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Year 2019, Volume 5, Issue 14, 222 - 230, 15.09.2019
https://doi.org/10.18768/ijaedu.531553

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MODERNIZATION OF FRONT DESK PROJECT (FDP) TRAINING CURRICULUM FOR PUNJAB POLICE

Year 2019, Volume 5, Issue 14, 222 - 230, 15.09.2019
https://doi.org/10.18768/ijaedu.531553

Abstract

Front Desk Project (FDP) was initiated by the Punjab government to bridge the gap between police and public in 2015. Punjab police was facing too much complains and lack of confidence from public as a friendly service oriented organization. FDP was aimed to bring educated people in police station to deal with the complainants by using latest technology to make it easier to lodge a complaint and First Information Report (FIR). Previously Police manage their records manually but after initiation of FDP, everything was computerized and easy to follow up a case in short period of time. A training program of FDP was devised to train the front desk officers who deal with public. It was initially designed as forty days training based on computer typing skills and law at police training centers. This program consisted of basics of Law, typing skills and motivational lectures. This paper aims to identify the short comings in the training program i.e. traditional curriculum which doesn’t match with the job requirement, which requires software training, physiological, behavioral, ethical trainings and also requires practical exposure. Moreover, exploring the opportunities to propose a system for the transformation of traditional FDP curriculum composed of state-of-the-art training methods. The proposed FDP curriculum has a capacity to enhance capabilities and real time experience for the trainees. This would also help trainers to automate the course and be helpful in police working and management. 

References

  • [1] Duffy, B., Wake, R., Burrows, T., & Bremner, P. (2008). Closing the gaps–crime and public perceptions. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 22(1-2), 17-44. [2] Osman Nasr AndEnayatAlkhider, Online Complaint Management System. Vol.2 issue 6 June 2015 [3] Front Desk Changing Face ,https://punjabpolice.gov.pk/node/4443,25th November,2018 [4] Punjab Police government of the Punjab,https://punjabpolice.gov.pk/psrms, 25th November,2018 [5] Front Desk Changing Face Punjab Police ,https://punjabpolice.gov.pk/node/4443,25th November,2018 [6] Ewart, J. M. (1935). Police in India. Metropolitan Police CJ, 1, 100. [7] R.E.Fay, and J.Li, “Predicting Violent Crime Rates for the 2010 Redesign of the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS),” Section on Survey 10” [8] D.Muramatsu, Y.Makihra, H.Iwama, T.Tanoue, and Y.Yagi, “Gait Verification System for Supporting Criminal Investigation,” 2nd 50” [9] E-Computerized Operations Of Police Services paper was published in javaprojects/e-cops-project.com [10] Gershon, R. R., Barocas, B., Canton, A. N., Li, X., & Vlahov, D. (2009). Mental, physical, and behavioral outcomes associated with perceived work stress in police officers. Criminal justice and behavior, 36(3), 275-289. [11] Haberfeld, M. R. (2002). Critical issues in police training (Vol. 22). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. [12] Marion, N. (1998). Police academy training: are we teaching recruits what they need to know?. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 21(1), 54-79. [13] Birzer, M. L. (1999). Police training in the 21st century. FBI L. Enforcement Bull., 68, 16. [14] McCampbell, M. S. (1986). Field training for police officers: The state of the art. US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Saba Javed CHATTHA This is me (Primary Author)
Pakistan


Bushra BATOOL This is me
Pakistan


Muhammad Shoaib FAROOQ This is me
Pakistan

Publication Date September 15, 2019
Application Date February 7, 2019
Acceptance Date September 5, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 5, Issue 14

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EndNote %0 International E-Journal of Advances in Education MODERNIZATION OF FRONT DESK PROJECT (FDP) TRAINING CURRICULUM FOR PUNJAB POLICE %A Saba Javed Chattha , Bushra Batool , Muhammad Shoaib Farooq %T MODERNIZATION OF FRONT DESK PROJECT (FDP) TRAINING CURRICULUM FOR PUNJAB POLICE %D 2019 %J IJAEDU- International E-Journal of Advances in Education %P 2411-1821-2411-1821 %V 5 %N 14 %R doi: 10.18768/ijaedu.531553 %U 10.18768/ijaedu.531553

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