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Assalam-o-alaikum!

Here i am posting the details of the STP of Police Service of Pakistan, as shared by a colleague of mine from the 33rd CTP!

Towards the end of the Common Training Programme (CSA), PSP officers are required to give their perferences for initial postings, i.e. Provinical Allocation (the province where they would prefer to initiate their practical career). It depends on their merit order. Also, one cannot get initial posting in one's own province (as per domicile).

Special Training Programme
Location:
National Police Academy (NPA), Islamabad.

Duration:
Usually the STP of PSP is 9-10 months long.

Subjects and Modules:
1. Stress Management
2. Community Policing
3. Evidence Act, 1984
4. CrPC
5. CPC
6. Pak Penal Code
7. Police Rules
8. Islamic Laws (Hudood etc.)
9. Forensics
10.A number of local and special laws (about gambling etc.)
11. Other subjects.

Country Study Tours:
Usually there are 4 Country Study Tours (1 to each province). Each CST is for 6-7 days at most. Another CST to Azad Jammu
Kashmir is also undertaken (not always).

Physical Training:
1. Drill
2. Physical Efficiency Test
3. Obstacles Course
After the STP is completed, the PSP officers, like other groups appear for the Final Passing Out Exams conducted by the FPSC.....13 papers are there....!

After the Final Passing Out Exams:
Elite Course , for 40 days, at Baidiyan Road, Lahore. Some of the features of the Elite Course are:
1. Unarmed Combat
2. Close Quarter Battle (Ambush etc.)
3. Firing etc.
4. Repelling (Austrian Lizard etc.)

The Elite Course terminates with a Physical Efficiency Test and a Written Test... !

After Elite Course:
PSP officers go for UT-Ship (posted as Under Training Officers in the field).
UT-ship is for a period of 6 months.

Some features of the UT-ship are:
1. Orientation
2. Training in Investigation
3. 15 days attachment with SSP office
4. 15 days attachment with SP (Investigation)
5. 15 days attachment with SSP (Security)
6. 15 days attachment with SSp Traffic

After the UT-Ship:
After the UT-ship is over, the officers report back to the National Police Academy (NPA) for the presentations on their projects (assigned to them during their UT-ship).

Final Interview:
Then the Officers are interviewed by a Senior Official....the interview carries 60 marks. (Matters in determining seniority on the basis of merit).

Fianlly, after the interview, they pass out. So, it takes almost 16-17 months (after the CTP) for PSP officers to get posted as the "Assistant Suprintendants of Police".

ALLAH HAFIZ!
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@ Sir A.J. & CSPs

Is elite course attachment after STP is also compulsory for female PSP officers? & r the female PSP officers posted in provinces other than their native one?

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Dear All,

anybody who have info: Kindly post the Physical Test Standards of the PSP Cadets:-
in STP
in Elite Course;

i.e.
Physicall test standards for Passing out e.g.
1 Mile running test time
& the longer running test 15 miles time
chin ups/per minute
push ups/per minute
sit ups/per minute

long jumps
rope climbing /how many feet

Boxing if any + is there any marshall arts as well in Elite Course

Shooting test criteria

saluting test & drill passing regulations

Any other physicall tests for pass out !

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Its great information about PSP Training; but there is no mention of Military attachment specifically carried out by Trainers. Is it right that ASPs are given Captain rank during attachment?
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Its great information about PSP Training; but there is no mention of Military attachment specifically carried out by Trainers. Is it right that ASPs are given Captain rank during attachment?
Military Attachment is a part of CTP, all the groups' probationers undergo it. Yes, the trainees are given the rank of a Captain during military attachment.
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Military Attachment is a part of CTP, all the groups' probationers undergo it. Yes, the trainees are given the rank of a Captain during military attachment.
Do we have to wear uniform as well?
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Do we have to wear uniform as well?
Obviously, with 3 stars on your shoulders.

For further details on Military Attachment Check:
http://www.cssforum.com.pk/central-s...-35th-ctp.html
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Obviously, with 3 stars on your shoulders.

For further details on Military Attachment Check:
http://www.cssforum.com.pk/central-s...-35th-ctp.html
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Thanks for information. Please explain the military attachment for PSPs specifically.I think all Groups do not wear capatain rank during attachment?
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Thanks for information. Please explain the military attachment for PSPs specifically.I think all Groups do not wear capatain rank during attachment?
The Military attachment (including the uniform thing) is same for all commoners.
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