ITANAGAR, Nov 10: Arunachal Pradesh Police in collaboration with National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Delhi conducted two days advance training course on human rights at PTC Banderdewa on November 9 and 10.
Speaking at the valedictory session, Principal, PTC Dr. Navdeep Singh Brar exhorted the participants to respect human rights in their personnel and professional lives. He stressed that Human Rights starts at home. He thanked the DGP, Arunachal Pradesh for envisioning and planning the training programme.
The two days training module covered the critical human right aspects, role of the police, guidelines/legal provisions of arrest & custody management, Parole & rights of under trials, rights of vulnerable sections, women, children, SC/ST etc. Altogether 54 police officers from various districts of Arunachal Pradesh in the ranks of Cts to DySP/ASP participated in the course.
Experts from Guwahati High Court, Rajiv Gandhi University, State Commission for Women and also senior police officer imparted the training to the participants. DySP (Trg) Dusu Kaling and other officers of PTC were also present during the valedictory session.