DPO Khanewal has launched training programs for the Front Desk staff of Police Stations. This training programs cover various aspects of police work including basic law, police procedures, physical fitness, people skills and emergency life saving techniques and all the record of Police Department. all Registers of Police Stations.
In some organizations, a front desk receptionist oversees the distribution of incoming and outgoing mail. When mail arrives, the receptionist sorts it, eliminating junk mail and identifying those of the highest priority. He then distributes it in a manner his employer has prescribed. He may either hand deliver each piece directly its respective recipient or place the parcels in an appropriate interoffice mail slot. He also signs for priority or overnight packages as they arrive. On a daily basis, he prepares outgoing mail for pickup by the postal service or overnight courier. Weighing each letter and package using a postal scale, he applies the proper amount of postage to each piece. If an individual or business needs documents in a rush, the receptionist contacts a messenger service, and provides all necessary instructions.
According to a report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2009, a front desk receptionist also performs a variety of clerical tasks. She drafts correspondence, prepares financial spreadsheets and creates presentations. In addition, she manages the calendars of senior team members, as well as organizes necessary business travel arrangements. She orders office supplies, files documents, makes photocopies and sends and receives faxes. In some instances, she may also perform light bookkeeping tasks.
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These programs shall assist the police staff to enhance the following core and professional skills:
- Decision making
- Communication skills
- Professional standards
- Weapon handeling
- Raids & Tactics
- Investigation skills
- Mobile forensic
- Computer training
- Record keeping
- Field work training in Police Lines