Punjab Dolphin Force to train capital’s Eagle Squad

Published May 20, 2021
This file photo shows the Dolphin Squad. — Photo courtesy Facebook
This file photo shows the Dolphin Squad. — Photo courtesy Facebook

ISLAMABAD: The Police Training School Islamabad has formally started training their Eagle Squad on the pattern of Punjab Dolphin Force.

According to the details, the officials of Dolphin Force will provide training to the Eagle Squads personnel.

Addressing to the under-training officials, DIG (Operations) Afzaal Ahmed Kausar said after successful conclusion of training, the squads would be responsible for effective patrolling in the city.

He expressed the hope that they would perform their duties in a professional manner.

The DIG urged the under-training cops to earn respect for the department and to be professional in their conduct.

He hoped that they would help secure the capital city. He was of the view that there was no short cut to success and one had to work hard to achieve success in life.

The DIG asked the under-training personnel to learn what was being taught to them and serve the community with best of their professional capabilities.

He said Allah was very kind to us who had given opportunity to serve the citizens. He asked them to improve their professional skills through training and serve citizens.

He also thanked the team of Dolphin Force for sparing time for training the cops of Islamabad police.

Published in Dawn, May 20th, 2021

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