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National Academy for Prisons Administration

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National Academy for Prisons Administration

National Academy for Prisons Administration
Abbreviation NAPA
Legal status Government Institution
Purpose Training of Prisons Staff
Membership Prisons Staff in all provinces of Pakistan
Principal Muhammad Masood Khan
Main organ Government of Pakistan
Parent organization Ministry of Interior
Website NAPA Pakistan

National Academy for Prisons Administration (NAPA) formerly known as Central Jail Staff Training Institute (CJSTI) is a Federal Government's training institute for prison staff of all four provinces of Pakistan. It operates under Ministry of Interior, Government of Pakistan. The Academy is situated on Ferozepur Road in Lahore, Pakistan and is adjacent to District Jail Lahore.

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External links

  • Official Website of National Academy for Prisons Administration
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