As Censor.NET reports citing the Мinistry of Internal Affairs, 22 patrol police officers, including two female officers, will undergo a week-long training on the base of Turkey's law enforcement agencies. They will be trained in tactics of actions during mass events.
The course hosts instructors for tactical training who have passed a basic course on tactics and have teaching experience.
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"This is new experience. This is development, and it's very important for all of us. Our service is new, so we receive all our knowledge from our own experience. The more training we do, the more experience we have, which is good," the inspector of the patrol police in Kyiv Stanislav Polukhin commented.
"This is protection of public order training, that is, a training on the protection of citizens during mass events. I think we will learn a lot of interesting stuff," Vitalii Zhadan, his colleague from Kyiv patrol police, added.
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Earlier, head of the National Police Khatia Dekanoidze said that around 1,000 police officers will be trained in Turkey.
(Images courtesy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs)
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