LNP Officers Get Master Degree Opportunities; IG Sudue Pledges More

 

(MONROVIA-LIBERIA, AUGUST 23, 2018), In furtherance of the longstanding ties between the Liberia National Police and the Rwanda National Police, three officers of the Liberia National Police have left the country  for Kigali, Rwanda to attend  the 7th intake of the Police Senior Command and Staff Course (PSCSC) which commenced on August 13, 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda. Those officers that left the country include; officers Kendrick T. Doe, Catherine Mathews and Nicodemus Boye.

According to an LNP release, the PSCSC’s objective is to impart selected Senior Officers with executive strategic management skills in the field of Policing and critical understanding of the global system in peace; development and conflict in partnership with the UK based College of Policing and the Center for conflict management of the University of Rwanda.

The release further states that the Course offers both Professional and academic components, qualifying candidates for the award of a Master’s Degree in peace studies and conflict transformation from the University of Rwanda and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) with a “level seven Certificate in strategic Management and Leadership (QFC) will be awarded with a Police strategic command Certificate.

Receiving the academic invitation on behalf of the Liberia National Police, Inspector General of Police, Col. Patrick T. Sudue lauded the effort of the sisterly (security) institution for continuously building the human resource capacity of Senior Officers of the LNP. He assured his counterparts of the LNP’s fullest cooperation in whatever manner, especially in the area of information sharing which is cardinal in the fight against global criminality and terrorism specifically.

The Police Inspector General assured officers of the LNP of his administration’s commitment to building their skills and intellect in effectively discharging their duties and responsibilities. He added that since taking office he has provided computer skills opportunities as well as building technical skills of officers assigned both in Monrovia and leeward areas.

Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries, Officer Kendrick T. Doe praised the authority of the Rwanda National Police for constantly thinking about the LNP and promised to live up to the expectation of our partners.

 

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