Assistant Secretary of State and head of the U.S. Division of State’s Bureau of Worldwide Narcotics and Legislation Enforcement Affairs (INL), Ambassador William R. Brownfield, joined Inspector Common Police (IGP) Ghulam Hyder Jamali at Sindh Police headquarters to mark the completion of a brand new Human Rights police coaching module. Pakistani police trainers will use this module to coach new Sindh police recruits to respect and shield human rights.
Assistant Secretary Brownfield mentioned, “With this new curriculum, the Sindh Police will take a step ahead in guaranteeing that each one cops perceive the necessity to respect the rights of all residents, together with ladies, kids, and different susceptible populations.”
The Sindh Curriculum Improvement Staff, funded by $500,000 in help from INL and led by Deputy IGP Khalique Sheikh, developed the human rights module of the police coaching curriculum that can accompany different modules specializing in officer security, forensics, and primary investigations. Through the occasion, Assistant Secretary Brownfield dedicated an extra $11 million to offer specialised help to broaden the Karachi Police’s Closed Circuit Tv (CCTV) monitoring methods, which can greater than double the prevailing system’s capability. He went on to announce the opening of a everlasting INL workplace within the U.S. Consulate in Karachi to assist Sindh’s police, corrections, counternarcotics, and judicial establishments.
“The U.S. Division of State’s Bureau of Worldwide Narcotics and Legislation Enforcement Affairs is dedicated to a long-term partnership with the Sindh Police. I’m happy with what we’ve achieved collectively and I look ahead to even higher cooperation sooner or later.” mentioned Assistant Secretary Brownfield.INL, on behalf of the U.S. authorities, gives help to advance civilian safety and human rights safety and has dramatically expanded its assist in Sindh over the previous three years. Help contains rebuilding police stations destroyed in terrorist assaults, establishing devoted ladies police posts, and donating primary gear corresponding to bulletproof vests and helmets, autos, ambulances, explosives detection kits, and an Built-in Ballistics Identification Techniques (IBIS).