Kathmandu, 26 Aug: For the first time, an officer from the Nepal Police, will be joining the France’s National Police College (École Nationale Supérieure de la Police or ENSP) located in Saint-Cyr-au-Mont- d’Or, near Lyon, for a one-year training course of Police Commissioner.
Commissioners of Police in France are entrusted with the highest management and executive responsibilities within the French National Police.
Inspector Umesh Gurung ‘s nomination for the course has also been approved by a French multi-institutional commission. The French government will bear the cost of his training and he will also be awarded a monthly stipend for his other expenses during the training period, French embassy in Kathmandu said.
Inspector Gurung was received and felicitated by the Chargé d’Affaire a.i. Ms. Leela Devaradjalou before his departure to France, the embassy said.
This program is dedicated to enable foreign police officers already trained in their home country to further gain more knowledge and develop their international profile, strengthening and perpetuating exchanges between two countries, and, for some of them, leading them to positions of greater responsibility or with an international focus.
The embassy said This training course is part of a continuous cooperation between Nepali and French law enforcement authorities.