Bahrain Royal Academy of Police Admits 75 Students to Master’s Programs

BNA Photo: BNA21.09.2018 Security
Bahrain Royal Academy of Police Admits 75 Students to Master’s Programs

Bahrain Royal Academy of Police Admits 75 Students to Master’s Programs

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A batch of 75 students have been admitted to enroll at the Royal Academy of Police (RAP) in the Kingdom of Bahrain for their Master’s degrees, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported.

“The admitted students work with different sections and directorates affiliated with the Ministry of Interior and other government departments,” said RAP Commander Staff Colonel Dr. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa.

 

More than 300 people have applied to enroll at the RAP postgraduate studies representing different ministries and government entities.

 

Fourteen government departments have also applied, seeking the admission of employees to the postgraduate academic programs.

 

The students who were accepted expressed delight at joining the RAP Master’s programs of studies, hailing the role of the Interior Ministry in promoting its affiliates.

 

They paid tribute to the Minister of Interior for allowing applicants from other government departments to join the RAP Master’s programs.

 

RAP Commander announced that a world-standard Master’s degree in crisis management has been launched this year for the first time in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

 

Meanwhile, the Royal Academy of Police (RAP) centre for security research held this week a lecture which focused on main cases which were tackled by police directorates across Bahrain.


The centre organized the event which aimed at honing the personnel’s security and policing skills and enable them to expand showcase their expertise as part of the annual training program.

 

The lecture highlighted criminal behavioral patterns and dedicated efforts exerted by the police directorate to uncover criminal designs. 

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