Written by Amani Nilar
09 Jan, 2022 | 4:54 pm
COLOMBO (News 1st); For the first time in history of the Police Special Task Force, a female officer was promoted to the tank of Assistant Superintendent of Police.
Accordingly, nine Special Task Force (STF) officers were promoted from the rank of Chief Inspector to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police on the basis of their special skills as well as service requirements for maintaining national security and maintaining law and order.
These promotions have been made by the Public Service Commission on the recommendation of Sri Lanka Police and the Special Task Force as well as the Ministry of Defense.
The new ASPs were selected from 52 officers and two female officers of the post of Chief Inspector of the Special Task Force, out of which eight officers and a female officer were promoted.
Accordingly, the officers who are promoted from the post of Chief Inspector of Police to the post of Assistant Superintendent of Police are D.S. Kulasekara, W.A.P. Sampath Kumara, I.S.T. Perera, W.D.S. de Silva, K.G.G.G. Nishantha, E.A.M. Dayaratne, K.D.G.C. Gunaratne and A.P.E.P. Kularatne.
In addition, Chief Inspector T.N. Kumari was promoted to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police.
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