Police training units

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Police officers, also known as peace officers, are individuals tasked with the responsibility of enforcing laws. Individuals interested in law enforcement careers must fulfill a minimum amount of education and training, including the completion of a police academy program.

Aspiring police officers must complete training programs specific to individual law enforcement agencies. Many of these programs last a minimum of 9 to 12 months and include substantial physical fitness components; all cadets in police training programs must meet minimum fitness and age standards.

Cadets in police academies learn about self-defense, firearms operations and first aid. Training for police officers might also involve investigative techniques and traffic control, incorporate conflict resolution tactics and crowd management in their basic cadet training programs.

Sl.No.

Name of the Police Training Institutions

Training Capacity of  Trainees

1

Karnataka Police Academy, Mysore

250 PSI/RSI, DYSP

2

Police training centre Gulbarga

400 CPCs/150 PSI/RSI

3

Karnataka State Police Training School, Channapatna

500 CPCs

4

Police Training School, Khanapur

250 CPCs

5

Armed Police Training School, Yelahanka

400 APCs

6

Police Driving & Maintenance School,Yelahanka, Bangalore

125

Total

1550PCs /400 PSIs


Temporary Training Schools


Sl.No.

Name of the Temporary Police Training Schools

Training Capacity of Trainees

1

CAR, Mysore City

150

2

CAR, Hubli-Dharwad City

150

3

Chitradurga

125

4

Bijapur

150

5

Udupi

100

6

Chikkamagalore

125

7

Shimoga

100

8

Mysore

120

9

Belgaum

200

10

Hassan

150

11

Gulbarga

150

12

Bidar

150

13

Davanagere

100

14

Dharwad

250

15

Tumkur

100

16

Karwar

125

17

Koppal

150

18

Bellary

100

19

Bagalkot

100

Total

2595


We can train 1900 recruits in our permanent training institutions and 2595 recruits in our temporary training institutions.

There are other temporary training schools in remaining districts where basic training was given long back. These schools were not used to train recent batches of recruits. Nevertheless these schools can also be activated if need arises by providing small help to equip them properly. The list of those schools are as follows.

Police Training School, Channapatna
Police training school Started at Bidar in the year 1950, and it was under the control of the Superintendent of Police, Bidar district. In the year 1964 this school was transferred to Channapatna. In this school Basic training of CPC’s was commenced on 01/04/1964. This school has got a total land area of 175.19 Acres.

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.

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, 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 (Maldives, Royal Bhutan, Puducherry)
8. Training to officers of other department ( Transport, State Excise, Central Excise)

P.T.C Gulbarga
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.

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
This will Provides nine months Basic training for armed police personnel.

PDMS, Yalahanka
It will Conducts motor driving training for the police personnel.

Other Temporary Police Training Centers
There are temporary police training centers at the district head quarters to provide training for police constables.

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