The Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani attended the graduation ceremony of the second mandatory qualifying course for graduates of civil universities at the Police College, held at the college’s headquarters recently. Director General of Public Security Staff Major General Saad bin Jassim Al Khulaifi also attended the event. A total of 99 trainees completed the course held from 5 November 2016 to 10 May 2017.
The ceremony included various training presentations and military formations, as well as military parades under the supervision of Chinese infantry instructors. It also included a screening of a documentary about the graduates during the training course.
The Prime Minister honoured the Chinese infantry instructors who participated in the training of a group of officers, non-commissioned officers and instructors at the Police College on the Chinese basic infantry course.
The second mandatory qualifying course for graduates which was organised by the College included trainees from a number of military entities in the state with various specialties. During the course which lasted for six months, the graduates received various military, sport and police-related academic training.
Speaking on the occasion Director General of Police College Brigadier Dr Muhammad Abdullah al Mohanna Al Marri said that the six months course has qualified and helped the graduates gain military knowledge and legal security disciplines to prepare them for their future military career. He said that the trainees are now capable of carrying out their functional duties to protect the State in various locations.
The Prime Minister honoured the toppers in the course and handed over certificates to graduates. First Lieutenant Ali Saeed Ibrahim Al Mohannadi was awarded the top prize in body fitness while First Lieutenant Ali Abdullah Ali Al Sulaiti got the Best Behaviour and Attendance Award.
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