U.S. Provides human rights Training for Nepalese Armed Police

U.S. Embassy Provides Human Rights Training for Armed Police Force

Feb. 15, 2014, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol: 07 No. -16 Feb. 14- 2014 (Falgun 02, 2070)

John Carwile, U.S. Embassy DCM and AIG Durja Rai attended closing ceremonies for a police training course on human rights today.  Twenty-four Nepali Armed Police Force officers participated in the two-week Human Rights and Democratic Policing (HRDP) training course.  This U.S. Embassy-provided training of trainers course was designed to bring together a core team of police trainers around the theme of human rights and law enforcement.  The U.S. Embassy is also equipping the police trainers with computers and other aids to be used in delivering this training program throughout their organization.  This course taught concepts such as international standards for human rights in law enforcement, ethical and legal police conduct, and police non-discrimination.  Students were also taught the application of fair practices in matters of command, management and control.John Carwile, U.S. Embassy DCM and AIG Durja Rai attended closing ceremonies for a police training course on human rights today.  Twenty-four Nepali Armed Police Force officers participated in the two-week Human Rights and Democratic Policing (HRDP) training course.  This U.S. Embassy-provided training of trainers course was designed to bring together a core team of police trainers around the theme of human rights and law enforcement.  The U.S. Embassy is also equipping the police trainers with computers and other aids to be used in delivering this training program throughout their organization.  This course taught concepts such as international standards for human rights in law enforcement, ethical and legal police conduct, and police non-discrimination.  Students were also taught the application of fair practices in matters of command, management and control.

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