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Police academy celebrating fourth batch graduation on Thursday

QNA reported Thursday that the National Police University is celebrating the graduation of the fourth batch of 91 candidates in the prevention and precautionary measures of Covid-19.

At a press conference held by the university on Wednesday, Lt Col Yousef Bilal al-Abdullah, director of management and finance at the police university, said that given science and knowledge, the new batch constitutes a qualitative addition to Qatar’s security and police departments. And the high-level training programs they received are in line with the highest international standards.
Lt Col al-Abdullah added that graduates spent four years at the Police College, during which they studied law, police science, and military training, and were eligible to become officers of the Ministry of Interior or their military authorities. ..
Captain Jasim Abdullah Al-Hatter of the University Training Department has had enough experience in field performance, with the fourth batch occupying the largest share of training, thanks to attending the graduation ceremony of the previous batch of universities. Said gave.
He confirmed that the Police College is always eager to present outstanding military performance through its training department. This area has been shown to be a mirror of the quality of the program offered to students over a four-year period, whether it is a military or sports training program or a specialty. training.
In this regard, he said the fourth batch spent four years. This includes 1,490 hours of military training and other specialized training, as well as 780 hours of fitness and self-defense sports training.
He also said that this batch has been involved in many specialized courses such as parachute jumps, diving courses, thunderbolt courses, riot courses, as well as practical applications in the Department of Interior departments such as the General Transportation Authority. Pointed out. Fazaa Department, Criminal Investigation Department, Investigation Center, and National Command Center (NCC).
At the ceremony, Major Al Carter witnessed 67 students from police college friends attending four consecutive times from tomorrow’s officer program, with students on a military show (infantry, formation, and weapons movements). At the press conference, we reviewed all precautions and precautions taken at the graduation ceremony, following the instructions and instructions of the Ministry of Public Health.
They have been vaccinated twice and only those with a green and gold frame on the Ehteraz app are allowed to attend the ceremony and prevent admission to children, except for children under the age of 12. I confirmed that. Have recovered from the illness in the last 9 months and obtained a health certificate from an approved health center.
The two speakers brought an invitation and presented it to the entrance gate, promising to wear a face mask during their college stay and pointing out that the platform was assigned to families and women. A special entrance to which all precautions apply.
They said that after the Ministry of Public Health identified only about 50% of it in the application of social distance rules to protect the safety of all, health conditions prevented it from occupying the total capacity of the concert platform. It pointed out.
They also said that the entrance gate would open at 5 am and close at 7:30 am for guests of the ceremony invited by their parents. Home Office and senior official guests are welcomed until 8 am.



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