STATE TIMES NEWS SRINAGAR: A warm send off was given to Dr S D Singh Jamwal, IGP, CIV PHQ at a function held here on Thursday on his transfer. Dr Jamwal has been posted as the Director, Sher-e-Kashmir Police Academy (SKPA) Udhampur, recently. Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh congratulated Dr S D Singh for new posting. He said that heading the State’s Police Academy is an important assignment, as there lies the future of the organisation. The DGP further said that he himself has served in SKPA and added that he has cherished those days, as there were lot of things to accomplish. He said that Dr Singh is a capable officer and rightly chosen for moulding the minds and attitude of 600 probationary Sub Inspectors. He added that J&K Police’s future for next 30 to 35 years lies with the Police Academy, as these PSIs would be trained under the guidance of Dr S D Singh as Director. The DGP assured the outgoing officer that Police Headquarters will always be there to assist him, and Academy to provide better training, living and other facilities to trainees in the Academy. Wishing good luck to the outgoing officer, A K Choudhary, ADGP Coordination PHQ said that as Director SKPA Udhampur, Dr Singh has a chance to shape the future of Jammu Kashmir Police organisation. He wished good luck to the outgoing officer for the new assignment. Earlier, ADGP Headquarters, A G Mir in his address said that Dr Singh is an officer of many qualities and congratulated him on behalf of PHQ staff for the new posting. Mir wished him very best for his tenure as the Director SKPA, Udhampur. Dr S D Singh Jamwal thanked all officers and assured that he will try his level best to improve the training facilities for benefit of Police organisation. The function, besides the speakers, was attended by IGP (Pers) PHQ, J P Singh; DoP S M Kapoor, AIsG PHQ Rayees Mohammad Bhat, Mubassir Latifi, Rajeshwar Singh, Dalip Kumar, Manoj Pandit and other senior officers of PHQ.
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