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Wednesday, 07 December 2022 03:58 GMT

Moi Celebrates Two New Police Officer Batches Graduation

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) QNA

Doha: The Ministry of Interior (MoI), represented by the Police Institute, celebrated the graduation of the 14th and 15th batches of new police officers, who received an intensive training programme, as part of MoI's strategy to train its human cadres.

The training programme aimed to physically and militarily train and prepare the 1405 participating new officers, to provide them with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the tasks assigned to them.

The study programme subjects provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out police work. In addition, the study program included legal subjects such as Military Service Law, the Criminal Procedure Code and the Penal Code, as well as police subjects such as criminal investigation, securing and guarding vital facilities, inspection and security patrols.

Training also included an administrative axis, including courses covering computer literacy, the art of dealing with the public, Qatari society culture, and secretarial work, in addition to field training, such as infantry training, infantry weapons training, weapons and shooting, physical fitness, engagement and self-defense.

Assistant Director of the Police Institute Captain Faisal Saad Al Hajri said that the institute was keen to train and qualify new recruits according to the latest training methods, in both theory and practice, in order to prepare them for security work. 

Moreover, the new officers received their training at the hands of the most competent MoI officers, trainers and lecturers, for the purpose of securing the World Cup and working in the various departments of the ministry.

During the ceremony, the graduates presented a distinguished military parade, accompanied by the police philharmonic orchestra, as well as marched on a silent parade, reflecting the strength and quality of the training programme they received and the skills they were trained on.


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