DIGP Munyuza roots for quality service as 30 Police officers complete fire fighting course

Trainees in a group photo with DIGP Dan Munyuza, Commissioners and Senior Police officers, and trainers (Photo: RNP Media Center)

The Deputy Inspector General of Police (DGIP) in charge of Operations, Dan Munyuza, has challenged Police officers to use their skills and knowledge to fight and investigate fires to avoid the likely loss of lives and property.
DIGP Munyuza made the call on November 26 while presiding over the closing of a ten-day “Fire and Arson Investigation” course held at the RNP’s Ethics Centre in Kacyiru.
The course was attended by thirty Police officers attached to CID, Fire and Rescue Unit and Kigali Forensics Laboratory (KFL).
”Fire is a threat to the national economy. It claim lives, destroys properties and environment,” the DIGP said.
He urged them to exhibit professionalism, put to use the acquired skills and knowledge and love their work to effectively execute their tasks.
He also thanked trainers for conducting the course effectively.
The course, which included theory and practical lessons was organised to enhance the officers’ capabilities in fighting and investigating fire cases.
Senior Superintendent (SSP), Jean de Dieu Gashiramanga, the Commandant of Fire and Rescue Unit said the course broadened the officers in dealing with fare cases.

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