Addu City, Maldives – With the work of the newly inaugurated National College of Policing and Law Enforcement, the future holds modernised and improved policing services in the country, said Minister of Home Affairs Imran Abdullah today.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the college held in Addu, Minister Imran said that with the use of these facilities provided by Indian aid, the services provided by Maldives Police Service to the public would be reinforced and thanked India for providing such an assistance.
So far the biggest obstacle for Maldivian Police was the lack of an own training centre for the officers. With the grace of God, the opening of this academy will put such obstacles in the past.Home Minister Imran Abdullah, 2022
The Minister also stated that this facility will not only be used by Police, but other law enforcement authorities as well to work collaboratively in implementing the legislations of the country.
“The collaborative training of all law enforcement authorities of the country is one of the most important roads to ensuring the protection of the country and its people,” the Minister said.