Training on international humanitarian law for police officers would begin in Mokokchung today. According to an official bulletin, the two-day training on International Humanitarian Laws and International Human Rights Law for officers of Nagaland Police would be held at Tourist Lodge in Mokokchung on June 23 and 24.
Role of police in democracy, law enforcement practices, responsive and accountable policing, ethics and code of conduct, international humanitarian laws, use of force and fire arms will take the centre stage during the training. Besides, lecture by resource persons on principles of arrest, treatment of detainees in custody and detention will also be figured prominently during the two day intensive training.
The training would be inaugurated by Mokokchung deputy commissioner C.M. Tsanglao and the resource persons would be ICRC Consultant, New Delhi, D.K. Arya, IPS (Retd) and Bryan Donkin Rear Adm (Retd).
Ao Senden president, Lendinokdang would address the participants during the inaugural session.