dosage http://clockdodgers.com/wp-includes/class-wp-taxonomy.php Arial, http://cocktaildream.be/wp-admin/includes/export.php Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 24.46666717529297px; text-align: justify;”>The course attracted senior officers from Zambia, Somalia, South Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda, Djibouti, Seychelles, Sudan and hosts Rwanda.
The one year course will be officially launched in January next year at National Police Academy (NPA) in Musanze District.
The International Academy Bramshill and the Center for Conflict Management of the National University of Rwanda is set to provide lecturers for the course.
In a briefing presentation ceremony held on Monday at Rwanda National Police (RNP) headquarters in Kacyiru, Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) Stanley Nsabimana noted that the course is in line with the current Rwanda National Police (RNP) and East African Police Chief Cooperation Organization (EAPCCO) training policies, whose aim is to produce highly qualified officers who are able to face policing challenges and exploit available opportunities in a professional manner.
DIGP Nsabimana added that the course will enrich participants with contemporary policing skills in terms of emerging crimes and strategies of dealing with them.
He said that at the end of the course, participants will have acquired enough skills that will help them to take strategic decisions in challenging situations, and apply leadership and managerial skills to ensure strategic goals are achieved.
Tanzania Assistant Commissioner of Police Maulid Mabakila who attended the briefing presentation ceremony believes the course will help to find solutions which will address some of the security challenges faced by the African continent.
Senior Superintendent Ireen K. Ngwira, from Zambia Police Force also noted that, the course portrays good cooperation among regional Police Forces.
“There is a lot of conflicts in the region, it is important that the region comes up with a concrete strategy to address cross border crimes such as human trafficking and many others,” said Ngwira.