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CAR Prime Minister recognizes Rwandan Police peacekeepers

The Prime Minister of Central African Republic (CAR), Felix Moloua awarded certificates to officers of Rwanda Protection Support Unit (RWAPSU) in recognition of their professional and dedicated service to ensure his security.

The ceremony to award certificates was held on Tuesday, May 16, at the Prime Minister's offices in the capital Bangui.

The Prime Minister thanked the government of Rwanda for its "willingness to help Central African Republic in its reconstruction process." Read more...

Media plays key role in road safety, DIGP Sano

The Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) in charge of Operations, Vincent Sano said that the media plays a crucial role in raising awareness about road safety, educating the public, and advocating for policies that can reduce the incidence of road crashes.

The Deputy Police Chief made the remarks on Thursday, May 18, while opening a two-day dialogue on road safety communication and reporting, at the RNP General Headquarters in Kacyiru.

The dialogue with media practitioners organized in partnership with Health People Rwanda (HPR) and Rwanda Media Commission (RMC); was organized in the framework of the 7th UN Global Road Safety Week, which started on May 15.

The biennial event is held under the theme, "Sustainable Transport: Rethink Mobility."   Read more...

Police senior command students in Botswana for external study tour

The Police Senior Command and Staff Course (PSCSC) students started a week-long external study tour in Botswana on Monday, May 15, as part of the one year academic programme at the National Police College (NPC) in Musanze District.

Thirty-five law enforcement officers from 10 African countries are part of the 11th PSCSC intake. The Police students are from Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Lesotho, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Rwanda.

The external study tour is held under the theme: "Socio-economic development, good governance and justice as pillars of sustainable peace and security."  Read more...

Journalists discuss measures to promote road safety

Media practitioners highlighted practices that cause fatal road crashes and pledged to add their voices in promoting behaviors that influence safer road usage.

This is one of the resolutions that were adopted on Friday, May 19, at the end of the two-day dialogue on road safety communication and reporting.

Speeding, distracted driving, using a phone, violating zebra crossing, drunk driving and putting children in front seats were highlighted among major risky practices by road users.   Read more...

UNITAR course starts at Police Training School

Twenty Police officers, on Monday, May 15, started a two-week UN Training of Trainers course at the Police Training School (PTS) Gishari in Rwamagana District.

The course on peacekeeping is conducted by Rwanda National Police (RNP) in partnership with the the UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR).  Read more...