Self defence campaign : SPUWAC is providing training to trainers

Trainers with IPS Geeta Rani Verma , Deputy Commissioner of SPUWAK.

Special Police Unit for Women and Children (SPUWAC) of Delhi Police, apart from imparting self defence training to the girls/women in Delhi through self defence training camps, also provides Training of Trainers under the supervision of Judo Coach of Delhi Police Praveen Kumar. For achieving the targeted goal, 17 Women Police Officers of Self Defence Wing of SPUWAC, have successfully completed their 3 month training of Judo Techniques last month, organized in SPUWAC.

According to a press release, after completion of training these women police officers were awarded 6th Grade KYU title and authorized to wear GREEN Belt. The certificate of Judo Upgradation was awarded by Judo Federation of India on 30 November.

The Training of Trainers (ToT) is also an ongoing activity in SPUWAC to further provide quality and meaningful training techniques to the girls and women, who are keen to learn the Self Defence Techniques, said DCP Geeta Rani Verma of SPUWAC.

A total 59 women police officers are working as Trainers in Self Defence
Wing of SPUWAC and this was the last batch of 17 women police officers, who upgraded their present title in Judo Techniques.