Police system in India is attributed with a lot of responsibility and considered to be an important wing of maintaining peace, law and order. In addition, it is the department that implements the laws and rules at the grassroot level and thrives towards safeguarding the life of individuals in a society and their properties. Hence, the need has been felt every so often for proper training to the police personnel and the need to efficiently take care of all serious threats in the society is bestowed on to them. Also, the lack of legislations for the welfare of police organization add up to the plight.
In this research paper, the gaps between the legal framework and practical outcomes of police training in India will be scrutinized in a way that practicable suggestions are put forth in order to improve and reduce the gap between the two.