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TRAINING CENTER

 

To support the growth of trained APPF guards, the Ministry of Interior established the APPF Training Center (ATC) in Kabul Province.  The ATC teaches three programs of instruction: Basic Static Guard, Convoy and Personal Security Detail.

 

The current Basic Static Guard course at the ATC is three weeks in length with 74 objectives. The following are major areas of study within the Program of Instruction: Self defense, arrest procedures, body searches, handling the baton and handcuffing, handling the radio, firearms instruction (AK-47), first aid, static guard basics, basic police tactics, Islamic relations, basic knowledge on access-egress points, operating vehicles check points, conducting vehicle search searches at a checkpoint, firefighting basics, IED and mine awareness, dealing with discovered explosives before the proper authorities take over and after an explosion before the proper authorities take over.

 

The ATC’s current maximum training capacity is 220 Average Daily Student Load (ADSL), but the capacity is expected to grow to 500 ADSL by March 2012.  In an effort to increase the training capacity, the first APPF “Train the Trainer” course was completed in July 2011, graduating 44 Afghan National Police trainers. The APPF is also working to establish mobile training teams to expand APPF training capability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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