Posted on October 27, 2016

A workshop on ‘Modern means of police training and education’ started at the Police Training Institute (PTI) yesterday.

The opening session was attended by Director General of Public Security Staff Major General Saad bin Jassim al-Khulaifi, Police College Director General Brigadier Dr Mohamed Abdullah al-Mohanna al-Marri, PTI director Brigadier Nasser Mohamed al-Sayed, and Interior Minister’s Technical Office director Brigadier Badr Ibrahim al-Ghanim along with a number officers and other expert trainers. The two-day workshop features discussions on three important themes which include modern means in police training, police education and experiences in the fields of training and education. 

In his opening remarks, Brigadier al-Sayed said the objective is to develop the training and education of the police cadre in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030 and Ministry of Interior Strategy 2011-2016 to strengthen human development and ensure security and stability in the society. “In order to achieve these goals the Police Training Institute has organised this event with the participation of experts in relevant fields from the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs, Qatar University, Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College, Police College, Lekhwiya Force and Police training institute,” he said. 

The official explained that the PTI was working to strengthen relationships with major training and education institutions in the state and to benefit from their experiences in order to improve the police training and education. Prof Saad al-Magali, the director of Training department at Institute of Public Administration under the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs, presented a paper on ‘Means of developing the efficiency of personnel in training field – experience of qualifying Qatari trainers.’

The second paper was presented by Mohamed Hamdi al-Basool, from the Department of Training and Courses at Lekhwiya on the topic, ‘Modern methods in police training.’ In the second session presided over by Major Dr Jabr Hamoud al-Noaimi, director of Administrative and Economic Affairs Department at Police College, Major Abdul Aziz Ali al-Mohannadi, assistant director of PTI gave his presentation on Experience of PTI in police training”. The second paper was presented by Khalid bin Nasser al-Khater from Ahmad bin Muhammad Military College on the institution’s academic vision.

source: Gulf Times