Delhi Police’s eight personnel have been awarded the “Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Police Training” for the year 2020-21.
According to a statement released by the Public Relation Office of Delhi Police, the eight police personnel have been selected in recognition of their excellent work towards imparting training in Delhi Police Academy’s different campuses to produce good officers and personnel in different fields.
"They have been selected for their commendable training techniques in Outdoor (Drill and Physical Activities), Indoor (Law, Police Science, Scientific & Forensic Investigation and Cyber Proficiency) and other such training modules. They have been steadfast in developing and updating training techniques to suit the evolving aspects of policing," the statement read. According to the police, the awardees are Kamlesh Bisht, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Surender Singh Rathee, ACP (Outdoor Training), Inspector Ravinder Kumar Verma, Dilip Kumar Shukla & Sita Ram Arya (Indoor Training), Sub Inspector (SI) Pushpender Kumar (Outdoor Training), SI Satya Narain Sain and Head Constable (HC) Satender Singh (Outdoor Training).
The Ministry of Home Affairs has instituted the “Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Police Training” for motivating and awarding the trainers and support staff of police training institutions of State and Central Police Forces to promote the quality of training in the country, the police said.