Turkey trains over 800 policemen from 15 countries

The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency said the program included officers from Afghanistan, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Palestine.

Turkey trains over 800 policemen from 15 countries
World Bulletin / News Desk
 
 Turkey offered vocational training program to over 800 police officers from 15 countries in 2014, a government agency revealed Friday.

According to the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency, the program included police officers from Afghanistan, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Azerbaijan and Palestine among many other countries.

The government agency began the "international police training cooperation project" in cooperation with Turkey’s Security General Directorate in 2007. 

Turkish police officials shared their professional knowledge and experience with their foreign colleagues.

The training courses included fight against terrorism, cybercrime, murder inquiry, defending tactics, responding to public disturbance, fighting against robbery and electronic intelligence. The participants expressed their satisfaction with the training program and called on the government agency to extend the project.

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