The Police College has succeeded in a short time, since its establishment, in ensuring its excellence regionally and internationally in terms of training, several officials said yesterday, noting the outstanding 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 were Qatari. The remaining students came from Jordan, Palestine, and Yemen.
Commenting on the occasion, HE the Director General of Public Security Saad bin Jassim al-Khulaifi said that establishing the Police College was one of the ministry’s biggest achievements over the past few years. He added that the college proved its ability to train more than capable police officers in line with the highest regional and international standards.
For his part, the adviser to 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.
Meanwhile, Director of the International Co-operation 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.
Assistant of Director of Public Security Major General Abdullah Mohamed al-Suwaidi said 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, and Head of Human Resources Major General Khalifa Nasr al-Nasr also praised the Police College.
Doha hosts 17th INTERPA executive board meeting
The 17th meeting of the executive board of the International Association of Police Academies (INTERPA) was held in Doha yesterday, with the participation of the delegations of seven countries: Qatar, Turkey, Belarus, North Macedonia, Sudan, India and Malaysia. The meeting discussed important issues on its agenda such as the challenges facing police academies in the future as well as the evaluation of courses and seminars implemented by members of the INTERPA and other related topics. Director-General of the Police College Brigadier Dr Mohamed Abdullah al-Muhanna al-Marri, who is also a member of the association’s executive board, said that the meeting discussed programmes, research and working papers that will be presented at the Association’s general conference to be held in Turkey. - QNA
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