Nine Officers of the Liberian National Police are off to the North African state of Egypt for capacity-building. Police Spokesman Sam Collins told an interview last Friday that the officers will undergo four months of training in counter-terrorism, as well as institution protection, among others.
The training of the officers is with the support of the Egyptian Government.In a related development, Spokesman Collins has disclosed that 14 officers of the Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency and the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization have departed the country to undergo training at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMA).
He said the14 officers were sent to the GIMA with support from the Irish Aid Department of Foreign Affairs for the three-month training in post-Graduate Diploma in Public Administration. According to Collins, the training program, which begins this month, is expected to end in April of this year.
By Bridgett Milton