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200 Burundi Cops Arrive In Rwanda

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A contingent of 200 police officers from Burundi Police Force arrived in the country on Sunday to undergo a peacekeeping pre-deployment orientation course.

The four-month intensive course will be held at the Police Training School-based Peace Support Operation Centre in Gishari in Rwamagana District, where other two Rwandan police contingents are undergoing pre-deployment training.

The course is organized and conducted by Rwanda National Police (RNP).

The officers under Formed Police Unit (FPU), who include 18 females, were received at Nemba border, by CSP Vincent Sano, the Acting Commissioner for Human Resource management and Development (HRM&D), before heading to Gishari.

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At the Police Training School (PTS), the contingent headed by OPC1, Victor Segasago, was received by the school Commandant, Commissioner of Police (CP) John Bosco Kabera, who introduced them to the course.

“The course is in line with the agreement between Rwanda and Burundi Police Forces, which include training,” CP Kabera said in an interview.

The agreement between the forces signed in June 2011; also include joint operations, tracking down criminals, anti-GBV and exchange of best practices.

The officers are being prepared to be deployed under African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) where they will provide humanitarian assistance and security of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), crowd control and provide security to VIP personnel among other peacekeeping duties.

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