Abdul Jalal

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Abdul Jalal gives a new Police Academy graduate his diploma.

Abdul Jalal Jalal is the Chief of Police of Kunar Province, Afghanistan.[1] Jalal was described as a reformer in The Enduring Ledger, the publication of the Public Affairs department of the Combined Security Transition Command.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neil Myers (2008-08-11). "Auxiliary Police Officers Graduate in Ceremony at Camp Wright". Department of Defense. Retrieved 2009-10-12. 
  2. ^ Scott Cohen (July 2007). "Police Reform, Top to Bottom" (PDF). The Enduring Ledger. Retrieved 2009-10-12. “In order to tackle reform, you need to correct yourself first,” Jalal said. “We are currently focusing on our own organization. We have brought more than an 80 percent reduction in corruption in the Kunar Police Department.”