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Objectives of Police Training

To impart basic training to the new entrants from the level of Police Constable to the level of Assistant Superintendents of Police. The strategy of training has been recently re-engineered to impart professional skills ethics and morals of the highest standard, it also tries to inculcate a spirit of service to the community. The methodology of training includes Group discussion, Role Play, Presentation, Quiz and various types of Competitions and interactive processes in addition to conventional methods of training. The curriculum is giving sufficient opportunity for sharing of experience and building up of camaraderie both in formal and informal atmosphere. All the participants are being given training in Yoga and Meditation as an exercise for stress management. Adequate emphasis is also being laid in sensitizing the trainees on correct attitude and behavioural responses to render better service to the public.

 

   Police Training Institutions

  1. KPA, Mysore                                              Link
  2. PTC, Gulbarga                                           Link
  3. KSPTS, Channapatna
  4. PTS, Khanapura
  5. ATPS, Yelahanka
  6. PDMS, Yelahanka
  7. PTS , Dharwad
  8. PTS ,Mysuru
  9. PTS, Hassan
  10. PTS, Aimangala, Chitradurga
  11. PTS, Kaduru, Chickmagaluru
  12. PTS, Thanisandra, Bengaluru
  13. IRB Munirabad
  14. Karnataka Police Wireless training Institute
  15. Special Branch Training Institute
  16. Traffic Training Institute

 

Karnataka Police Academy, Mysore 

Karnataka Police Academy is headed by the Director of the rank of the Inspector General of Police and is assisted by Dy.Director of the rank of Superintendent of Police. The Objective of the academy is to impart basic training to the new entrants at the level of Sub-Inspectors of Police and Deputy Superintendents of Police.  The academy imparts three weeks Post-Institutional Training to IPS probationers of Karnataka Cadre, other than the above KPA also conducts refresher and capsule courses for In-service police officers, Excise, Motor Transport, Fire Force, Prisons & basic police training to other states/countries.

Type of Training Imparted in the Training Institute
1. Post Institutional Training for IPS Probationers
2. Basic Training for Gazetted Probationers (Syllabus enclosed)
3. Basic Training for Prob. PSIs (Syllabus enclosed) (Proposed)
4. Refresher Courses
5. Orientation Courses
6. Theme based course
7. Basic Training for other States and Foreign Police Officer (Puducherry, Maldives, Royal Bhutan)
8. Training to officers of other department ( Transport, State Excise, Central Excise)

 

Police training collage Gulbarga 

The Police Training College, Gulbarga was inaugurated in 2003. This institution aims to train police officers of the rank of PSIs and below. This training institute has adequate infrastructure facilities. Objectives of PTC is to impart basic training to the new entrants at the level of Sub-inspector of Police and Constables of Police of Civil, Armed reserve and other special units.  To conduct refresher and capsule course for in-service Police officers to update their professional Knowledge and skills. To create a pool of Police Trainers for the state of Karnataka. The College strives to impart professional skills ethics and morals of the highest standard, it also tries to inculcate a spirit of service to the community in the training.

Types of training imparted in the training institute.
1. Basic Training Course for PCs (9 months) & PSIs (12 months) and Re-Orientation Courses for in service personnel.
2. Refresher course for in-service police personnel.
3. Stress management.
4. Gender sensitization & people-friendly police work shop.

 

Karnataka State Police Training School

Karnataka State Police Training School at Channapatna was established in the year 1965 to impart training to the civil Police Constables. This training School works under the administrative control of the Superintendents of Police but the academic control rests with the training command.

Types of training imparted in the training institute.
1. 9 months basic training course for newly recruited police constables.
2. Refresher course for in-service police personnel.
3. Stress management.
4. Gender sensitization & people-friendly police work shop.

 

PTS, Khanapura
Types of training imparted in the training institute.
1. 9 months basic training course for newly recruited police constables.
2. Refresher course for in-service police personnel.
3. Stress management.
4. Gender sensitization & people-friendly police work shop.

 

Armed Police Training School, Yelahanka, Bengaluru
The Armed Police Constables of the District Armed Reserves of the various districts as well as the City Armed Reserve are given the initial basic training in this training school. It is under the charge of a Principal of the rank of Superintendent of Police (non-IPS)

 

Police Driving and Maintenance School

The Police Driving and Maintenance School has been sanctioned at Bangalore to provide adequate and proper training in driving and maintenance of motor vehicles to the drivers of the Police Department and a course on fleet management for the officers who are required to supervise the maintenance and management of the vehicles. A Superintendent of Police (Armed) is in charge of the school as Principal. He is provided with the required number of inspectors as Junior Instructors and other supervisory staff. Vehicles required for training are also provided in adequate numbers. 

 

PTS Dharwad,

PTS Mysuru,

PTS Hassan,

PTS Aimangala, Chitradurga.

PTS Kaduru, Chickamagaluru.

PTS, Thanisandra, Bengaluru

These training Schools were established to impart basic training course for newly recruited police constables. The schools are under the charge of a Principal of the rank of Superintendents of Police but the academic control rests with the training command.

 

IRB Munirabad

The Police Constables of the K.S.R.P. are trained in this School. The school is under the charge of a Principal of the rank of Commandant of K.S.R.P. The Principal is assisted by instructional /executive staff:
The syllabus for the training of these Police Constables is the same as that prescribed for the Armed Police Constables in order No. 1805. However, the Additional Director General of Police of K.S.R.P. may make marginal changes in this syllabus with the approval of the Director General to suit the special requirements of the K.S.R.P.

 

Karnataka Police Wireless Training Institute

Karnataka Police Wireless Training Institute was sanctioned by the Government in the year 1958 to train wireless operators of the Wireless Branch and the Karanataka State Reserve Police. The wireless operators of the rank of Police Constables, Head Constables and Assistant Sub-Inspectors are trained in this Institute which has a capacity to train 90 wireless operators at a time. The training course is for a period of nine months.This institute is under the charge of a Dy.S.P (Wireless) who works under the control and supervision of the Superintendent of Police, Wireless and Additional Director General Communication Logistics & Modernisation

 

Special Branch Training Institute

The Special Branch Training Institute, Bangalore, was started on 27th January, 1965 as per the orders of the Government contained in Government Order No. HD 42 SSB 64 dated 20.06.1964. The main object of establishing this Institute is to train Police Officers in the art of collecting intelligence, and in the performance of multifaceted duties connected with Intelligence work. The institute has a staff of one Deputy Superintendent of Police and two Police Inspectors, the work being supervised by the Superintendent of Police, Administration and the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Intelligence, Bangalore.

 

Traffic Traning Institute

The Traffic Training Institute was set up in Bangalore in 1975 with one Assistant Commissioner of Police, 3 Police Inspectors, 3 Sub-Inspectors, 1 Assistant Sub-Inspector (Draughtsman) with the necessary supporting subordinate staff. This institute is meant to train the officers and men of the department in traffic engineering, traffic control, enforcement of traffic law, investigation of traffic accident cases and allied subjects, Subsequently, additional staff of 3 Sub-Inspectors, 4 Assistant Sub-Inspectors, 2 Head Constables and 8 Police Constables was sanctioned to train auto-rickshaw drivers in road discipline, traffic regulation, road safety and allied matters. The TTI also imparts training to school children in traffic regulation and control. 

Last Updated: 23-07-2021 04:10 PM Updated By: Admin


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