Friday, November 18, 2016

Police training aims to raise security in Rakhine State

November 17, 2016
SPECIAL police training has been given to new police members who will be assigned with duty in one of the townships of Rakhine State on the western coast of Myanmar.

The authorities allowed a total of 116 police to attend security training 297/2016 as of 15 November, in order to protect local people from various forms of crimes. Those new members will be assigned security duty across the state after the fourmonth course.
Pol Brig-Gen Thura San Lwin, the chief of the No. 1 BorderGuard Police Force, said every Rakhine national wishing to protect their state will have a chance to become part of the local armed police.
Healthy Rakhine women and wives of the members of Rakhine State Police Force have also received basic military training 1/2016.
Ref; The Global New Light of Myanmar

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