PESHAWAR NWFP Police have acquired a big tract for establishment of the countrys biggest police training centre where American experts would impart training to recruits and serving staff. The patch of land is situated in Hund area of district Swabi but it also touches district of Haripur, source privy to developments informed. He said that local as well as American instructors would impart training to police staff ranging from constables to DSPs. SPs and DIG could be prepared according to American standards at a latter stage. Advanced anti-terrorist training course is said to be the area is which foreigners have demonstrated extra interest. A police official said provincial police department has kicked off homework and initially it can cost up to half of a billion rupees. A Deputy Inspector General of Police will supervise the training centre once it starts functioning. It is expected that recruits and officers completing training there would have a different level of morale and expertise in fighting menace of terror, he added. It would definitely help the country in countering terror. Eventually, government may decide to abolish existing police training centres located at Hangu and Kohat. When asked about selection of the location of new police facility, the official said it is comparatively safe, as other training centres have been attacked and bombed by the terrorists, besides the events of police officers kidnappings. It may be noted that the existing training centres have been closed since months to avoid any situation. This decision has barred many newly enrolled cops from training. Top police officials have already received fully loaded eight vehicles from their American friends while NWFP Police are soon to receive 70 automotives for police stations. In background interviews, some police officials confirmed they have yet to receive vehicles. It may be mentioned here that American counter-terrorism experts have already been coaching FC personnel in a highly fortified facility situated at Ragha Baba area of Warsak Road for the last one year.