The Ministry of the Interior started on Sunday a workshop on "Patrols Works", organised by the Permanent Committee for the Development, Follow-up of the Patrols and Investigation
This came within the framework of the ministry's training plan to develop the skills of its cadres, refine their experiences and introduce them to modern methods in security work.
The workshop, which will run until April 17, aims to enhance theoretical and practical experiences to raise the efficiency and readiness of patrol workers so that they can carry out their work effectively to maintain security, reducing crime, and enhancing communication between the public and the police, so that the community enjoys safety and security.
The workshop, in which experts from the Ministry of Interior are lecturing, is an opportunity for the participants to exchange experiences and experiments on ways to prevent crimes and control them when occurring.
The workshop is held in a group system with ten groups, with the participation of officers and other ranks from various departments of the Ministry of Interior and the Lekhwiya force who work in the patrols.
Participants receive theoretical and scientific lectures on several important topics such as security sense, body language, the art of dealing with the people, first responder, crime scene preservation, criminal procedures, the principles of dealing with the wireless device, and traffic and drugs laws.