Legal Education for 230 Students at the Police College
The Police Education Section at the Law Respect Culture Bureau, the Directorate General of Community Protection and Crime Prevention, the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, organized a legal lecture for 230 candidates and university students from the 26th batch enrolled at the Police College.
Captain Issa Mohamed Al Bloushi, Chief of the Police Education Section at the Law Respect Culture Bureau, explained that the lecture tackled two topics, notably the means to enhance police staff members’ legal culture. Captain Al Bloushi urged the graduates to develop their practical legal capabilities after graduation in order to acquire the necessary skills that would help them carry out their operational duties. In the second topic, Captain Al Bloushi explained the different violations of the police code of conduct, and stressed the need for staff members to abide by these rules in their professional life.
Captain Al Bloushi said: “The Police College constantly endeavors to organize awareness lectures, to inculcate the law respect culture in students, in a way that would promote positive professional and ethical behaviors and practices amongst police staff members. Such lectures also acquaint candidates with the legal aspects that regulate police staff members’ work, and with their legal and professional rights and obligations on all levels.”