Police training courses

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Different Training Courses

•    Vertical Interaction Course
•    Station House Management
•    Orientation Course
•    Supervisory Skills
•    VIP Security
•    In House Training
•    Crowd Control
•    Training of Trainers
•    Drug Law Enforcement
•    Promotional Courses
•    Handling of Explosives
•    Management Development Programme
•    Police Community Relations
•    Capsule course on Time/ Stress Management, White Collar Crime,
•    SCs & STs (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989 and Rules 1995
•    Creating Awareness on Prevention of HIV / AIDS
•    Police and Human Rights
•    Trafficking in Persons and Role of Police
•    Skills in Investigation
•    Scientific Aids to Investigation
•    Station House Management and Skills in Investigation
•    Course on Gender Sensitisation and People-Friendly Police
•    Life Style & Stress Management
•    Workshop on Special Juvenile Police Units
•    Cyber Crime
•    Policing : Reaching out to the Minorities
•    Fight Against Terror
•    Communications for Police Leadership
•    Soft Skills
•    Interrogation Techniques, Militancy, Terrorism & National Security Issues
•    Disaster Management
•    Course on Latest rulings with regard to Criminal Law
•    Capacity building of Police Training Institutes
•    Training on Social Defence
•    Course on KCS(CCA) Rules, KSP(DP) Rules, RTI Act, Disaster Management
•    Media Relations in Crisis Situation

 
PROPOSED SYLLABUS OF PSI [CIVIL]
Training at Karnataka Police Academy/PTC Gulbarga
PHASE - I       
7 months - 840 Indoor Periods 
(24 working days x 5 periods x 7 months)
 

PAPER 1: Police in Modern India (50 periods)

 

Part I

a. Indian Constitution
b. Criminal Justice system in India
c. Political Parties
d. Religion and Religious Institutions

 

Part II

    Police Organisation
a. History of Indian Police
b. Central Police Organizations
c. State Police Organizations
d. District Police Administration
e. District Administration

 

Part III

    Ethics in Policing
a. Rule of Law, Justice, Liberty, Equality, Secularism, Dignity of the
    Individual.
b. Police code of conduct as enunciated by MHA - Police Attitude & behavior.


PAPER 2: Indian Penal Code (120 periods)
PAPER 3: Criminal Procedure Code (100 periods)
PAPER 4: Indian Evidence Act (40 periods)
PAPER 5: Police Manual (100 periods)

Part I

Police Station Management

Part II

Crime Prevention

Part III

Crime Investigation

Part IV

Maintenance of Law and Order

PAPER 6: Technology in Police Work – Wireless (20 periods)

Part I

Wireless in Police Communication

PAPER 7: Technology in Police Work – Computers (40 periods)

Part I

Computer Basics and application in police work.
CCIS, CIPA, Use of Laptops & GPS

 Part II

Cell Phones - Application in police work

 Part III

Cyber Crime & Cyber Laws

PAPER 8: Forensic Science-Theory (40 periods) 
PAPER 9: Forensic Science-Practical (20 periods)
PAPER 10: Forensic Medicine (40 periods)
PAPER 11: Special & Local Laws (70 periods)

State Acts

  1. Karnataka Police Act, 1963 (All Sections)
  2. Karnataka Excise Act, 1965 (Sec.2, 8 to 15, 32 to 40, 43, 43A, 51 & 52)
  3. Karnataka Forest Act, 1963 and Rules (Sec.2, 24, 53, 62, 63, 70, 71, 71A, 84 to 87)
  4. Karnataka Prevention of Cow Slaughter and Cattle Preservation Act, 1964 (Sec.2, 5, 7 to 12 & 18)
  5. Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 (Sec.2, 12 to 16, 25, 26, 31, 43, 52, 53, 74, 98 to 100, 102, 105, 108, 109, 111, 114, 136, 139, 140, 143, 145, 167, 171, 199, 206, 209)

Central Acts

  1. Indian Arms Act, 1959 and Rules (Sec.2 to 15, 19 to 33, 35 to 45)
  2. Indian Explosives Act, 1884 (Sec.2, 4 to 6, 8 to 13)
  3. Explosive Substances Act, 1968 (Sec. 1 to 7)
  4. Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956 (Sec.2 to 9, 13 to 22)
  5. Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 (Sec.2 to 6, 18 to 21, 29, 39, 47, 49, 53, 56, 60, 66, 93, 106, 112 to 119, 121 to 128, 130, 132 to 134, 136, 140, 146, 163, 177 to 207, 209, 210 & Schedule)
  6. Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955 (All Sections)
  7. Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1929 (Sec.2, 49B, 49C, 50 to 57)
  8. The SC / ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 (All sections)

Capsule Course on Writing Police Station Records & Registers (10 periods)
Crime Scene Simulation Exercises (20 periods)
Role Play (15 periods)
Snap Test (10 periods)
Syndicate Study (25 periods)
Library / CBT (75 periods)


PHASE – I 

OUTDOOR 

7 months - 1008 Outdoor Periods 

(24 working days x 6 periods x 7 months)


SL NoSubjectPeriods
1 Physical Training 170
2 Yoga 20
3 Equitation 15
4 Un Armed Combat 25
5 Swimming 20
6 Drill Command & Control 170
7 Motor Driving 20
8 Crowd Control 25
9 Route  March 66
10 Games 170
Total 701

PHASE - II: Practical Training in Districts for 5 months

First two months: During these two months the trainee will work as a police  Constable doing all the duties of the Constables like Sentry  Duty, Beat Duty, Traffic Duty, Process Service, Petition Enquiry, Court Duty, Law and Order Duty etc.  He shall halt a minimum of 10 nights in villages during these periods
Month Three: During this month the trainee will learn about the records in the police station.  He will work as assistant to Station Writer and familiarize himself with all records maintained in the police station.
Month Four: During this month the probationer will work as assistant  Investigating Officer of the Crime PSI.  He will help in the investigation of property offences registered in the police station.  He will write CDs
Month Five: During this month the probationer will work as assistant to PSI, Law and Order.  He will help investigation of all offences other than property offences

Note:
1. The trainee will take part in Parades at least twice a week 
2. The first three months training will be only in rural police stations.  During this period the trainee will not be taken out for other duties. This shall be the responsibility of Jurisdictional SDPOs.
3. The trainee will write a project report on any of the subjects he has learnt during these 5 months.

PHASE - III: 4 months - 480 Indoor Periods at KPA, Mysore / PTC, Gulbarga
PAPER 1: Internal Security (80 periods)

  • Present Security scenario in India

  • Banned Organization & other Critical groups

  • Unlawful Activities - Prevention [Amendment] Act

  • Naxalism in India, with special reference to Karnataka

  • Explosive Substance, their detection - Bombs and improvised explosive devices - Bomb diffusion and disposal.

  • Collection of Intelligence - Sources Hum-Int, Tech-Int Running of sources counter intelligence.

  • Case studies of a few terrorist attack cases both in Karnataka and elsewhere. Interrogation of terror suspects

  • Brain Mapping and Narco as tools of eliciting evidence

  • VIP Security

  • Security of VIP at place of residence

  • Security of VIP at place of work

  • Security of VIP during Road travel

  • Security of VIP during Train travel

  • Security of VIP during Air travel

  • Security of VIP during Sea/River travel

  • Security of VIP in public functions, open air functions closed door functions

  • Agencies entrusted with protecting VIPs - SPG, CISF,  NSG etc.

  • Case study of a judicial enquiry report

PAPER 2: Special & Local Laws (60 periods)

State Acts

  1.  Karnataka Prohibition of smoking and protection of health of non smokers Act, 2001 (All Sections)
  2. Karnataka Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorized occupants) Act, 1974 & Rules, 1980 (Sec.2, 5, 6, 11, 12, & 17)
  3. Karnataka Control of Organised Crimes Act, 2000 (All Sections)
  4. Karnataka prevention of destruction and loss of property Act, 1981 and Rules, 1983 (All Sections)
  5. Karnataka Right to Information Act, 2000 (Sec.2 to 9 & 11)
  6. Karnataka Open Places (Prevention of Disfigurement) Act 1983 (All sections)

Central Acts

  1. Indian Police Act, 1861 (All sections)
  2. Citizenship Act, 1955 (Sec.2 to 14 & 17)
  3. Copy rights Act, 1957 (Sec.2, 11, 14, 17, 51, 63 to 70)
  4. Dowry Prohibition Act 1961 & Dowry Prohibition (Maintenance of list of presents to bride and bridegroom) Rules, 1985 (All sections)
  5. Foreigners Act, 1948+ Foreigners Order, 1948 (All sections)
  6. I.T. Act, 2000 (Sec.2 to 10, 25 to 28, 65 to 78)
  7. Identification of Prisoners Act, 1920 (Sec.1 to 9)
  8. Indecent representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986 (All sections)
  9. Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 (All sections)
  10. Narcotics Drugs & Psychotropic substances Act, 1985 (Sec. 2, 15 to 57, 60, 64, 68A to 68Z, 76, 77 & Schedule)
  11. National Security Act, 1980 9All sections)
  12. Police Forces (Restriction of Rights) Act, 1966 (Sec. 1 to 6 & Schedule)
  13. Prevention of Insults and National Honour Act, 1977 (All sections)
  14. Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 (All Sections)
  15. Contempt of Court Act, 1971 (Sec.2 to 7, 12 to 15, 20, 22)
  16. Indian Passport Act, 1966 (Sec. 2 to 4, 12 to 17)
  17. Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (Sec. 2, 4, 7 to 15, 17 to 22)
  18. The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 (Sec.2, 14 to 20, 30)
  19. The Representation of People’s Act
  20. Goonda Act – Procedures.
  21. Delhi Special Police Establishment Act,
  22. Air (Prevention and control of pollution) Act, 1961
  23. Environment (Protection) Act, 1986
  24. Negotiable Instruments Act

PAPER 3: Management (75 periods)
PAPER 4: Contemporary Issues in Policing (20 periods)
PAPER 5: Traffic Management (25 periods)
PAPER 6: Psychology (75 periods)
PAPER 7: Criminology (35 periods)

Capsule course on Drug Law Enforcement: 10 periods
Snap Test: 10 periods
Syndicate Study: 35 periods                   
Library / CBT: 25 periods

OUTDOOR 
4 months - 576 Outdoor Periods 
(24 working days x 6 periods x 4 months)

 

SL NoSubjectPeriods
1 Physical Training 96
2 Karate 25
3 Night Trekking 10
4 Capsule Course on Rock Climbing 45
5 Field Craft & Jungle Craft 30
6 Modern Weapon Training 100
a. Theory
b. .303/SLR Shooting
c. Pistol/Revolver Shooting
7 Games 96
Total 402

PHASE - IV: Practical Training in Districts for 7 months
First Month: During this month the probationer is attached to prosecutor's office.  He will watch the prosecution of at least one case in Sessions' Court and 6 cases in Magistrates Court. He will write a summary of the proceeding of watched cases. This part of training will be monitored on daily basis by PI / DySP DCRB.
Second Month: During this month the probationer will be attached to office of the Circle Inspector.  He will accompany the Circle Inspector on all his tours. He will learn the maintenance of records in CPIs office.  He will be taught about check memo being issued on crime and SHDs. He will accompany the CI during the inspection of Police Stations & Investigation of Heinous crimes.
Third Month (First Half): During this fortnight the probationer is attached to the office of the SDPO.  He will learn about the records maintained in SDPOs office.  He will be taught about writing GCR, Issue of Memos of SHDS and CDS etc.
Third Month (Second Half): During this fortnight the probationer will be attached to the DAR.  He will learn about functioning of DAR He will attend to law and order problems along with DAR parties. He will Command Weekly Parades.    He may be attached to KSRP Platoons on duty.
Fourth Month: During this month the probationer will be attached to District Special Branch for 15 days the remaining 15 days he will be attached to DPOs (Est, Act, Sts, GB, Pet)
Fifth Month: During this month the probationer will be attached to DCRB, DCIB, DSA, FPB.  He will also learn the working of crime section in DPO
Sixth Month: During this month the probationer will be attached for a week to Taluk office/Prisons Department/Home Guards, Excise etc. for both these months he will be monitored by DySP HQs. During the last week he will write a project report on any subject given by S.P relating to police interest of not less than 20 pages.
Seventh Month: During this month the probationer will be given Independent charge of a Police Station by the SP of the District. He will investigate all the important cases reported during this period.

PHASE - V: One Month at KPA, Mysore / PTC, Gulbarga
This entire month will be devoted to experience sharing which will be of case studies. During the first week there will be case studies of law and order matters. Second week will be on administration matters. Third week on crime matters and fourth week will be devoted to seminars and discussion of project report written by the Probationers.
During the morning (0630 to 0840 Hrs) and afternoons (1530 to 1730) the probationers will be given Passing Out Parade practice.  At the end of the course there will be passing out parade.

Note:

  1. After the first Phase and the third phase there will be end to the term examinations.
  2. Project reports will also carry 50 marks
  3. During the district training the SP will make assessment of the work of the probationers and 50 marks are allotted for this. These marks will be added to the final scores.
  4. The Outdoor part of the PSI training will remain unchanged and will be divided between first and 3rd phases.  In the 5th phase at the Academy only passing out parade practice will be given.
  5. 100 marks will be allotted to the probationers by SP of the districts where he undergoes practical training.  100 marks will be awarded by the Director of Karnataka Police Academy/Principal, Police Training Centre.

CPC Trainees Syllabus
Revised Basic Training Syllabus for Civil Police Constables (In-door)

Sl. No.SubjectPeriodsMarks
1 Paper-I Modern India & Role of Police 75 50
2 Paper-II Police Organization & Administration 75 50
3 Paper-III Psychology & Criminology 100 75
4 Paper-IV Indian Penal Code 100 100
5 Paper-V Criminal Procedure & Indian Evidence Act 100 100
6 Paper-VI Special and Local Laws 100 75
7 Paper-VII Police Science 100 100
8 Paper-VIII Police Manual Vol-I 75 75
9 Paper-IX Police Manual Vol-II 100 100
10 Paper-X Computer & Wireless 75 50
11 Library, CD show, Guest Lecture & Visits. 100  
  Total periods 1000 800

Revised Out-Door Syllabus for Civil Police Constables Basic Training

I) Physical Fitness Programe. (Periods-185)
Out-Door Life and Toughening

  1. P.T. (as per revised scheme already instructed through TOT)
  2. Route Marches
  3. Obstacle courses & Cross Country Races
  4. Road walk & race
  5. Yoga (Surya Namaskara & Pranayama – compulsory)
  6. Swimming

II)  Drill (Periods-190)

  1. Drill with & without Arms
  2. Kit Inspection
  3. Guard Mounting
  4. Ceremonial Drill

III) Weapon Training (Periods-135)

  1. .22 Riffle, 410 Musket,.303 Riffle
  2. 7.62 SLR, AK-47, 9mm CMC
  3. Night Firing
  4. Basic Knowledge of Explosives
  5. Handling of DEMD & HHMD
  6. Land mines & Booby Traps
  7. And Measures to Overcome

IV) Crowd Control (Periods-35)

  1. Lathi Drill
  2. Cane Drill
  3. Tear smoke

V) Embussing and Debussing (Periods-04)

VI) Traffic Control (Periods-10)

VII) Field Craft Including Extended (Periods-68)

Order Drill and Route lining

  1. Judging distance
  2. Camouflage
  3. Use of compos
  4. Identifying Target


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