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Police Officers Undergo Refresher Course in Musanze

The District Police Unit of Musanze has started a refresher course for officers in Musanze as part of the Rwanda National Police (RNP) prioritized training strategy to keep the officers updated on the evolving policing environment.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Beniot Nsengiyumva, the District Police Commander of Musanze said the training that will be conducted in phases, is intended to “maintain the readiness” of Police officers operating in Musanze and to “remind them of their core professional policing obligations.”

“The five-day training will be conducted in five series and rotational on a daily basis,” he said.

The first batch of 33 police officers completed their training on Monday.

“Officers are being reminded of the force’s vision, mission and doctrines to guide them and maintain readiness at all times; they are as well given an insight into the security situation in their areas of responsibility and the entire region,” said SSP Nsengiyumva.

SSP Nsengiyumva added that such refresher courses are a routine in Rwanda National Police and they are aimed at having officers at the best of their performance at all times.

“The course covers force discipline, community policing, criminal procedures and latest means to counter emerging and prevalent crimes like human trafficking and drug trafficking and abuse, among others” he said.

The training is also expected to continue in other four DPUs in the Northern Province.

By Robert Muriisa via RNP.

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