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AMISOM Police Concludes Third Criminal Investigation Training for Somali Police
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The African Union Mission in Somalia Police formally closed its third Criminal Investigation training course for Somali Police officers, presenting certificates to successful candidates at the General Kahiye Police Academy in Mogadishu.
The AMISOM Police, Training and Development Unit began the two-week course on 13 January, training 60 Somali Police officers including 16 female officers in Basic Criminal Investigation skills. So far 140 Somali Police officers have been participated in the training course with more expected to take part in the next few weeks.
The course is aimed at improving the skills of the Somali Police Force in Criminal Investigations and fills a crucial gap in training after many years of armed conflict in the region.
The AMISOM Police commissioner, Dr. Charles Makono encouraged the officers to the skills acquired on the course into practice to improve the quality of crime investigations throughout the country.
“Without strong and enduring rule of law, public order and proper investigation of crime, there can be no lasting peace. The Somali Police Force is playing and will continue to play an integral part in Somalia’s recovery. Those who have graduated from this course today are at the heart of this effort to bring lasting peace and stability to Somalia”, said the Commissioner, adding that the course will help the Somali Police Force handle cases brought before them in line with internationally recognized standards.
Dr. Makono thanked the Somali Police Force Commissioner, Dr. Sherif Shekuna Maiye and his team for selecting a number of female participants for the course and hopes the number of female participants will increase in subsequent training.
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