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Wednesday, 12 March, 2014

Community Policing Committees undergo training

The fifth training phase of Community Policing Committees (CPCs) kicked off on March 12 at Rwanda Peace and online viagra Leadership Centre in Nkumba, Burera district as Rwanda National Police (RNP) continues to capacitate them to ensure maximum security in communities.

About 500 members of CPCs from different parts of the country, who include 22 females, are taking part in the two-weeks training organized by RNP and National Itorero Commission.

Participants will be given more skills on how to fight and buy viagra no prescription online prevent crimes, how to manage and cialis dosagem handle conflicts, government development programmes and buy now viagra their role in ensuring sustainable security and discount cialis development.

They will also be taken through how best CPCs can work with other organs, the Ndi Umunyarwanda concept, how to fight gender violence and free trial of cialis protecting rights of children.

The Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) in charge of Administration and buy cialis professional Personnel, Stanley Nsabimana, while officially opening the training, told participants to utilize this chance for the good of their communities and cialis professional no prescription the country in general.

He challenged them to own Ndi Umunyarwanda concept to fight hatred and viagra tablet unite Rwandans in their localities.

“Lead by example and brand name cialis overnight be catalysts of change in insuring safety and buy propecia no prescription security of people living in Rwanda and viagra china their property,” he said.

Marie Josée Twizeyeyezu, the Commissioner in charge of Volunteerism in National Itorero Commission urged trainees to take the course seriously to enable them to fulfill their tasks effectively.

“I expect to get more skills from this training which will enable me fulfill my routine tasks like fighting drug abuse and domestic violence,” Laurence Mukansanga, the head of CPC in Kicukiro district, said.

Another participant, Jean Louis Barikage, said learning is a continuous process.

“I have no doubt I will get more skills during this training which will help to strengthen security in our community,” Barikage, who is Umunyinya village leader, said.