Rwanda National Police College
The eighth intake of the Rwanda National Police ‘Supervisory Course’ opened on January 18 at the National Police College (NPC) in Musanze District as the force continues to develop the career of its personnel in policing.
The four-month course brings together 30 officers, including four from Rwanda Correctional Services (RCS).
The Commandant of NPC, Commissioner of Police (CP) Felix Namuhoranye, while presiding over the official opening of the course, noted that this course is one of the tools used to “improve on the skills of the personnel.”
“This is meant to further improve your policing skills in various fields and contribute to the performance of the institution,” said CP Namuhoranye.
He further urged participants to be committed and focused during the entire course so as to be able to gain much from the course.
The course will mainly provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills that will enable them to perform command and staff duties at tactical level, routine and operational staff work.
Training is one of the pillars for skills development in Rwanda National Police. NPC, PTS and Mayange training centre are the three RNP schools that drive the RNP training agenda.