Mr.Inam Ghani was born in 1966 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He studied at Cadet College Kohat, graduated in Economics & Political Science from Edwardes College Peshawar and did his Masters in Political Science from Government College Lahore. He joined the Police Service of Pakistan in 1989. He served as ASP in Gujranwala, Faisalabad and Lahore in Punjab and as SP West Karachi in Sindh. While posted in Sindh, he received Quaid-e-Azam Police Medal, the highest Police medal for gallantry in recognition of his services. In 1995, he joined the Police contingent sent on temporary duty to Mozambique on United Nations mission and received UN Peace medal for services rendered.
In 1998, he went to the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom as Britannia Chevening Scholar, where he did his LLM in International Human Rights Law. While in UK, he received scholarship from the renowned Rene Cassin Institute, Strasbourg, France and participated in its 30th study session in the summer of 1999. On return in end 1999, he joined KP Police where he served as District Superintendent of Police of five districts including Peshawar. While posted as SSP Mansehra, he received Quaid-e-Azam Police Medal the second time. In the meanwhile he also completed his LLB from the University of Peshawar in 2000.
In 2002, he received Hubert Humphrey Scholarship from the US State Department, went to the Washington College of Law, American University Washington D.C, USA and did his LL.M in International Legal Studies in August 2003. He also attended and qualified certificate course on “The Effective Facilitator: Maximizing Involvement and Results” organised by the American Management Association.
After completion of his degree, he joined Islamabad Capital Territory Police. During his posting in Islamabad Police, he attended courses on Legislative Drafting and Procedure, Communication Skills, Interpersonal Communication, Participatory Development: Strategies & Techniques and General Financial Rules at different training institutes in Pakistan. He participated in the US DOJ International Criminal Investigative Training Assist: Program on Crime Prevention in October 2004. He also attended course on International Management of Serious Crimes at Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation, Semarang, Indonesia, United Nations Training Assistance Team Course at Turkish Police Training Centre, Istanbul, Turkey and VIP Protection Course from National Training Academy, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. In 2005 he was posted as Counsellor/ Community Welfare Attaché in Kuwait under the Ministry for Labour, Manpower and Overseas Pakistanis.
On return from his assignment in Kuwait in February 2009, Inam Ghani was assigned to the Federal Investigation Agency where he served for more than seven years. He served as Zonal Chief of FIA of the provinces of KPK, Punjab, Islamabad zone, Director Administration, Director Cyber Crimes, Director Training and Director Counter Terrorism Wing of FIA. While posted in FIA he attended the Operational Working Group Meeting FUSION Task Force Project PACIFIC at Kuala Lumpur, in Feb 2009, Preparatory meeting for Twelfth Congress of UNODC in June 2009, Working Group Meeting “Project Kalkan” at Moscow in 2010, the First Meeting of Heads of Interpol of ECO Member States at Tehran in June 2010, Conference on “Showcasing State Practice and Programs For Recognition of Civilian Harm in Pakistan and Afghanistan at Istanbul January 2012, Pakistan-Australia Joint Working Group on Border Management and Transnational Crime “Legal Issues Sub-Committee Meeting” at Canberra in April 2012, Expert Group Meeting on Scientific Detection of Crime of ECO member States at Tehran in February 2013, 1st Regional Training on Migration Policy and Data Management at Antalya, Turkey in August 2014, Third Meeting of Pak-EU Joint Readmission Committee at Brussels in October 2014 and 22nd Senior Official Meeting of the Budapest Process at Istanbul in December 2014.
He is serving as a member of the faculty of the National Management Wing of the National Management College, NSPP, Lahore since 28 March 2016.
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