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Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:35 - Updated Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:35

Police, Criminal Science Institute academic year opens

Luanda - The 2015 academic year at the Higher Institute of Police and Criminal Sciences officially opened on Tuesday in Luanda, with a ceremony presided over by the National Police commander, Ambrósio de Lemos.

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Marchin troops

Photo: Clemente Dos Santos

Parading troops

Photo: Clemente Dos Santos

Comissioner Alberto Sebastião Mendes - Director of the Higher Institute of Police and Criminal Sciences

Photo: Clemente Dos Santos

Ambródio de Lemos, National Police commander

Photo: Clemente Dos Santos

A total of 940 cadets are enrolled for the course this year, 170 of whom

attending the fourth year, 198 the third, 345 the second and 227 the first

year.  Of the 940 cadets enrolled, 133 are women.

Addressing the ceremony, commissioner Ambrosio de Lemos said the

higher education institution in Angola is the result of the process of

modernisation and development underway in the National Police, seeking to

adjust the training of the staff to the real conditions and reduce costs with

training abroad and other purposes.

The Higher Institute of Police and Criminal Science was established to train

officers, equipping them with the skill to perform the various tasks expected

from them and run updating, upgrading and specialisation in various subjects

of the police activity.

Since its inception in March 2012, the institute ran 103 training programmes,

with an impact on the police activity, namely criminal investigation, penal

issues, staff management and others.

The event was witnessed by high ranking officers of the National Police,

Armed Forces and principals of various universities.

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