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Oct 11, 2018
2:27PM

Hyderabad: 30 Sri Lankan Police Officers participate in a training program on Industrial security at NISA

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A team of 30 Sri Lankan Police Officers participated in a training program on Industrial security at the National Industrial Security Academy (NISA) in Hyderabad last month. The training programme was fully-funded by the Government of India, with a sponsorship of over 50 lakh Sri Lankan rupees. 


The 30 officers, ranging from ranks of Chief Inspector of Police, Inspector of Police and Sub-inspector of Police, participated in the programme. Besides lectures conducted by subject matter experts, the trainees also had first-hand exposure to the latest gadgets used in the field. 

The Government of India provided full hospitality as a gesture of strengthening people-to-people contact between India and Sri Lanka. Several other training programmes such as crime scene management and CCTV Analysis, cyber forensics, VIP Security, Traffic Management and a seminar on Financial Crime, have been organised by India for Sri Lanka’s Police Force this year.

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