The training course is being held until today at the Police College and Police Training Institute, and is attended by 250 male and female safety guides from Qatar Red Crescent Society. The training course, according to a press statement by the Ministry of Interior, aims to raise the capabilities of safety guides and provide them with guidelines by experts in the field of security and safety of fans. The course will also enable trainees to participate efficiently and competently in securing the FIFA Club World Cup hosted by Qatar next month.
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