Haryana Police gets FICCI award
The Statesman , Aug 09, 2018
Haryana Police has bagged maiden Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) award in the category of ‘Standards and Guidelines for Training’ in recognition of best practices for Private Security Agencies Regulation Act (PSARA) enforcement in the country.
While stating this on Wednesday, Director General of Police (ADGP), BS Sandhu said that it is proud moment for the entire police force as it has got recognition at national level.
Haryana Police has bestowed with the honor under the classification of licenses issuance process, PSARA verification process and timelines for granting the licenses.
He said that the award was presented by Union minister for skill development and entrepreneurship, Dharmendra Pradhan in the Private Security Industry Conclave- 2018 recently held in Delhi.
On behalf of Haryana Police, additional DGP (law and order) Mohd Akil, who is also controlling authority for enforcement of PSARA, received the award from Union minister.
While appreciating ADGP Mohd Akil and his entire team for this remarkable achievement, the DGP said that FICCI has for first time instituted the PSARA Enforcement Awards for the State Controlling Authorities, with the objective to showcase the practises adopted by them for the proper enforcement and implementation of PSARA in the state.
Akil said that Haryana Police has framed guidelines for effective training of private security guards or security supervisors as per norms under the PSARA.
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