Indian Police Superintendents delegation in Sydney

Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Stoner has welcomed to Sydney a group of Indian police superintendents who are visiting Australia as part of an international training program.
Around 100 superintendents will take part in the training program designed and delivered by Charles Sturt University.
“The superintendents’ study tour is another facet of the deepening relationship between India and NSW,” Mr Stoner said.
“NSW and India enjoy strong people-to-people links and a robust trade and investment relationship. Through this training program our police forces can collaborate, learn from each other, and develop informal networks that will enhance co-operation in the fight against transnational crime.
“While in NSW, the superintendents will meet with representatives of the Police Marine Area Command, the Public Order and Riot Squad, Crimtrac, the NSW Police Forensic Laboratories, and the NSW Police Academy at Goulburn.”
Mr Stoner said the Mid-Career Training program for Superintendents of the Indian Police Service underlined the high standard of the educational services provided by Charles Sturt University, both in NSW and globally.
“Charles Sturt University, Australia’s largest provider of distance and online education, has gained an international reputation for its expertise in online learning,” Mr Stoner said.
“In 2009, the University won a three-year contract to provide this mid-career development program for the Indian Police Service, demonstrating its international credibility in law enforcement education.
“Its School of Policing Studies at Goulburn, in partnership with the NSW Police Force, delivers the Associate Degree in Policing Practice which is the pathway to recruitment for the NSW Police.
“Police and academics work side by side in the development of frontline officers, equipping them with the required technical skills and the understanding to exercise police powers judiciously in an increasingly complex environment.
“As criminals become increasingly sophisticated and adopt new technologies, so too must our Police Forces, and education has a very significant role to play in preparing police officers for the many and complex demands of their day-to-day work,” Mr Stoner said.

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