After 20 weeks of training at the Kosovo Academy for the Public Safety (KAPS), 133 new cadets of the Kosovo Police graduated. Among the graduates are 13 females and 17 members from minority communities.
Interior Minister Bajram Rexhepi, said that just graduated police officers will be charged with new tasks and responsibilities for maintaining peace and order for all citizens of Kosovo, as the Kosovo...
Interior Minister Bajram Rexhepi, said that just graduated police officers will be charged with new tasks and responsibilities for maintaining peace and order for all citizens of Kosovo, as the Kosovo Police is among the most advanced institutions in the country.
"Police work is evaluated among the most dangerous jobs. Our joint work and overcoming of challenges certainly require sacrifice, but it is always paid off and in this case, the KP is the best argument that these sacrifices and hardships are being paid off with great achievements and support by the citizens of Kosovo," said Rexhepi.
Minister Rexhepi said that Kosovo's Academy with the support of OSCE, ICITAP and European Commission will be a good example for the entire region and wider, in terms of training and education of Police members.
Whereas, the General Director of Police of Kosovo, Shpend Maxhuni , said that the Kosovo Police will continue to be committed of being professional, developed and modern, towards meeting its goals that are fighting the organized crime, corruption, economy entirely informal, and advance and control of cross-border security.
General Director of Kosovo Academy for Public Safety, Ismail Smakiqi, after having congratulated the cadets for their graduation, said that police officers will face with successes and challenges during performance of duty.