About 15 kms from Belgaum is Belgundi village which is host to Indianeye Security Private Limited (ISPL) who train some of the best personnel in security. Recently 110 women special police officers of Maharashtra Security Force (MSF) were trained at the Indianeye Security Private Limited (ISPL) academy at Belgundi village near Belgaum. Sources say that this could be the first time that a private agency has trained women police working for a state.
The objective of IndianEye Security is to provide a state of the art Training to our Police forces, Industry and individuals. They have tie ups with Global Players to bring the latest in Technology and Training.
The facility in Belgundi is spread over 200-acre and is spearheaded by Harry Dhaul, director general, Security Watch India (SWI). The high end training center has a shooting range, rappelling tower, room intervention facilities, live tactical combat simulator, unarmed combat pit, battle obstacle course along with lecture halls.
The academy is set-up to train industrial security personnel in special skills using the latest equipment, communications & training modules. Their goal is to create a state of the art Training Academy for our Police forces. It will offer specialized training in Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) using the latest equipment and knowhow from leading SWAT teams in the world. The courses are dully certified and are specifically designed to meet the specific needs of the Indian State Polices and Paramilitary forces.
Indianeye has been set up to assist with the objective of assisting the challenges being faced by government departments, companies, and individuals in the current global and national security environment. Their tie-ups and collaboration with overseas companies bring together over three decades of in-depth and vast experiences in the field of security across a wide spectrum of activities. The team includes consultants and experts with vast experience, who have had founding roles in the National Security Guard of India and the National Security Council of the Government of India as well as trainers recognized for their role in training Black Cat Commando’s who participated in 26/11 Mumbai operations.
Belgaum is all set to be the military/Security training hub with the MLIRC, Airforce(Sambra), ITBP (Hallbhvai), CRPF Anti Terror squad in Khanapur and this one in Belgundi.
With inputs from New Indian Express