaths and renovation of filter plant etc. were conducted over a period of over two months. Now the pool is being refilled with fresh water and will be ready for use by February 10th, 2007.

  Farewell
 

 

Smt. Tilotama Varma, IPS(UP:1990), Deputy Director repatriated from the Academy on Lateral Transfer to CBI as DIG on 28th October, 2006.

Smt. Tilotama Varma joined the Academy as Assistant Director in June, 2002, and later promoted as Deputy Director on 10.06.2005, during this period she served the Academy in various capacities as Assistant Director(Admin), President of IPS Mess Committee, etc. The Academy wishes her all the best !!

Shri A.V. Padmanabhan, Chief Drill Instructor, was repatriated from the Academy on 3rd November, 2006. He has reported back to Director General, CRPF, New Delhi as Assistant Commandant.

Shri A.V. Padmanabhan joined the Academy as Chief Drill Instructor in July 1996. Prior to that, he had been with the NPA as an ADI (1978 to 1983), a DI (1989 to 1994). His association with NPA was more than 20 years long. He had tremendous training experience and was forever willing to take a probationer aside and get him to overcome his difficulties in the outdoors. He has taught the stiffest of probationers to back roll gracefully. He is a thorough gentleman and very patient with the most complicated of skills to be imparted to the probationers. He has been instrumental in teaching probationers everything about being not only a policeman but perhaps more important about behaving as an officer and a gentleman. The Academy wishes him all the best!!
  Dikshant Parade
 

 

Passing Out Parade of the 58th RR batch of IPS probationers was held on 26th October,2006. 86 IPS officers including 8 lady IPS probationers along with 3 officers from Maldivian Police Force and 4 officers from Royal Bhutan passed out of the portals of this Academy. The fort walls of the parade ground reverberated to the patriotic band tunes as the probationers put their first step in service to the people. The parade was reviewed by Dr.Manmohan Singh, Hon'ble Prime Minister, Govt. of India. The chief guest gave away the prizes to those probationers who had excelled in training. The Prime Minister's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver was presented to the overall Best Probationer Sh. Nishant Kumar Tiwary, allotted to Bihar Cadre. Shri Bhubanananda Misra Memorial Trophy for the Second Best all-round IPS Probationer was awarded to Shri Maninder Pratap Singh Pawar (Gujarat). The IPS Association's Sword of Honour for the Best Outdoor Probationer was presented to Shri Karma Phuntsho (Royal Bhutan Police) and the Mehta Cup for Studies was presented to Shri Nishant Kumar Tiwari (Bihar). The chief guest, in his address to the Probationers, congratulated them for the excellent parade put up on the occasion. Shri Kamal Kumar, Director, SVP National Police Academy in his welcome address thanked the Hon'ble Prime Minister for gracing the occasion and highlighted the varied inputs being given to IPS probationers to equip them with professional, physical and attitudinal virtues that an IPS officer requires in the field.
       
  Parade Inspecting 58 RR
Hon'ble Prime Minister giving PM's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver to Nishant Kumar Tiwari Musketry Cup winner
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  21st Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture on the Constitution, Rule of Law and the Police
 

 

Padmavibhushan Shri Soli J. Sorabjee, former Attorney General of India delivered the 21st Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture at the Academy on the theme “The Constitution, Rule of Law and the Police”, after lighting the lamp and offering floral tributes to the Iron Man of India Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
     
He said that however high the Police Officer might be in hierarchy but the law was above him. He is the servant of law and constitution. He advised the IPS Probationers to always assimilate this fact in their performance of duty. He strongly recommended the creation of culture for effective observance of Rule of Law in our country.
  Shri A.S. Ramachandra joined the Academy as Assistant Director(Law)
 

 

Shri A.S. Ramachandra joined the Academy as Assistant Director (Law) on 5th October, 2006. Shri A.S. Ramachandra has sixteen years experience as a Law teacher, trainer and researcher. He has also served at LBS National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie as Reader in Law, National Judicial Academy, Bhopal as Research Fellow and Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra, Dehradun as Senior Legal Consultant.
  MAHATMA GANDHI ENDOWMENT Lecture on "RELEVANCE OF GANDHIAN VALUES IN GOOD GOVERNANCE AND POLICING"
 

 

Lord (Prof.) Bhikhu Parekh delivered the first 'Mahatma Gandhi Endowment Lecture' on " Relevance of Gandhian Values in Good Governance and Policing" at the Academy on 29th September, 2006. The Mahatma Gandhi Endowment Lecture has been instituted, as an annual event, by the "Kaza Poorna Chandra Gandhi Trust" human values, Hyderabad, with the objective of promoting the spirit of basic human values, like truth, integrity and commitment to public services. This Trust is founded by the family members of Dr. KPC Gandhi, Director, Andhra Pradesh Forensic Science Laboratory.

Prof. Bhikhu Parekh strongly advocated that there should be training inputs for police in - observing non-violence. He said that the legitimacy of the State depended on how police behave in a fair, impartial and non-discriminatory manner. The state has internal and external faces in the form of police and army respectively. If the internal face is cracked and is not handsome, the legitimacy of the State will be lost. Police are to help to maintain the legitimacy by instilling trust in the society. The policemen should be continously exposed to have experiences with the public through their suitable placements in troubled places, religious communities etc., to ensure effective Policing.
     
Gandhian values revisited          
  Seminar on "National Security"
 

 

A 1 week seminar on National Security was conducted in the Academy from 25th to 30th September, 2006, for IAS/IPS officers and officers from Armed Forces and CPOs. A total number of 22 officers have attended the seminar. The objectives of the seminar were:
1. To increase awareness of the different dimensions and elements and that constitute National Security as well as threats to such security
2. To provide an opportunity for the participants to interact and exchange ideas on the subject

The seminar was inaugurated by Shri N N Vohra, LAS(Retd.) on 25th September, 2006, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri R K Khandelwal, lPS(Retd.).
Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director, was the Programme Director.
     
  GOOD BYE, GOING!
 

 

Shri Ashish Gupta is a 1989 batch IPS officer, borne on Uttar Pradesh cadre. He has done his graduation in Computer Science from IIT,. Kanpur and Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from IIM, Calcutta.

He has been repatriated from NPA on 22"d September, 2006.
  Course on Management of Outdoor Training
 

 

A 10-day course on Management of Outdoor Training was conducted in the Academy from llth to 20th September, 2006, for the rank of Dy.SP, Addl.SP and SP level officers. A total number of 44 officers have attended the training. The objectives of the course were:

1. To share the practices adopted by various training institutions in physical training, weapon training, drill, field      craft/tactics, etc and identify good practices and evaluation techniques
2. To understand human physiology and sports injuries
3. To understand principles of adult learning in the context of outdoor training
4. To understand the issues in outdoor training of women officers.
5. To understand use of counseling techniques and feedback in outdoor training
6. To appreciate the role of proper nutrition in physical training
7. To understand the role of a trainer, competencies required and need for trainer development.
8. To understand the role of confidence building activities

The course was inaugurated by Shri Kamal Kumar, Director of the Academy, on IT'1 September, 2006, and the valedictory address was also delivered by him.
Shri Rakesh Aggarwal, Assistant Director, was the Programme Director.
     
Planning for the field     
  Course on "INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND COORDINATION IN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AND TRIALS"
 

 

A 4 Day Course on International Cooperation and Coordination in Criminal Investigation and Trials was conducted in the Academy from 4th to 7th September, 2006, for the SP and above level Civil Police Officers. A total number of 22 officers have attended the course.The Objectives of the Seminar were :

1. Appreciate the need and significance of international cooperation in the context of investigation of organized crimes, terrorist crimes and transnational crimes;
2. Have an overview of the principles, legal framework and instruments relating to international cooperation in criminal investigation and trials;
3. Have an understanding of the role of INTERPOL in international cooperation in the context of criminal investigation and trials;
4. Discuss the various issues of cooperation and coordination in criminal cases in which investigation/trials involves other countries, in one way or another.
5. Identify the legal, administrative and other constraints, as also the areas that need to be strengthened, for increased international cooperation between law-enforcement agencies.

The course was inaugurated by Dr.Trinath Mishra, IPS(Retd.), on 4th September, 2006, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri Kamal Kumar, Director of the Academy.
Dr S Darvesh Saheb, Deputy Director, was the Programme Director.
     
Global efforts afoot     
  Tonk Cup Competition
 

 

The Tonk Cup Competetion in Equitation was conducted at the Academy Riding Ground on 4th September, 2006. The competetion was won by Shri Ankaj Sharma of Squad-3.
     
Shri Ankaj Sharma Jumping to victory           
  Crime Against Women and Children including Trafficking
 

 

A course on "Crime Against Women and Children including Trafficking", was held in the Academy on Aug 28 - Sept 2, 2006. The course was inaugurated by Ms. Reva Nayyar, IAS (Retd.). There were 23 participants from State Police and CPOs , Judiciary, Public Sector attended the course. The Objectives of the Course were :
1. Genesis and ramifications of crime against women & children in India.
2. The recent trends in crime against women & children
3. The problem of trafficking: Its extent & routes.
4. The desired response of the Police and the Criminal Justice System to the needs of the victims of these crimes.
     
The seminar was inaugurated by Ms.Reva Nayar, IAS(Retd) on 28th August. Ms. Aruna Bahuguna, IPS , was chief Guest for the Valedictory session.
Ms. Satwant Atwal Trivedi, Assistant Director, was the Programme Director.
  Annual Athletic Meet
 

 

The 48th Annual Athletic Meet 2006 was held in the Academy from 28th to 31st August, 2006. Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director, inaugurated the meet. Lt Karma Phuntsho of Royal Bhutan Police bagged the Best Athletic Trophy with total of 50 Points. Shri Maneesh Chaudhary also put up a commendable performance, securing 4 Gold Medals (48 Points). Ms. Manzil Saini was declared the Best Lady Athlete of the Batch, who won 4 Gold medals in the lady probationers events. Squad No. 4 emerged as Champion Squad with 208 points. Shri Vijay Shanker, Director, CBI was the chief guest for closing ceremony.
     
Lt Karma Phuntsho of Royal Bhutan Police bagged the Best Athlete Trophy
  Annual Aquatic Meet
 

 

Annual Aquatic meet - 2006 was organised on 25th and 26th August, 2006. Shri Madhur Verma, IPS Probationer, emerged as the Best Swimmer of the meet. He established the new Academy records. In the 100 M Free Style he clocked 1.23.37 Min as against the 01.24.09 Min. of last year. In the 200 M Individual Medley he clocked 03.11.28 Min. as against 3.19.58 of last year. Shri Kabib K, won the A S Brar Trophy for 100 Meter Breast Stroke Event.
     
Madhur Verma - Best Swimmer         
  Workshop on "Quality Management for Improving the Delivery of Police Service to the People"
 

 

A Workshop on "Quality Management for Improving the Delivery of Police Service to the People" held by the Academy on August 24 - 26th, 2006. The Course was inaugurated by Dr. Subhramanian, IPS (Retd.). There were 23 participants from State police and CPOs. The Objectives of the Course were : To sensitise the participants to the principles of Quality Management Systems and the application of these principles and practices for improving the delivery of police service to the people. The Workshop is conducted in collaboration with the Bureau of Indian Standards.

Sh. Hemachandran, Dy. Director was the Programm Director for the Course, and the participants rated the over all Grading of the Course as 4.3/5: Excellent. Sh. S P Sharma,DG, BISF was chief Guest for the Valedictory session
  Salute on the Independence Day
 

 

The Probationers showed their hard work and dedication by putting an excellent performance in Independence Day Parade on 15th August, 2006. They put up a colorful parade. Shri Murlidhar, IPS Probationer, commanded the parade. Shri Kamal Kumar, Director Academy, reviewed the parade
     
The Nation's Freedom celebrated         
  Right to information Act for Police Officers
 

 

A course on Right to Information Act for Police Officers was held in the Academy on August 7th-8th 2006. The course was inaugurated by Sh. C D Arha,IAS (Rtd.). There were 33 participants from State Police and CPOs attended the course. The Objectives of the Course were :
1. To describe the concept and purpose of Right to Information
2. To explain the salient features of the Right to Information Act and their possible implications
3. To describe the process of seeking and providing information
4. To list exemptions prescribed in the Act
5.To explain the procedure of appeals and penalties imposable by Information Commissions
6. To describe responsibilities of Public Authorities
7. To explain the strategy for operationalizing Right to Information.

Sh. N Venugopal, Asst. Director was the Programme Director for the Course, and the participants rated the over all Grading of the Course as 4.5/5: Excellent. Shri kamal Kumar, IPS, Director, SVP National Police Academy was chief Guest for the Valedictory session.
  1955 Reunion Seminar
 

 

A 2 day seminar on Proposed Police Mission : Opportunity & Tasks for 55 batch of IPS officers(Retd.) was conducted in the Academy from 29th-30th December, 2005. The 1955 RR batch consists of 32 IPS officers. The Seminar was attended by 18 officers. This Batch has made Indian Police proud by giving some of the Finest Officers to the Country.
  VIC : Community participation in Policing
 

 

The Academy organized a one week Vertical Interaction Course on "Community Participation in Policing" for officers of the rank of SP and above, from 19th to 24th Dec., 2005. 17 officers attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Dr. Jayaprakash Narayn, National Campaign Coordinator, Loksatta. The objectives of the course were 1. To understand the concept of Community Participation in Policing 2. To understand how Community Participation has Force Multiplier Effect in Policing. 3. To identify the scope of Community Participation in Day-to-Day Policing 4. To prepare a Blueprint for Community Participation in Policing. Sh. GHP Raju, Asst. Director was the Programme Director for the Course, and the participants rated the over all Grading of the Course as 4.5/5: Excellent.
  Basic Course(58RR)
 

 

92 IPS Officer Trainees, including 10 lady officers, belonging to 58th Batch of Indian Police Service reported at the Academy on 12-12-2005, for the Basic Course Training (Phase - 1) of 44 weeks duration, which completes on 31-10-2006. 3 Maldivian & 4 Royal Bhutan Police officers are also undergoing training with this batch. Shri Kamal Kumar, Director of the Academy, in his address welcomed the Officer Trainees to the glorious Indian Police Service and SVP National Police Academy.
  Investigation of Frauds and Scams
 

 

The Academy conducted a one week course on "Investigation of Frauds and Scams" for officers of the rank of Suptd. of Police and above, from 05th to 10th Dec., 2005. 17 officers attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Sh. R K Raghavan, IPS (Retd.), Former Director, CBI. Various important topics including Money laundering, Export and Import frauds, Stock market scams etc., were presented by eminent guest faculty. Shri K Vijay Rama Rao,(Retd.), Former Dir,CBI and Ex-Minister Govt. of AP, was Chief Guest for Valedictory Session.
  7th SOC : Level – III Strategic Management Programme
 

 

A 5 day course on "7th SOC : Level - III Strategic Management Programme" was conducted in the Academy from 21st to 25th November, 2005, for the officers of the rank of Inspector General of Police. The Course was inauguraed by Shri C. Anjaneya Reddy, IPS (Retd.). 23 Officers attended the Course. The objective of the course was 1. "TO EVOLVE ACTION PLANS FOR IMPLEMENTATION ON CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FOR IMPROVING POLICE ORGANISATIONAL EXCELLENCE 2. According to the recommendation of the Satish Sahney Committee  SMP should be in the form of Thematic Workshops and Syndicate Studies under the guidance of expert facilitators and there should be no lectures. Shri Kamal kumar,Director of the Academy was Chief Guest for Valedictory Session. Sh. A. Hemachandran, IPS was the Programme Director and course was rated 4.5/5 :Excellent.
  Criminal Justice System - Inter-Segment Coordination
 

 

The Academy organized a one week Course on Criminal Justice System: Inter-segment Co-ordination for officers of the rank of Supdt. of Police, DIGP and officers from judicial & Prosecution and equivalent ranks from other organizations from 14th to 19th Nov., 2005. In all 30 officers ( 7 from State Police + 2 from CPOs + 6 from Prosecution Departments + 14 Judicial officers and 1 officer from Prison Dept.) attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Dr. S. Subramanian, IPS (Retd.) on 14th Nov., 05. He addressed the Course participants on the theme: "Importance of Inter-segment Co-ordination for Effective delivery of Criminal Justice". Dr. Justice V.S. Malimath, former Chief Justice of Karnataka and Kerala High Courts was Chief Guest for Valediction Session. He delivered lecture on "Reforms in Criminal Justice System: Recommendations of Malimath Committee" Ms. Tilotama Verma, Dy. Director was the Programme Director for the Course, and the participants rated the over all Grading of the Course as 4/6/5: Excellent.
  Dikshant Parade
 

 

The Passing Out Parade of the 57th RR batch of IPS probationers was held on 05th November,2005. 81 IPS officers including 6 lady IPS probationers along with 4 officers from Maldivian Police Force and 2 officers from Royal Bhutan passed out of the portals of this Academy. The fort walls of the parade ground reverberated to the patriotic band tunes as the probationers put their first step in service to the people. The parade was reviewed by Shri Shivraj V Patil, Hon'ble Union Home Minister, Govt. of India. The chief guest gave away the prizes to those probationers who had excelled in training. The Prime Minister's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver was presented to the overall Best Probationer Sh. K A Senthil Velan, allotted to Tamilnadu Cadre. Shri Bhubanananda Misra Memorial Trophy for the Second Best all-round IPS Probationer was awarded to Shri Vikas Kumar (Nagaland). The IPS Association's Sword of Honour for the Best Outdoor Probationer was presented to Shri Gaurav Srivastava (Rajastan Cadre) and the Mehta Cup for Studies was presented to Shri Vikas Kumar (Nagaland). The chief guest, in his address to the Probationers, congratulated them for the excellent parade put up on the occasion. He exhorted Probationers to be free from bias and prejudice against religion, region, language or caste. He said that "It is high time to transform police from a force to a service". Shri Kamal Kumar, Director, SVP National Police Academy in his welcome address thanked the Honble Union Home Minister for gracing the occasion and highlighted the varied inputs being given to IPS probationers to equip them with professional, physical and attitudinal virtues that an IPS officer requires in the field. The speech by the Union Home Minister, on the occasion can be referred below.
  Training Managers Workshop
 

 

A Training manager's workshop was held on 03-11-2005 in the Academy. The session was inaugurated by Sh. Kamal Kumar, Director of the Academy. 13 delegates from different Police Training Institutions across the country attended the workshop. The workshop defined the road map for implementation of the PoTNET (Police Training Network Server) by the Police Trainining Institutes, apart from discussing the expectations of the Academy from the States in respect of District Practical Training of IPS Probationers.
  20th SVP Memorial Lecture
 

 

Hon'ble President of India Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, delivered the 20th Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture on "National Development : Police a Partner" at the Academy on 15th October, 2005. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Memorial Lecture is an Annual feature of the Academy in the honour and memory of the great son of soil, Sardar Patel. Sh. Kamal Kumar, Director of the Academy welcomed the guest and presented a memento to the esteemed guest. The speech and the presentation delivered by the President of India,on the occasion can be referred here.
  Computer and Internet Crimes
 

 

A six day course on Computer & Internet Crimes was held in the Academy from 26.09.2005 to 01.10.2005. There were 32 participants in the cause including 6 from Central Economic Intelligence Bureau (CEIB). The course covered the legal issues besides the procedural aspects of investigation computer and internet crimes. The participants were taken on visit to VSNL, ISP and computer crime division of GQD, Hyderabad for a fist hand experience of an interface of investigator with other agencies. The faculty was drawn from police organization, private educational agencies and corporate sector. The course was inaugurated by Shri Kamal Kumar, Director, SVP NPA and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri T.K.Vishwanathan, Secretary to GOI, Ministry of Law & Justice. Shri Rakesh Aggarwal was the Programme Director.
  Seminar on National Security
 

 

A seminar on National Security was inaugurated by Sh. N N Vohra, Former Union secretary on 29th August,2005. 41 participants from IAS,IPS and Defence services are participating in the seminar. The Theme of the seminar is "National Security and Overview". The Seminar concluded on 03rd Sep.2005
  Training Administrators Course
 

 

'25th Training Administrators' Course for the Officers of the ranks of Superintendent of Police and Dy. Inspectors General of Police is being attended by 21 Officers. The course coveres inter-alia Role of Training Administrators; emerging modem concepts of training psychology of training adults; individualized and group centered methods, and training aids; need-based training designs and evaluation tools; development of faculty; benchmarks for effective Indoor and Outdoor training; effective administration of courses and management of training function. The participants in their action plans reflected that they would apply the learning in the domains like- Management of Training function, Use of Ice-breakers in training, Participative training methodology, Training Needs Assessment and Programme Designing, Strategies for Faculty Development, Benchmarking the training process, Creating better interface between field and training institutions, Quality of training through learning infrastructure development, Monitoring and Evaluation of Training and Planning and Presenting Effective presentations. The Course concluded on 3rd Sept,2005.
  2 - DAY REGIONAL WORKSHOPS OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF POLICE
 

 

In connection with the proposed Interaction of Superintendents of Police with Hon'ble Prime Minister, four Preparatory Regional Workshops of Superintendents of Police to discuss issues relating to policing and improving the delivery of police service to the people, have been scheduled to be held at the following places on the dates mentioned against each: (1) NPA, Hyderabad .. 14.6.05 & 15.6.05 (2) Guwahati .. 20.6.05 & 21.6.05 (3) Srinagar .. 27.6.05 & 28.6.05 (4) Mumbai .. 04.7.05 & 05.7.05 2. The following 8 topics have been included in the agenda for discussion at each of the Regional Workshops: (1) Improvement in Delivery of Police Service to the People. (2) Community Participation in Policing (3) National Security Challenges before the Police (Terrorism, Militancy, Organised Crimes, etc.) (4) Criminal Justice Reforms (5) Recruitment, Training and Human Resource Development in the Police (6) Rural Policing and Village Police Set-up (7) Problems of Urban and Metropolitan Policing (8) New Challenges to Policing in the Context of Technological Advancements and Economic Development 3. The details of the Workshop, Notes on Agenda and Issues for deliberation at Regional Workshops, Contact numbers of Nodal Officers, Nominations from various State Governments / UTs, Format and Modalities of the Workshop are available on MHA Website (www.mha.nic.in). 4. As scheduled, the first 2-day Regional Workshop of Superintendents of Police was held in the Academy on 14th and 15th June, 2005. 74 officers of the rank of Superintendent of Police from Southern Region, i.e., Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Pondicherry, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Chattisgarh and Jharkhand participated in the Workshop. The participants discussed the topics included in the agenda and formulated their views and suggestions under the guidance of the following dignitaries invited to act as Moderators: (1) Shri A.P. Mukherjee, (PS (Retd) (2) Shri Sankar Sen, IPS (Retd.) (3) Shri S.V.M. Tripathi, IPS (Retd.) (4) Shri Satish Sahney, IPS (Retd.) (5) Shri K.K. Kashyap, IPS (Retd.)
  Training Administrators Course
 

 

24th Training Administrators' Course for the Officers of the ranks of Superintendent of Police and Dy. Inspectors General of Police was attended by 19 Officers. The course covered inter-alia Role of Training Administrators; emerging modem concepts of training psychology of training adults; individualized and group centered methods, and training aids; need-based training designs and evaluation tools; development of faculty; benchmarks for effective Indoor and Outdoor training; effective administration of courses and management of training function. The participants in their action plans reflected that they would apply the learning in the domains like- Management of Training function, Use of Ice-breakers in training, Participative training methodology, Training Needs Assessment and Programme Designing, Strategies for Faculty Development, Benchmarking the training process, Creating better interface between field and training institutions, Quality of training through learning infrastructure development, Monitoring and Evaluation of Training and Planning and Presenting Effective presentations. The faculty for the course included eminent Academicians and Police Officers - Padmashree Dr. S.subramanian, IPS (Retd.), Shri P.s.V. Prasad, former Addl. Director, NP A; Prof. Nageshwar Rao, Hyderabad., Prof.F.D. Vakil(Retd.), Dept.of Political Science, au, Hyderabad; Prof. Harigopal, Former Director, IPE, Hyderabad and Shri K. Koshy, Addl. DGP. Dr. A.K.Saxena was the Programme Director. The course attracted an overall grading of 4.7 out of 5.
  National Workshop on Public Order
 

 

The Government of India set up the Second Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) under the chairmanship of Shri M Veerappa Moily, former Chief Minister of Karnataka, to prepare a detailed blueprint for reforming the public administrative system in the country. One of the terms of reference for the Commission was to examine issues relating to Public Order. The Academy organized a National Workshop on Public Order on behalf of the Commission on 11th and 12th March, 2006, for this purpose. The workshop was attended by 100 seasoned representatives from the general administration, the police and NGOs, besides academics, lawyers, journalists, inaugurated by Shri M Veerappa Moily, Chairman, ARC.
The deliberations were undertaken on the following four sub-themes under the guidance of expert panelists.

1. Organized violence, Terrorism & Extremism : Role of the State and Reforms.
2. Role of the Government, Executive Magistracy & Judiciary in Public Order Management : Need for Reforms.
3. Role of the Police in Public Order Management : Need for Reforms.
4. Public Order : Need for Reforms in the Criminal Justice System.
     
Public Order under debate         
  Day to Day Policing and Internal Security
 

 

The Academy organized a one week workshop on "Day to Day Policing and Internal Security" for officers of the rank of SP and above, from 17th to 22nd April , 2006. 17 officers from various states and CPOs attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Shri .K. Vijayarama Rao, IPS (Retd.) The objectives of the course were 1. Recapitulate the various essential elements of day-to-day policing . 2. Understand the impact of day-to-day policing on law & order, crime prevention and crime detection tasks of the Police. 3. Deliberate on adverse impact of the neglect of day-to-day policing on the growth of phenomena like Organized Crime, Terrorism, Militancy, Communal Violence, etc. 4. Appreciate the implications of the absence of day-to-day policing for anti-extremists operations, counter-intelligence tasks, etc. Sh. Abhishek Trivedi , Asst. Director was the Programme Director for the Course, and the participants rated the over all Grading of the Course as 4.77/5: Excellent. Shri kamal Kumar, IPS, Director, SVP National Police Academy was chief Guest for the Valedictory session.
  Computer and Internet Crimes
 

 

The Academy organized a one week Course on "Computer and Internet Crimes" for officers of the rank of SP and above, from 24th to 29th April , 2006. 31 officers from various states and CPOs and other organizations attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Shri Kamal Kumar, IPS, Director, SVP National Police Academy The objectives of the course were to enable the participants 1. The technology involved 2. The legal provisions 3. The investigating procedures Sh. Rakesh Aggarwal, Asst. Director was the Programme Director for the Course, and the participants rated the over all Grading of the Course as 4.8/5: Excellent. Shri Mr. J. Satyanarayana, CEO, NISG, Hyderabad, India was chief Guest for the Valedictory session.
  Research Methodology
 

 

The Academy organized a two weeks orientation Course on "Research Methodology" for officers of the rank of SP and above, from 15th to 25th May, 2006. 13 officers from various states and CPOs attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Shri Kamal Kumar, IPS, Director, SVP National Police Academy Shri Ashish Gupta, D.D. (ToT & Research) was the Programme Director for the Course.
  35th Training of Trainers Course
 

 

A 5-week 35th Training of Trainers Course was conducted in the Academy from 3rd July to August, 2006, for Dy.SP, Addl.SP, and SP level officers. A total number of 27 officers have attended the course.

The objectives of the course were:
1. Describe importance and significance of training in improving police performance and images.
2. Enlist characteristics of adult learners; communication principles.
3. Select and use training methods.
4. Prepare and use training aids.
5. Assess training need and develop need based Indoor and Outdoor course designs for their trainees.
6. Develop functional understanding of managing a training Organization through visit to various leading institutions during this course.

The course was inaugurated by Dr S Subramanian, IPS(Retd.) on 3rd July, 2006, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri V K Deuskar, IPS(Retd.).

Shri G A Kaleem, Asst Director, was the programme director.
  Course on Oraganised Crime
 

 

The Academy organized a one week Course on "Organised Crime" for officers of the rank of SP and above, from 10th to 15th July, 2006. 24 officers from various states and CPOs and other organizations attended the course. The Course was inaugurated by Shri K. Vijayarama Rao, IPS(Retd). The objectives of the course were to enable the participants :
1. Understand the meaning, characteristics and magnitude of organized crime and appreciate the threat posed by Organized crime to National Security.
2. Identify various types of Organized Crimes, indicators of growth of organized crimes in the are, and modus operandi of criminals.
3. Discuss strategies for prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of organized crimes and evolve means and methodologies to counter such crimes.
4. Understand the underlying causes of growth of organized crime and identify measures needed to be taken by the police to control the same at the initial stages.

Smt Satwant Atwal Trivedi , Asst. Director was the Programme Director for the Course. Shri Anantha Ramana, Member SEBI, Chief Commissioner of Income tax (Retired) was chief Guest for the Valedictory session.
  Course on "Right to Information Act"
 

 

A 2 day Course on RIght to iNformation Act for Police Officers was conducted in the Academy on 7th and 8th August, 2006 for the rank of SP and above level officers. A total number of 33 officers have attended the course.

The objectives of the course were:
1. Describe the concept and purpose of Right to Information.
2. Explain the salient features of the Right to Information Act and their possible implications.
3. Describe th process of seeking and providing information.
4. List exemptions prescribed in the Act Explain the procedure of appeals and penalties impossible by Information.
5. Commissions.
6. Describe responsibilites of Public Authorities Explain the strategy for operationalizing Right to Information.

The course was inaugurated by Shri C D Arah, IAS(Retd.), Chief Information commissioner, Andhra Pradesh on 7th August, 2006, and the valedictory address was delivered by Shri Kamal Kumar, Director of the Academy.

Ms. Tilotama Varma, Deputy Director, was the Programme Director.
     
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  Training Programme for Uttaranchal Police
 

 

A 2 week training programme for Uttaranchal Police was conducted in the Academy from 21st August to 2nd September, 2006, for the directly recruited Dy.SPs of Uttaranchal Police. A total number of 20 officers have attended the training programme.

The objectives of the course were:
1. Enlargeing the vision of Directly recruited Dy.SPs
2. Imparting them knowledge about the functioning of other Central Police Organizations, Law and Forensic Science.
3. Developing their Personality.

The training programme was inaugurated by Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director of the Academy, on 21st August, 2006, and the valedictory address was delivered by Ms.Kanchan Choudhary Bhattacharya, DGP, Uttaranchal.

Ms. B Bala Naga Devi, Assistant Director, was the Programme Director.
 
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