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58 police officers under refreshers course
(The Highlander, Aizawl 19 June 1990)

   Aizawl June 19. Fifty-eight police officers drawn from 29 police stations of Mizoram participated in the refresher training course in investigation and police station record maintenance. The IG of Police Mr Lalchhunga, IPS had inaugurated the 15 day programme of the short refresher course yesterday.
    During the short course, refresher training in investigation and record maintenance, the trainees will be given practical training in the Aizwal Police Station. Each trainee is provided with a hand book of training material as a training guide. The trainees at the end of the training will sit for a test and those securing over 75 per cent marks will get a Commendation Certificate with cash rewards.
    The DIG of Police, Mrs Kiran Bedi stated that the training of police station officers will be a continuous process hereafter to improve the quality of investigation as well as to ensure maintenance of proper records in police stations. Mrs Bedi expressed the hope that this kind of training will substantially improve personal competence and efficiency of police officers in Mizoram.
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