Who we are
The Police Foundation and Institute is a multi-disciplinary think tank and professional institution that brings together the police professionals and citizen stakeholders, dedicated to work for police reform and the improvement of policing through research, capacity building and policy advocacy. The Foundation is governed by an eminent Board of Members which includes serving and retired police officers and civil servants, thought leaders from civil society, the academia, media, the industry and the legal profession.
The Indian Police Foundation and Institute was inaugurated by
Shri Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister on October 21, 2015,
at New Delhi.
How we are structured
The Police Foundation and Institute functions at two levels namely
(1) The Indian Police Foundation.
(2) The Indian Police Institute.
Yes, we can!
We believe that transformative reforms in the Indian Police is possible through appropriate interventions in skill building and attitudinal training, through reforms that are both bold and practical, and through collective action of all stakeholders to drive a nationwide campaign for change, keeping in mind, the difficult conditions under which our police functions.
THE IDEAS FACTORY OF THE INDIAN POLICE
The Police Foundation & Institute seeks the generation of powerful, transformative and compelling ideas, to inspire and influence positive change. The Institute will nurture an ecosystem of police professionals and academic researchers, that would help devise strategies to support, scale up and communicate powerful ideas to drive positive change.
Focus on training of police personnel at the grassroots level
The ease and anonymity with which modern day criminals take advantage of new technology, presents huge challenges to the police and the criminal justice system. With India’s burgeoning internet and mobile penetration, coupled with our quick transition into a less-cash economy, the numbers of reported cybercrimes are fast rising and online and smart-phone financial transactions are getting increasingly vulnerable. Our police is likely to face a huge shortage of professionally qualified and trained manpower in the coming few years. There is an urgent need to train and equip the police to deal with these new age challenges. Simultaneously, we need to also sensitize our police personnel on the need to respect human rights and uphold the rule of law and ethical standards in all situations.
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