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Posted On: 24 January 2020 10:18 am
Updated On: 3 March 2020 12:01 pm

MOI officials praises Police College achievements, congratulate graduates

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Several officials said Thursday that the Police College succeeded in a short time since its establishment in ensuring its excellence regionally and internationally in terms of training, noting the high performance of its earlier graduates.

The Police College witnessed yesterday the graduation of its second batch of officers, which included 110 students. A total of 89 of those students were Qatari. The remaining students came from Jordan, Palestine, and Yemen.

Commenting on the occasion, HE Director General of Public Security Saad Bin Jassim Al Khulaifi that establishing the Police College was one of the ministry's biggest achievements over the past few years. His Excellency added that the college proved its ability to train more than capable police officers in line with the highest regional and international standards. His Excellency added that there were high expectations for this year's graduates.

For his part, HE Advisor of the Minister of Interior Major General Dr Abdullah Yousef Al Mal, who is also the Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council of Police College expressed his delight with the education that today's graduates got over the past year, saying that it will help them carry out their duties in the future. He added that the college was continuing its mission of developing its educational programs through specialized courses that will be introduced along with the academic curricula.

Meanwhile, Director of the International Cooperation Department of the Ministry of Interior Major General Abdulaziz Al Ansari said that the Police College became in a short time a beacon of knowledge in the security field.

For his part, Assistant of Director of Public Security Major General Abdullah Mohammed Al Suwaidi said that the Ministry of Interior is sparing no effort in developing security operations and building up capabilities, noting that the Police College was an important component of developing human capital in line with Qatar National Vision 2030.

Director of National Command Centre (NCC) Major General Khalifa Abdullah Al Nuaimi the Police College, despite being recently established, was able to occupy a distinguished position among its counterparts at the regional and Arab levels, and to keep abreast of developments of police colleges at the international level. He emphasized that the approach of the Police College in training its students confirms its ability to produce distinguished police officers who are able to carry out all the tasks undertaken by the Ministry of Interior.

Head of Human Resources Major General Khalifa Nasr Al Nasr said that the police college was one of the ministry's biggest achievements in providing appropriate training to its cadres, stressing that training was a pillar of the ministry's strategy.

The officials then congratulated the graduates for their efforts over the past four years.

Source: Qatar News Agency

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