Bahrain’s Chief of Public Security, Major General Tariq Al Hassan attended on Wednesday the graduation ceremony of 501 fresh police personnel of the 15th batch of police cadets, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported.
Throughout the six-month training, the cadets received police and legal science education at the Police Training Institute. The Chief was received by the Commandment of the Royal Academy of Police (RAP) and number of General Directors. After that the Chief inspected the graduates who later showed through exercises their learnt skills, competency and disciplines.
RAP Commandment delivered a speech expressing thanks and appreciation to His Excellency Interior Minister for his support to enhance training and the follow up of the Chief to achieve RAP’s goals, mainly the graduation of competent security forces. The graduates recited the oath and the Chief honored them.
The Chief hailed the directives of HE Interior Minister to enhance education and training programs of RAP to enhance performance and provided police services to meet security changes. He also highlighted the role of the Police Training Institute for the implementation of the highest education criteria.
The Chief highlighted that Bahrain Police have achieved in recent years a turning point in security performance through law enforcement and civilize approach in dealing with many situations. He said that out of the revision of security challenges and threats, a security strategy has been adopted to consider all scientific and technological methods in dealing with crimes. The ceremony was attended by Ministry of Interior officers and the graduates’ families.
Meanwhile, Major General Al Hassan received retired Colonel Nasser Bakheet (photo) who presented a copy of his book titled “Public Security disciplinary regulations”.
Al Hassan welcomed Colonel Bakheet and congratulated him on the publication of the book, wishing him further success.