Qatar’s Prime Minister Attends Graduation Cermonies of Civil Officers, Police Officers of Tomorrow

photo: QNA QNA21.08.2022 Security
Qatar’s Prime Minister Attends Graduation Cermonies of Civil Officers, Police Officers of Tomorrow

Qatar’s Prime Minister Attends Graduation Cermonies of Civil Officers, Police Officers of Tomorrow

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HE Qatar’s Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al-Thani witnessed Thursday morning the graduation ceremony of the seventh qualifying course for civil officer candidates graduated from civil universities, which was held in the Police Training Institute.

At the ceremony, HE the Prime Minister honored the distinguished candidates and handed over certificates to 45 graduates of various disciplines from the officer candidates at the Ministry of Interior and Lekhwiya, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported.

Following that His Excellency toured the firing range and was briefed on the various firing ranges available.

His Excellency also witnessed at the Police College the graduation of 2022’s final batch of the Police Officers of Tomorrow, which were 200 students out of 1200.

During the ceremony, the graduates took part in passing out parades that showed their advanced skills in shooting and self-defense as well as other military and sports skills acquired during the training course.

Earlier this month, the Police College celebrated the graduation of the first and second batches of the program which target 9-11 year-old students.

Parents of the participating students expressed happiness for their sons’ admission, hailing the program as a means to entrench values and enhance national identity for children.

The two ceremonies were attended by a number of Senior Officers, Directors of Departments at the Ministry of Interior, members of the Supreme Council of the Police College, faculty members and parents of graduates.

 
 

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