Addu City, Maldives – The National College of Policing and Law Enforcement based in Addu City held a number of meetings with relevant stakeholders on Monday.
The recently inaugurated college management met with stakeholders of Addu City for future collaboration in training and academic-related programs earlier today, including Addu City Council, Addu Equatorial Hospital (AEH) and Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC).
Commissioner of Police Mohamed Hameed earlier stated that the College will be a regional training hub, adding that the doors of the college would always be open in the fields of education and research work.
The National College of Policing and Law Enforcement is being developed under the assistance of the Indian government with the official inauguration taking place in March 2022.
Upon completion, the complex will have modern accommodation blocks, a medical clinic, a PT ground, a helipad, a training centre, a gym which can accommodate 800 people, as well as a football ground and a basketball ground. Additionally, it will also be equipped with a 400 metre track, an auditorium which can fit 340 people and eight classrooms which can fit 40 people each.