As the Rwanda National Police continues to build its capacity, sixty Police officers have enrolled in training to improve their skills on how to use the Exhibit and Fines Software Management Systems.
The three-day course is being held at the Ethics Centre at Rwanda National Police (RNP) General headquarters in Kacyiru.
The beneficiaries are officers from the Traffic and Road Safety department attached to the District Police Units (DPUs).
The Director of Traffic, Fines and Exhibits, Senior Superintendent (SSP), Gerard Mpayimana said this will also improve the quality of services offered.
Participants will get skills on how to detect forged documents, record exhibits and fines electronically, as well as fighting fraudulent deeds, among others.
“Electronic data keeping and recording will make trainees work professionally by providing quick and quality services to the public,” SSP Mpayimana said.