The Police Training College offers a 12000 square foot living and dormitory area for recruits that includes both female and male dormitories. The dorms can house more than 90 recruits during any period. Each room is equipped with a bunk bed, desk, chair and double closet space.
In addition to this area are bathroom and shower facilities, an outdoor recreational area and a designated laundry room with coin operated washers and dryers. The college aims to make these accommodations as comfortable as possible for each temporary residing recruit and offers everything recruits need for easy living.
All recruits must fully understand the rules and guidelines such as no drinking and drugs, while staying in the dorms or else disciplinary would be taken for any breach which can lead to dismissal.
The Medical Area or Sick Bay
The Police Medical Center of Sick Bay Area caters to its trainees, police staff and civilians. All the services are rendered free of cost including medicines for minor ailments and chronic diseases. All re-engagement, drug screening and recruitment test are initially conducted here by the trained medical officers.
The operation hours of Sick Bay are 9am to 5:00pm.
Doctors on duty every Wednesday between 9 am and 2 pm.
For serious ailments and injuries, the referral to the public hospital is always recommended.
The Canteen provides daily meals for recruits only in a spacious diner-styled atmosphere. It is mandatory that each recruit eat a healthy meal daily to combat the stress and fatigue of the intense training curriculum. The Canteen and the Training College aims to provide meals that promotes healthy eating and lifestyles by working in partnership with the instructors as well as the recruits
The Canteen is opened Monday to Friday, serving breakfast, lunch and supper and on Saturday and Sunday, serving Breakfast only.
The Library caters to the intellectual needs of all officers, faculty members, staff, law students, Cadets, trainee officers attending various in-service courses and college students.
It holds more than 10,000 books on various subjects including books on Police Sciences, Law, Forensic Science, Crime, Police Law, Computer Science, Administration etc.
Also included are a wide range of written studies by officers, newspapers, magazines, reference materials and web based content.
The library is headed by Librarian, Ms. Vanessa Arthur
Library hours are from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm, Monday through Fridays. 10:00 am - 1:00 pm on Saturdays.
Being Physically Fit is a crucial aspect of law enforcement, so therefore it is vital that police officers maintain an acceptable level of fitness in order to perform his or her duties. The Police Gymnasium is equipped with state-of-the-art exercising treadmills, bikes, benches, weights and locker areas. The Gym are opened free to all police officers and $2.00 per guest.
The Gymnasium is opened from 5:30 am to 10:00 pm
The Computer Lab offers preliminary training to police officers during the training period and seeks to provide recruits and police officers with the computer skills necessary to help them succeed in their professional career. The lab is also used for additional training of officers in the use of its AS 400 and SI 3000 System.
The Lab houses 30 Windows computers and is open to recruits, faculty and officers. It is critical that every officer have a basic working knowledge of computers. All the computers are equipped with the following:
- The Microsoft Office Suite
- DSL Internet access
- AS 400 Platform
- SI 3000 System Platform
Lab hours are Monday- Friday 9 a.m -6 p.m, Closed on Saturdays and Sundays
The Auditorium is the devotion and activity spot at the Training College. This movie or theatre style area is approximately 200 sqaure foot and can accommodate at least 100 recruits or officers and is equipped with a functional Live Home Theatre Sound System. Over the years, the Auditorium has been the ideal place for watching movies, speech contests, In-Service Training Opening and Graduation Ceremonies, Recruit Orientation, Proficiency Classes and General College Lectures.
Recreation and Sports