Cops learn investitation techniques from FNP

Kathmandu, March 18

The French National Police of the French Ministry of Interior in collaboration with the French Embassy in Kathmandu organised training for Nepal Police officers on investigation techniques to combat child sexual exploitation from March 14-18 at the National Police Academy in Maharajgunj.

The training focused on different investigation techniques such as methods of interview (victim and offender), searches, dedicated forensic researches and cyber investigation. As many as 20 Nepal police officers benefited from this training.

The training concluded today.

The certificates of completion were handed out by French Ambassador Yves Carmona in the presence of Acting Chief of Nepal Police and the Executive Director of the Academy, Additional Inspector General of Police Surendra Bahadur Shah, French Police Attaché Fabrice Grossir, and Deputy Inspector General of Police Sudip Acharya.

Also present at the function was specialised investigator and instructor from France Sebastien Wong.

On the occasion, French Ambassador Carmona said, “This is a first training organised by the French Embassy and the French Interior Ministry along with Nepal Police to combat sexual exploitation of children.

This confirms our commitment to a common concern, protection of our children, and our mutual will to strengthen our bilateral police cooperation to achieve that goal.”

AIGP Shah thanked the French government and appreciated the efforts of the instructors.