THE five days training programme on Forensic Management of Crime Scene which commenced on October 16, 2017 ended today, Friday October 20. 2017.
Speaking at the closing, Ibrahim Idriss, inspector-general of Police represented by Emanuel Inyang, deputy inspector general, Training and Development, said the training programme occupied a very prominent place in the training calendar and programmes of the Nigeria Police in year 2017.
“It is my sincere hope that the course participants drawn from the Nigeria Police, the Department of State Services, DSS, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC have benefited Immensely from the wealth of experience of the Spanish instructors who were on hand to deliver their expert knowledge and skills in Forensic and Crime Scene Management during the one week training programme.
“I, therefore, urge the participants to take the newly acquired knowledge and skills of this training back to their respective offices and Departments and apply same effectively in their routine investigation activities. Let me also emphasise and advise that as trained Personnel you should not hesitate to create avenues at the slightest opportunity and advocate for the training of other officers in Forensic Management of Crime Scene as this will enhance capacity building of officers at all level of professionalism.
“I also seize this opportunity to express my profound gratitude to our technical cooperation partners, the Spanish Ministry of Interior and the Embassy of Spain in Nigeria, the Spanish National Police and all the Facilitators of this training programme for the rare sacrifice they offer to make this training programme successful.”
– Oct 20, 2017 @ 18:57 GMT |