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India Facilitates Capacity Building Training for Sri Lankan Police Personnel

June 22, Colombo (LNW): On the request of the Sri Lanka Police, the High Commission of India has been facilitating capacity-building training courses for the personnel of the Sri Lankan Police at premier Police training institutions in India. These institutions include the Central Detective Training Institute (CDTI) in Jaipur, CDTI in Hyderabad, CDTI in Kolkata, and the National Security Guard (NSG) in Manesar.

India regularly offers fully funded training slots to Sri Lankan Police personnel for various courses designed to enhance the skills of the officers. Since the beginning of 2024, over 60 Police personnel, including junior, mid-level, and senior officers, have benefited from training courses on subjects such as crime scene management, artificial intelligence and cybercrime investigation, and VIP security training. These courses are provided by the Indian Government under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) and the ‘Aid to Sri Lanka’ programme. It is expected that over 130 Sri Lankan Police officers will be trained in India this year.

A batch of 23 senior Police officers recently left for New Delhi to attend a specially designed two-week course that started on June 18. Before departing for the course, the officers had an interaction with Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, Santosh Jha. Currently, these officers are undergoing training at the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in various subjects such as terror financing, internal security dynamics, Islamic and other religious fundamentalism.

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