MoHA Dy Minister attends Police Sub-Inspector Training Course No 115/2023 passing-out parade

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MoHA Deputy Minister MPF Chief Lt-Gen Ni Lin Aung presents best trainee award to the winning trainee.

Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Chief of Myanmar Police Force Lt-Gen Ni Lin Aung attended the Police Sub-Inspector Training Course No 115/2023 passing-out parade at the Police Officer Training School in PyinOoLwin Township, Mandalay Region yesterday.
During the event, he took the salute of the police graduation cadet company during their slow and quick marches and presented excellent awards to outstanding cadets.
In his speech, the MPF Chief said the Police Sub-Inspectors are the ones who will serve duties in different units as junior leaders and should manage their fellows following the 16 characteristics of the leadership, and also need to focus on local security and state stability, rule of law, anti-drug measures and public services.
The police members are serving security measures together with Tatmadaw, so they should be on alert regarding security.
He also highlighted the public awareness programmes on crimes, anti-drug measures in collaboration with Tatmadaw, the Myanmar Police Force, and the entire public as a national task, and active participation in social, rural development, rescue, and public service sectors.
He also stressed the need to keep studying the training policy of the Myanmar Police Force, changing procedures, tactics, and military arts, being familiar with the arms individually, and learning opportunities in foreign languages including computers, the internet, and technology.
He then urged the female police officers to apply the knowledge and principles in real-world conditions and to keep following the knowledge and the skills acquired from the training or by themselves successively not just in training terms.
The event saw a total of 341 graduates, including 199 male in-service graduates and 142 female in-service graduates, completing the Police Sub-Inspector Training Course No 115/2023. — MNA/KTZH

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