Qatar’s Police Academy Celebrates Graduation of 126 Cadets

QNA15.01.2024 Security
Qatar’s Police Academy Celebrates Graduation of 126 Cadets

Qatar’s Police Academy Celebrates Graduation of 126 Cadets

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The Qatar Police Academy celebrated last week the graduation of its sixth batch in the presence of Minister of Interior, Commander of the Internal Security Force (Lekhwiya) and Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Police Academy HE Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Minister of State for Interior Affairs HE Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Faisal Al Thani, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior HE Abdullah bin Khalaf bin Hattab Al Kaabi.

A number of Senior Officers and Directors of Departments of the Ministry of Interior and Lekhwiya Force, members of the Academy’s Supreme Council, faculty staff and parents of graduates, attended the ceremony.

The Minister of Interior handed over certificates to the 107 graduate cadets at the Police Academy, including students from Palestine, Jordan, Iraq and Tunisia, as well as the 19 graduate cadets at the Ras Laffan Emergency and Safety College, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported.

Speaking on the occasion, Police Academy Deputy President and Police College Director-General Lieutenant-Colonel Fahad Saeed Al Subaie said the Academy presented graduation certificates to the students nominated for the sixth batch in the Police College and Ras Laffan Emergency and Safety College after they spent four years of striving, dedication and keenness to academic and military achievement.

“The graduates underwent all tests and practical applications to fulfil the requirements for obtaining a bachelor’s degree,” he said, stressing the College’s keenness, with the support and guidance of the Minister of the Interior, to prepare students academically and practically in accordance with best practices.

He pointed out that the efforts made in educating and training students are a true translation of the wise leadership’s vision, which emphasises the importance of investing in the development of human resources.

Acting Director of the Ras Laffan Emergency and Safety College Brigadier-general Mohammed Ahn said the graduates spent four years studying the specialty of international fire safety management, as the study period included academic studies and specialised field training in the areas of safety and firefighting.

He expressed delight that the graduates successfully passed the training and obtained a bachelor’s degree in cooperation with the British University of Central Lancashire in Qatar.

Ibrahim Mohammed Al Saeed, officer candidate, in a speech he delivered on behalf of his fellow graduates, considered graduation from the Police Academy a celebration of achieving goals after a long period of hope and waiting, as the candidates embarked on a journey that lasted four years in pursuit of knowledge, discipline, gaining experience and refining skills.

He added that they spent years at the Police College during which they qualified according to the latest curricula, educational and training systems that encourage the acquisition of knowledge and skills, which help them perform their tasks with high efficiency and professionalism, especially since the Academy has harnessed all capabilities and abilities to achieve these noble goals, pledging loyalty to this dear country and commitment to maintain its security.

Over the course of four years, graduates of the Police College received various military, sports, police and academic training, including diving, parachuting, lightning, night marching exercises and shooting at Zekreet camp.

The graduates also gained practical experience through general lectures, which were carried out in cooperation with a number of competent authorities and refined their knowledge by engaging in practical training in some departments of the Ministry of Interior.



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