Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Sixth police cadet course kicks-off

The Rwanda National Police has launched the sixth cadet course intake at Police Training School (PTS) in Gishali in Rwamagana district.

The course which is expected to last for eight months has brought together 439 police trainees. 95 of the cadets are female while the rest are male.

During the eight months training, the officer cadets will undergo drills, political science, law, Para-Military Science, computer and United Nations (UN) studies.

Speaking at the launch, the Inspector General of Police Emmanuel K. Gasana appealed to the trainees to have commitment and be disciplined, a need he explained would enable them to successfully complete the course.

Emphasizing on commitment, Gasana told officer cadets to exhibit patience and ensure that they pass through all the hardships.

“Wait for another minute. A good commander is the one who can wait for another minute,” he added.

The Police Chief reiterated that Rwanda National Police have given priority to capacity building particularly through such trainings as the force believes training is the only approach to professionalizing the force.

He noted that this priority would significantly and sustainably help in handling crimes and in the end make Rwanda a more secure peaceful nation for all.

“Rwanda is developing so fast and there are new forms of crimes such as cyber crimes and money laundering that keep coming as a result of this deployment.

We therefore need to act professionally in order to effectively achieve our goal,” he concluded.


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