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Tag Archives: Rwanda
This column provides a review of accomplishments and developments in 2016 by the Rwanda National Police, including a 37% reduction in road traffic accidents, 12% decrease in crime, significant anti-corruption strides, and 1,000 officers deployed in international peacekeeping missions.
The first ever “Africa Convention of Women in Security Organs” begins today in Kigali, Rwanda. Some 250 police, military, and prison officials will focus on the problems of gender-based violence, child abuse, and human trafficking in Africa, as well as … Continue reading
This article reports increased numbers of women police in Africa, thanks in part to strong UN encouragement. Rwanda has become the top contributor of women to international policing missions, and Kenya’s constitution now requires its National Police to reach 30% … Continue reading
This article reports an agreement among several countries in East Africa to harmonize their police training curricula in order to facilitate joint investigations and other regional security initiatives.
Twenty-two African police commanders from several different countries attending the Police Senior Command and Staff Course in Rwanda visited the Kigali memorial center recently. When the officers complete the course they graduate with a Masters Degree in Peace Studies and … Continue reading
This article indicates that Europol has pledged to assist the newly-created Afripol. Also, a number of centers of excellence will be established in Rwanda, including a Police Senior Command and Staff College and a Peace Support Operations Training Center.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) will hold the 3rd Sub-Saharan Africa Executive Policing Conference in Rwanda March 3-4 with the theme “Contemporary policing for a safer world.” For information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org