IGP calls on new police officers to perform duties impartially, efficiently


Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun on Sunday called upon the new police officers to discharge their duties impartially and efficiently.


The IGP made the call while speaking to the assistant superintendent of police (ASP) probationers of the 40th BCS (Police) batch in the capital.


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Seventy new officers joined the police as ASPs in the 40th BCS. Among them, 63 are men and seven women.


“Policing will be based on science and knowledge in future. It is a challenging profession where you have to face new challenges constantly. You have to be ready for that,” The GP said.


“After one year of basic training at the Bangladesh Police Academy, Sarda, you will master the professional skills to tackle crime through the use of intelligence, information technology and other techniques,” he added.


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Additional IG (Admin) Md Kamrul Ahsan, Additional IG (Logistics and Asset Acquisition) Md Mazharul Islam, Additional IG (Crime and Operations) Md Atiqul Islam, Additional IG (Finance) Md Shahabuddin Khan, Additional IG (HR) Barrister Md Harun-or-Rashid and other senior police officers were present at the event.


Source: United News of Bangladesh